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Pemethrin 6 Ounces
Used on clothing, permethrin is an odorless, biodegradable insecticide that is non-toxic to humans. It is extremely effective against ticks, mosquitoes, and many other biting pests. Unlike DEET, it won't soften plastics or discolor clothing. One treatment lasts up to six weeks (may last longer if clothing is stored in a plastic bag between use) Kills or repels bed bugs, lice, ticks, mosquitoes, and biting flies. Can also be used to treat your tent, screen house, bug nets, or hotel bed.
Odorless, biodegradable insecticide
Non-toxic to humans & Helps Repel Bed Bugs.
Extremely effective against ticks, mosquitoes, and many other biting pests
Unlike DEET, it won't soften plastics or discolor clothing
Can also be used to treat your tent, screen house, bug nets, or hotel bed
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10 of 10 found the following review helpful:
It worksJan 01, 2009
By Russell K. Komoda
I treated my clothes for a hunting trip to South Africa. I
had no tick bites at all. I found one tick climbing up my pants leg and watched it fall off dead. Stuff works.
6 of 7 found the following review helpful:
Buy it at REI for half the priceOct 27, 2009
This is a fine product but it's way overpriced here. Search the REI website and find the same product for $7, or find it for less than that with Chinook Medicine.
greatFeb 09, 2013
By Krishna Kusumba
I bought this first time for my camping trip, we sprayed it on tent doors to keep bugs out while opening/closing doors, it seems like it worked great as we didn't see one bug in the tent....
Used for traveling around PeruJul 01, 2012
By Mallory E. Dorman
Used this product to treat some clothes for our 2 1/2 week trip trecking through Peru. I was able to cover three pairs of pants and three shirts with one bottle. The bottle is a little bulky, so we opted to use it on our clothes before heading out instead of bringing it with us. We had been worried about people saying they got bit by sand flies while at Machu Picchu but we had no problems:)
pack in your suitcase, not your carry onJun 10, 2012
I purchased this item to go on a trip. Unfortunately i wasn't allowed to put it in my carry on bag. I didn't expect it to be so big when i ordered it. I would recommend getting something less bulky, especially for traveling.