Permethrin Insect Repellent Spray For Your Clothing and How It Works
Permethrin spray insect repellent for clothing is great! I mean, really, it has worked very well for me. Repelling those pesky flying insects. Particularly those that bite!
--Since it’s that time of year again, I just put out all my insect repellants on the mud room shelf. Permethrin is front-and-center! Time for a re-post!--
I just wanted to give you a tip how to keep insects off your clothing and away from your body – such as ticks, mosquitoes, chiggers, ‘no-see-ums’, mites, and other nasties…
Permethrin is completely odorless after drying. It’s ideal for any outdoor activity like hiking, fishing, hunting, working outside, camping, you name it! Applying permethrin is pretty much standard operating procedure for me while outside during the summer months.
One treatment will last up to 6 weeks (or 6 washings)! It will not stain or damage clothing, fabrics, plastics, finished surfaces, or outdoor gear.
I have been using this insect repellent on my clothing for years with great success.
To learn more about Permethrin Insect Repellent, find the complete article written by Ken J. here.
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