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BugPellent Natural Solid Insect Repellent

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BugPellent Natural Solid Insect Repellent

$15.26

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Product Summary:

BugPellent

BugPellent™ is a natural, safe, and continuous insect repellent that passively emits vapors that are safe for humans and animals. Contains only natural essential oil and waxes, including 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 and providing 'time-released' protection. Hang BugPellent™ in a barn, carriage house, garage, patio, or deck area. Pleasant vapor release repels flies and other insects.

Features:

  • Replaces whole barn spray systems, which expose people and animals to toxic chemicals
  • Covers up to 4,000 cubic feet
  • Releases a pleasant aroma
  • Contains no pyrethrins, pyrethrums, or pyrethoids
  • Contains only natural essential oil and organic waxes
  • Does not require batteries or an electrical outlet; works continuously for up to two months

Directions for use:

  • Use one BugPellent for approximately every 4,000 cubic feet of indoor space
  • Identify areas that need protection from biting flies and other flying insects or ticks
  • Hang the BugPellent from a beam or other structure centrally located in a designated area that will enable proper air flow; may be located in or near a stall
  • Place tubes at least 6 ft. inside barn entry ways to ensure flying insects are able to escape
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not sure it worked
KIM L on Oct 30, 2016
I have two in my 2 stall barn and may put up another. The problem is flies are closer to the ground (legs)and I'm not sure if this product is effective but it sure smells great.
ELAINE R on Aug 10, 2015
trying a natural approach to fly repellent
MARGARET M on Dec 12, 2015
I use these at my barn and have eliminated my fly problems. Getting this one to use when I am horse camping in my LQ trailer.
Two T on May 19, 2015
Is this product safe for birds?
A shopper on Sep 21, 2015
Best Answer: We have these hanging above our horse feeders (outdoor corral area) and have no problems with them. We have lots of birds in our yard too, and have not seen the birds anywhere near them, nor ever any dead birds. The scent is pleasant and I believe it's more of a (bug/fly) deterrent, not a chemical pesticide. Hope that helps.
Reply · Report · Julie on Sep 21, 2015
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Does this work for ants?
Ivy L on Sep 8, 2016
Best Answer: I'm not sure if it does or not as I hung it up in my tack room in my barn to keep the wasps at bay. It worked ok but didn't keep the wasps out completely and there were spiders around so I doubt it would work on ants.
Reply · Report · Bonny P on Sep 8, 2016
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what about gnats or no seems I live in florida ?
A shopper on Aug 18, 2016
Best Answer: I don't have either of those bugs in my barn that I am aware of. I like these and I also have fans running. I use to spray walls down with permethrin but have not done that this year. Pleasant smell too. Another trick I do is sprinkle diametaceous earth around the shavings where the horses use the bathroom after cleaning. Hope that helps. I really don't know about no seems. .
Reply · Report · Carolyn B on Aug 26, 2016
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