First Saturday Lime Monthly Pet Insect Repellent, 5-lb bag
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About This Item
- Fights annoying pests like fleas, ticks, ants, gnats, bugs that bite, bugs in gardens, wood-boring insects and more.
- Simply sprinkle the repellent around your home, on your lawn or even on still water to help prevent algae from growing and to combat mosquitos.
- Can be used inside your pet’s bedding as an antimicrobial to fight mites, lice and bacteria that causes foul odor.
- Eco-friendly formula made without toxic chemicals.
- Lab-proven and field-tested to repel bugs.
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18 Customer Reviews
I see bad reviews. It's more like these people have no common sense to keep the order downyou must first clean your coop then add this amazing stuff. As for ticks and fleas. Well if your oets are not treated first there's your big problem protect your pets with flea and tick meds then get a dust spreader. It's like a hand pump and spread the the lime all over your property. If ticks and fleas are in your house spring clean your home after you bug boom it make sure your pets are out of house and in a safe place for 5 hours before letting them back in. So 1 Saturday lime your yard. 2 get your pets tick and flea meds protected. 3 bug boom your home. 4 clean coop then add Saturday lime. 5 Have a tick and flea free zone.
No smell in my coop
I have chickens and ducks and very Surprised that even with how hot it’s been and over a month and barley any smell in my coop. So far no pest except maybe some ants here and there but going to try using lime to paint the wood because I hear this works
Had tried everything in my basement, this completely solved the problem in 3 days! Excellent and will continue to buy!
Best Product with Chickens EVER.
I have chickens, and do not use DE for respiratory reasons. I was worried when I found this product, but this is NOT silica based. My chicken's coop stays drier, less smelly, and has no issues with mites, etc. No respiratory issues -- and my flock even likes to dust bathe in it. I also use it in my dog's run to keep fleas and ticks away with the added benefit that it takes away odors. This product does not cut up his paws or cause any sneezing, etc. Other uses include in the yard, to keep algae off my deck, on our compost, to get rid of mold in out buildings -- the uses are endless. It is different than regular garden lime (safe but impure, diluted, and often ineffective) or hydrated lime which is way too strong and can cause chemical burns (like barn or quarry lime). The FDA lists the ingredients as GRAS (Generally Recognized As Safe). There are no known hazards with it, and it's approved for organic gardening and for food handling and preparation surfaces. It works great in the garden (including flowers!) for slugs/snails and grubs. I do wear a mask when mixing or spreading over large areas -- just because I am overly cautious. I have been tempted to use it my attic for stink bugs (it works great on these outside) -- but I haven't because it's made for outside. This stuff is AMAZING -- it works better than anything I have ever used, and has had no negative effects on my chicken friends.
This stuff works instantly! Great product for my chicken coop and garen
Dont know if it works
The bag that i ordered had a hole in it and it was everywhere in the box so i had to throw it away
Chewy never disappoints, always fast shipping! Great product, safe for my chicken coop
First Saturday Lime
I love this product. I had flies and ants in the chicken coop, spread a thin layer of First Saturday Lime inside the coop and around the edges of the run and now the ants are gone and there are very few flies. It definitely helps with the coop smell as well.
Works for a few days
I had high hopes for this since I’ve been seeing their ad all over Facebook. When I saw that it was on chewy, I was hella excited to give it a shot since I’d be ordering from a website that I’m comfortable with. Anyway, I spread it around my house and my chicken coop. It worked for a few days. Saw a drastic reduction in insects. Every 3-4 days I notice more bugs appearing. Then it’s like I never used the stuff. I just wish it lasted longer. I probably won’t purchase it again
Not what I was needing... Fleas are still hanging around after a week :(
I should have read the description a bit better as it states that it is a deterrent not a preventative.. I hate Fleas! They are such invasive creatures... can't seem to get rid of them with natural methods so I guess it is time to call the exterminator? So sad!!