|Top Ingredients||Pyrethrins, Piperonyl Butoxide, Technical, Butoxypolyproplene Glycol.||Active Ingredients: Pyrethrins, Piperonyl Butoxide & Butoxpolypropylene Glycol....||Prallethrin, Piperonyl Butoxide.||Cypermethrin, Pyrethrins, Piperonyl Butoxide...||Citronella Oil, Cedarwood Oil, Eucalyptus Oil, Other Ingredients.|
|Health Feature||Skin & Coat Health||Pest Control||Pest Control||Pest Control||Pest Control|
I’ve had horse for over 30 yrs and have used this fly spray the most. We always come back to Wipe. It works the best and it my farrier favorite too!!
I found that spraying my donkeys legs with this once or twice a day helps reduce the flies they periodically attract and also gives a slight shine to that area of their coat.
My horses are allergic to all fly sprays except this one. It does an amazing job at keeping the flies away.
Very disappointed. It gave my mare a huge allergic reaction with giant swollen hives all over the areas sprayed with this product. I will never buy it again.
I used this on my horses when I had them as a child now I just have boxer dogs and chickens. I bought this for my boxers with great success it works just as good as I remembered Easy to apply and keeps the black flies and nats off my babies for the whole day I'm very pleased with it and so are my dogs.
It kept the flies off but I could barely breathe the smell is so strong.
Have used this product on my horse for the last year and a half and it does a GREAT job. I spray it on a soft cloth to do her face with, but can spray it directly on her, against her hair and rub in with the cloth. Keeps flies off for quite awhile. Makes her very happy!!
Helped a little keeping the fly problem away! Stayed on a lot longer.
Have used wipe for many, many years. Smells good. Keeps bugs away. Nothing better for longlasting protection on my boy.
Having horse for years and trying every fly spray out there it seems. I always come back to this one " wipe ll " Its by far the best out there and last the longest. Make sure its the Wipe ll with the citronella.