CS Country Vet Mosquito & Fly Spray Refill 12 Pack

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CS Country Vet Mosquito & Fly Spray Refill 12 Pack


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Product Summary:

Country Vet® Mosquito and Fly Spray 12-Pack
Please Note: This product is undergoing a rolling label change so product received may look different than pictured.
Mosquito & Fly Spray contains 1.76% of pyrethrins. Contains no CFCs. EPA registered and ASDA authorized. Lasts up to 30 days.

Do not use in nurseries or rooms where infants, ill, or aged persons are confined. Do not use within 12 feet of any food handling or dispensing area. Foods should be covered or removed to prevent contamination.

Due to Federal Regulations, this item can only be shipped using Value Ground.
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Used and like very much
Betty D on May 18, 2017
This product works, and keeps my barns mosquito free in SE Texas
SYLVIA G on Mar 15, 2017
I have used the last 20 years in the barn, I now use on my patio.
Johanna R on Apr 20, 2017
Refills for our Fly Control Kit.
JACQUELINE P on Apr 26, 2016
Are all these refills cross-compatible and 6.4 oz?
A shopper on Jun 17, 2014
Best Answer: I've been using the spray for a couple of years now. I live in the country and have them placed in "living" areas around the perimeter of the house - garage, screen room, front and back porch to keep the mosquitoes, flies and gnats at bay. With those flying varmints gone, no spider webs either to deal with! They are very effective and yes, the various product containers do fit the housing. They are all the same size as well, not sure about the 6.4 oz, I've never looked at the can for that information.
Reply · Report · RUTH W on Jun 17, 2014
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will this fir in a 3000 dispenser??
A shopper on Jun 23, 2014
Best Answer: I'm sorry I don't know where the 3000 dispenser is the dispenser I use is made by the same company and doesn't appear to have a number on it I do love the product
Reply · Report · LISA C on Jun 23, 2014
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I'm not sure you got my last question. I submitted a question about being used in an event center around food. Does it matter if it was sprayed hours before the event?
Shawn S on Oct 4, 2015
Best Answer: we have them in several places outside where there is food during BBQ we have hand no problem however the spay does not spray directly on the food. Other than thank it will work really well with you if it is not really windy.
Reply · Report · Lisa t on Oct 4, 2015
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I submitted a question about it being used in a event center. What about spraying hours before the event?
Shawn S on Oct 4, 2015
Best Answer: I use them in individual stalls of a boarding facility. They work great and really keep the flies down. Occasionally a horse will mess with them if they are within reach and they do not stand up well to that abuse.
Reply · Report · LISA C on Oct 12, 2015
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Does anyone know why the spray housing would quit working? When I go to change the batteries and product, the can is still full. This has happened two months in a row.
RUTH W on Jun 17, 2014
Best Answer: Assuming that the can and batteries are installed correctly and the power switch is turned on, if this has happened with two consecutive refills, it would seem that the dispenser has become inoperative.
I have occasionally encountered spray nozzles that were too stiff to be triggered by the dispenser, but two in a row seems unlikely, unless you tried to use the same refill both times. In that case, I recommend trying a different can.
When replacing a can the spray is usually triggered shortly after turning on the power switch, providing confirmation that the unit is working.
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