Cedarcide Natures Defender Insect Repellent Spray (I.R.S)
Your Price: From $29.95 to $99.95
Manufacturer: Cedar Oil Industries
Manufacturer Part No: 531
Natures Defender I.R.S.
Indoor / Outdoor Insect Control and Mildew Retardant.
Natures Defender Insect Repellent Spray
has a pleasant cedar aroma makes
bugs stay away. It will kill and repel ALOT of insects, from Mosquitos
Very effective on Fleas
. It's a Chemical Free,
organic pest control
solution -- no need to wear gloves or a mask. Spray on
screens, carpet or anywhere the pests are residing.
Spray in cracks, crevices where insects reside and lay thier eggs. Dries invisible
and grease free. Disolves insect egg and larve. Spray in the cupboards, along baseboards and
on window or door sills.
Apply with a trigger or compression type garden sprayer. Will not stain carpet or
furniture. Formulated with PCO Choice concentrate
that is used by Pest
Control Operators Worldwide.
Use it as a refill for your trigger or pump up sprayer or Cold Fogger Machine. Can
be diluted 3:1 if desired or use it full strength for longer lasting results.
Natures Defender IRS
has no effect on Beneficial Insects such as Lady Bugs
Solve your pest problems
with this product from Parsons pest control today!
Comes in 3 Sizes: GALLON, 32oz, or 16oz bottles.
3% Cedar Oil
97% Ethyl Lactate
All Cedarcide / Nature's Defender products
are classified as green pest control products
MSDS Cedarcide nocdown3msds1 (contact parsonsinfo@parsonspestcontrol for copy of MSDS )
7/18/2010 3:43 PM
We used the best yet personal inscest repellant during a mission trip to Belize. I was afraid to take my seven year old daughter to the jungles of Belize because mosquitos love her. Every testimony I read about people visiting Belize warned about mosquitos and sand fleas causing illnesses and infection or causing scarring of the skin. People said they had tried everything from skin so soft to highly concentrated forms of deet and were still bitten. I didn't want to drench my child in chemical.
The first time we went without our children and I used best yet and didn't receive one bite so the next time we took our three children and best yet worked great we were in rural areas near jungles and no mosquitos bites. We were also on the beaches and were not bothered by sandfleas. We were there in March the first trip and early June the second. Sandfleas are reported to be a major problem for tourist during the months of June through August and mosquitos through out the year with the worst times being from June through December or so.We will go again but I wouldn't consider going without cedarcides best yet personal repellant.