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Disclaimer

DEET

Insect Repellers

Insect repellents containing various concentrations of DEET DEET(N,N-diethyl-meta-toluamide) can be safely used to repel biting insects such as: 
deer flies, horse flies, stable flies, mosquitoes and ticks, including ticks carrying Lyme Disease.

Deet is one of the most popular active ingredients used for repelling certain insects and can be used (in some formulations) on exposed skin.
Sawyer Maxi DEET contains 95% active ingredients and is packaged in a convenient 2 ounce pump bottle.
To repel ticks from your clothing while hiking, hunting or have any outdoor activity where tick populations are expected, spray your clothes with Clothing Tick Repellent Aerosol Spray.

Order DEET

DEET was developed and patented by the U.S. Army in 1946 for use by military personnel in insect infested areas. DEET was Recognized as one of the few products effective against mosquitoes and biting flies, DEET  was registered for use by the general public in 1957.  Today, DEET is the most widely used insect repellent.  Most DEET products are registered for human use; there are a few products registered for veterinary uses.

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