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BugPellent Refill

$19.35
Regularly: $21.50
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BugPellent Refill

$19.35

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Product Summary:

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BugPellent Refills
 
BugPellent, a natural, safe and continuous Insect Repellent that passively emits vapors which are safe for Humans and Animals. Contains only natural essential oil and waxes(Cedar Oil, Rosemary Oil, Clove Oil, Citronella Oil, Peppermint Oil, Cinnamon Oil, Lemongrass Oil, Geraniol and Linseed Oil).  The oils are infused into natural organic wax beads and crumbles diffusing the oil out of the wax providing 'time released' protection.
 
Features:
  • Hang BugPellent in a barn, carriage house, shed, deck or patio to repel flies and other insects.
  • BugPellent does not require batteries or an electrical outlet.
  • Made in the U.S.A. 
Item Specifications:
 
Size:
Contains two refills
 

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Great to have a refill available.
KATHY S on Mar 3, 2017
to replace old ones currently in barn.
MARGARET M on Dec 12, 2015
Better value than buying new dispenser.
S T on Jun 8, 2016
The flies are really bad right now. I tried this product in the spring and it seemed to work but I wasn't sure. I thought it was time to give it another try at the end of the season. If it knocks down the population in the run-in shed, I'll be buying lots more come next fly season as my mare appears to be allergic to fly sprays!
STEPHANIE R on Sep 2, 2015
Need realistic video for emptying and refilling. I'm having a heck of time getting the container emptied and equal challenge trying to stuff a new one?
A shopper on Jul 31, 2016
Best Answer: Well I'm not good at "techie" stuff, but I can tell you that changing those little sticky pellets is no fun. My older pellets were fairly dry so I removed the lid and tapped the container on the side of the garbage can until they came out. I used a plastic bag and worked the new pellets into small lumps and slowly worked them into the container. I still ended up with hands that smelled of citronella. Sure am glad the pellets deter flies or it would not be worth the effort. Hope this helps.
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