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Flysect Citronella Spray

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Product Description
Lanolin, citronella oil, piperonyl butoxide, and natural pyrethrins are used in Flysect Citronella Spray to protect against insects and soothe animals.
Who is Flysect Citronella Spray for?
Why use Flysect Citronella Spray?
Flysect Citronella Spray protects your horse's hair from flies, allowing it to keep a lovely gloss after brushing.
How does Flysect Citronella Spray work?
Flysect Citronella Spray promotes a healthy coat while also providing pest protection. Mosquitoes, flies, and six types of gnats are all repelled and killed by it.
Farnam Companies, Inc.
Active Ingredients(s):
Pyrethrins 0.1% Piperonyl butoxide, technical* 1.0% Butoxypolypropylene glycol 15.0%
How is Flysect Citronella Spray sold?
32 oz. with sprayer and 128 oz/Gallon
What are the side effects of Flysect Citronella Spray?
No known side effects have been reported.
What special precautions are there?
Keep away from children and pets. Never store or use near open flame or heat. Not for dairy animal use.
What to do if overdose?
If overdose occurs, please contact your local pet hospital or emergency pet clinic immediately.
How can I store Flysect Citronella Spray?
Keep stored in original package.
Helpful Tips:
Flysect Citronella Spray is a coat conditioning and grooming aid product that works to repel and kill: Gnats Mosquitoes Deer Flies Horse Flies Face Flies House Flies Horn Flies Stable Flies
Wiping Instructions: 1) Remove any additional dirt or dust from the animal by brushing it. 2) Moisten but do not soak a soft cloth. 3) Apply a dampened cloth to the animal's hair. Apply the product in the opposite direction of hair growth. 3) Pay special attention to the legs, shoulders, shanks, neck, and face, which are all hotbeds for flies. 4) Brush out completely. 5) Do this every day or as required. 6) Use only a small quantity. Never use too much or get the animal's skin wet. For fast fly paralysis and subsequent death, spray a thin mist over and around stabled horses and on the stable area. Never use more than 2 ounces in a single application, and avoid wetting the skin. A daily application of 1 to 2 ounces per head is sufficient protection. This product can be applied with a soft cloth or sprayed with a thin mist.