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Sawyer Merchandise Premium Permethrin Clothes Insect Repellent

Sawyer Products Premium Permethrin Clothing Insect Repellent

  • Permethrin efficient towards the Yellow Fever Mosquito, which might transmit the Zika Virus
  • Permethrin insect-killing repellent in your clothes is efficient towards ticks, chiggers, mites and mosquitoes; as efficient as 100 p.c DEET
  • Household-friendly Managed Launch insect repellent system with 20% DEET; efficient towards ticks and all mosquitoes
  • Encapsulates DEET in a protein that dissolves slowly, releasing DEET over an extended time frame — as much as 11 hours
  • Permethrin lasts as much as 6 weeks (or 6 washings); won’t stain or injury clothes, materials, plastics, completed surfaces, or out of doors gear

To be used on clothes, tents, and different gear, Sawyer Premium Permethrin Clothes Insect Repellent not solely repels bugs, it really kill ticks, mosquitoes, chiggers, mites, and greater than 55 other forms of bugs on contact. It’s efficient towards the Aedes Aegypti (Yellow Fever Mosquito), which might transmit the Zika Virus.

Permethrin is odorless after drying and won’t stain or injury clothes, materials, plastics, completed surfaces, or any of your out of doors gear. Use it whereas trying to find an odorless method to shield your self from frequent bugs. The lively ingredient Permethrin is an artificial molecule much like pyrethrum which is taken from the Chrysanthemum flower.

A single utility lasts as much as six washings or as much as 40 days of solar publicity. Repellent ought to be utilized outside and earlier than clothes is worn; after it’s handled, cling clothes and let dry 2 hours (four hours in humid situations).

Sawyer Premium Permethrin is out there in 12- and 24-ounce set off spray bottles and as a 9-ounce aerosol spray. It is also accessible in a number of bundles, together with:

  • Sawyer Premium Insect Repellent with 20% Picaridin lotion and spray (additionally efficient towards the Yellow Fever Mosquito)
  • Sawyer Premium Managed Launch Insect Repellent lotion (a family-friendly system with 20% DEET that lasts as much as 11 hours)

Since 1984, Sawyer Merchandise has provided the very best, most technologically superior options for defense towards solar, bugs, water, and accidents — all the things from first help kits developed for wilderness to point-of-use water filters that filter contaminated water to ranges cleaner than U.S. bottled water.

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  • May 16, 2018 at 10:53 pm
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    749 of 767 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Worked fantastically with other prevention steps — ALMOST NO MOSQUITO BITES AFTER NINE DAYS IN THE JUNGLE!!!, June 1, 2016
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    AliPaliCdH (San Francisco Bay Area) –

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    I just came back from a nine-day trip deep into the Peruvian jungle — into the reserve part of Manu National Park. It was an incredible journey! Fantastic nature, and incredibly isolated and pristine (an area never disturbed, and still inhabited by non-contacted peoples). But ahead of time I was extremely nervous about mosquito bites, because twice in the last ten years or so I have been to the emergency clinic with dozens of bug bites and a very strong allergic reaction to them. I practically obsessed over what to do to prevent mosquito bites as much as possible, because I have had such a strong reaction to bug bites, and the jungle is certainly full of mosquitos and other biting insects!.

    I am very happy to say that everything that I did worked — I got very few bites, and I didn’t even notice them until I searched for them. Everyone else in our group got plenty of bites, and they were itching like crazy, but not me!!!

    Here is what I did and what I brought:

    1. I have a Peruvian friend who is a doctor. He told me to take Vitamin B complex every day for a week before the trip and every day in the jungle. I used these: Nature Made Super B Complex Tablets, Value Size, 360 Count

    2. I bought two bottles of this Permethrin spray and very carefully sprayed ALL of my clothing, carefully following the directions on the bottle. I sprayed all of my clothing at home in my garage, and then packed it all in these giant ziploc bags: Ziploc Big Bag Double Zipper, Large, 5-Count (by the way, those bags were great for packing everything and really helped to keep things from getting too damp in the 100% humidity jungle!). I sprayed the three pairs of hiking pants I brought, three long-sleeved shirts, all of my thick hiking socks, and my sunhat (both sides). I put extra spray at all openings – pant cuffs, shirt cuffs, and shirt button seams.While there I always tucked my pants legs into my socks. The tour company had suggested wearing a cotton t-short under long-sleeved shirts because the mosquitoes bite through clothing, but I never did that; I didn’t need to as I just didn’t get bites through the Permethrin-sprayed clothing. This stuff really worked, as I did not get bites through my Permethrin-treated clothing!

