Pyranha Equine Spray & Wipe Insect Horse Repellent

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Description

Shoo flies—and ticks, mosquitoes and gnats! This Equine Spray & Wipe Insect Horse Repellent helps provide protection against insects that love to pest your mane partner. A water-based repellent, it’s formulated to repel not just insects, but also dust and grime. Designed to be effective for up to 30 days, simply spray or wipe on body with a sponge—and watch your horse enjoy the outdoors a little more than before!

Key Benefits
  • Helps repel and kill flies, ticks, mosquitoes and gnats.
  • Water-based formula doesn’t attract dust and grime.
  • Can be applied as a spray or wiped on body with a sponge.
  • Formula is designed to be effective up to 30 days.
  • Made in the USA.
Precautions

Keep out reach of children

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  • Item Number
    205877
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • Material
    Plastic
  • Product Form
    Spray
Ingredients

Pyrethrin Based, Permethrin

Instructions

FOR USE ON HORSES. USE FULL STRENGTH: This non-oily insecticide/repellent may be applied with a spray application or as a wipe. DIRECTIONS FOR WIPE-ON USE: Thoroughly brush horse to remove excess dirt and dust. Extremely dirty horses should be shampooed, rinsed, and allowed to dry before applying wipe. Use a sponge or clean, soft cloth or mitt. Apply liberally (1 -2 ounces) over areas to be protected. Pay special attention to legs, belly, shoulders, neck, and facial areas. Avoid eyes and mucous membranes. DIRECTIONS FOR SPRAY USE: Remove excess dirt and dust. Apply 1-2 ounce as a light spray mist to coat while brushing lightly against lay of the hair. Avoid spray in eyes and mucous membranes. Apply with sponge or soft cloth to those areas. Reapply in 10-14 days or as needed to maintain control. Reapply after animal is washed, has had excessive sweating or if exposed to heavy rain.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    waste of money

    By mike on Sep 18, 2021

    this water base blue gallon does not work period sprayed it on a huge group of flyies they crawled around and flew off the yellow bottle gallon worked not the spray bottles they leak get a good sprayer and yellow oil base gallon it worked

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Works the best!

    By Steph on Jun 8, 2021

    It doesn’t smell of the greatest, but it really does work the best. We live near a swampy area & the mosquitoes and other biting insects are terrible. This works so much better than any other fly spray I have ever tried! And trust me you’ll get used to the smell once you realize how well it works!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Best I've found

    By DebK on Apr 9, 2021

    My gelding is American Paint & his skin is very, very pink. I swear he's a magnet for every kind of bug. I've tried many kinds of sprays & after he contracted lymes disease, I decided to try this sense it claims to work for ticks. It's the only one that keeps bugs off him, including ticks!

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Fly attractant?

    By Abzeez on Aug 21, 2020

    Flies were landing on my horse while I was applying this, and immediately after I applied he was still covered in flies. I’d say this works as well as water.

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