August 12, 2011

Using a Portable Mist Stand for Cooling Pleasure

Cobra misting stands are easy to use.
Summer can be a daunting time of year with high temperatures. It really makes a person not want to go and enjoy the beautiful sun and get much needed vitamin D. Fortunately, personal misters are one excellent way to spend time outdoors during the summer without being overwhelmed by the heat.
One of the best portable misting systems out there is the flexible mist stand. Misting stands, which are also called cobra misters, attach easily to a standard garden water hose to provide endless cooling pleasure during the hot summer.
Flexible mist stands are portable.
Flexible misters not only reduce outdoor temperatures by up to 20 degrees Fahrenheit, they easily wrap around tree trunks, umbrella stands, chair arms and can even stand on their own.
Cobra personal misting systems are extremely portable. They can be coiled up and put in a bag or purse for easy transportation. Another great benefit of flexible portable mist systems is that they can be used anywhere that has a garden hose. Whether you are attending a neighborhood barbecue, family get-together or party in the park, you can use a viper mist stand as long as there is a watering hose available.
Misting stands are great for pets.
Misting stands are excellent to use at your own home as well. If you are barbecuing for the family or friends, working in the garden or sunbathing, having a portable mister is ideal.
They are even great for your pets when they are outside as well. If your dog or cat wants to lounge outdoors while you enjoy some sun rays, you can have a personal mist system for them too.
However you choose to use your portable misting stand, you cannot go wrong by having one at your house, in your car and carried with always to ensure a cooler, more pleasurable summer. Enjoy the summer more fully by spending time outdoors. You can do this with an Orbit personal misting system that is portable and simple to use.


Phil Goold is a retired landscaper of 30 years. He loves being outside more than anything else, except maybe pie. He enjoys connecting with other landscapers and gardeners because everyone brings something new and fun to the table. Connect with Phil on Twitter and Google+.

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