    3. I took the antihistamine Loratidine (generic for Claritin, this one: GoodSense Allergy Relief Loratadine Tablets, 10 mg, 30 Count Bottle) as a prophylactic every morning, to prevent my strong reaction to bites. This worked GREAT — I did get a few bites, as I could see the tiny red dots, but I didn’t feel anything at all from them! I took only enough for the days that I was in the jungle. In the two days in Cusco before returning to the US I started itching a little on a couple of bites. In hindsight I should have taken a few extra tablets to take in the next few days after the trip. (Another hint – some people get drowsy on this stuff; I tested it first at home before going on my trip. There are other OTC non-drowsy antihistamines you can try if this doesn’t work, like the generic for Zyrtec.)

    4. I bought DEET. In my paranoia about insect bites and my prior reaction to them, I bought several different versions of DEET — spray, wipes, and lotion, but I used only this spray, and only three times: Repel 94101 6-Ounce Sportsmen Max Insect Repellent 40-Percent DEET Pump Spray, Case Pack of 1. That bottle is plenty for lots of people; to minimize weight and volume in your pack you might even want to put it into a smaller travel-sized spray bottle. I sprayed the backs of my hands, and then wiped from the backs of my hands onto my neck, cheeks, and forehead.

    5. I had a mosquito head net that I purchased many years ago. Amazon has others but not the one that I have, so I can’t give a link. I used this only two or three times when the mosquitos were especially thick. I had sprayed this also with Permethrin before leaving home.

    6. I also brought with me an over the counter anti-itch creme (hydrocortisone), and a prescription-strength anti-itch creme (Clobetisol). I never used either one!!!!! But my travelling partners sure were happy that I had it so they could use it! I also had Sting Eze (

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  • May 16, 2018 at 11:09 pm
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    356 of 366 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Serious defense to prevent ticks, August 17, 2016
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    DesertMom (United States) –

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    Nearly two years ago, I got Lyme disease. It took such a long time to diagnose, I was left with permanent damage. I wouldn’t wish this experience on anyone. When I realized what was causing all my misery, I got very scared about my sons or my husband getting bitten by ticks. They camp often and hike in the mountains near us. They are outside most days, and knowing that I was bitten by a tick in that same area, I started researching the best insect sprays I could find. I came across this and bought it based on the reviews. I make sure my sons ALWAYS have this sprayed on the legs of their jeans when they go into the mountains, and it’s been sprayed on their tent, too. The spray is nice, much nicer than the aerosol ones that spray all over and half of it is blown away by the breeze. This stuff sticks to the clothes and stays there. It doesn’t stain, doesn’t smell, and the most important part is that it works. I haven’t seen a single tick (or any bug) on them since they’ve been using this spray. I still make sure they check themselves over each night for ticks, but this gives me peace of mind. Believe me when I say, Lyme is a nasty, horrible disease to have, and you don’t want it! This seems to be the best defense I can find to prevent ticks and still let my kids enjoy the outdoors.
  • May 16, 2018 at 11:44 pm
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    126 of 132 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Awesome stuff, June 27, 2016
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    Tammy

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    I hike with a wonderful lunatic in the New Jersey area who thinks nothing of it to take 3 or 4 “short cuts” through waist-deep, flowing, prickling, itching grass…places pretty much deemed tick central. I sprayed this stuff on my pack, pair of leggings, and hiking boots 2 weeks prior to my hike(everything but the tank top I was wearing) When it came time to exit tick land, (after trudging thru several of these spots each at least 15-minutes) all my hiking guys had ticks on them, one pulled about 7 off his legs…I had NOT ONE. I expected at least something on my shirt since it wasn’t treated even though my backpack was, nada…not one freaking creepy tick. I am so beyond impressed with this stuff.

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