|Top Ingredients||Active Ingredients: 5.7% Cedarwood Oil, 2.2% Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, 0.1% Sesame Oil....||Active Ingredients: 4.2% Cedarwood Oil, 2.2% Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, 1.5% Lemongrass Oil...||Active Ingredients: 4.2% Cedarwood Oil, 2.2% Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, 1.5% Rosemarry Oil...||Active Ingredients: 4.2% Cedarwood Oil, 2.2% Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, 1.5% Peppermint Oil...||Active Ingredients: 2-Phenethyl Propionate 5.00% Clove Oil 0.50% Rosemary Oil 0.50% Thyme Oil 0.25% Inert Ingredients 93.75% Total 100%, Inactive Ingredients: Deionized Water, Wintergreen Oil...|
I couldn’t figure out what I what I was seeing through my new house. I would see a spec here and there. Thought it was fuzz from my blanket. Fast forward to today, I picked up a couple on tape and ask pest Control who sprays my house regularly since I moved in. Anyway pest control thought carpet beetle. Lots of research later, yep carpet beetles. This spray not only stop my cat from ripping her hair out but is killing these things. Thank you. I don’t have to worry about my fur kids using this spray and it keeps more at bay then just killing carpet beetles!
Please don’t buy this product. It killed our beloved 10 year old cat last week. We are absolutely heartbroken
No way would I spray this on my dog. It smelled absolutely horrible I threw it in the trash
Odor takes getting use to but it does the trick.
I bought the smaller bottle as a "trial" itself, & while "(it) has performed adequately," the necessity of multiple sprayings/rubbings before the protection was up to an acceptable level & the bottle itself being of poor design - able to do any spraying from only 1 certain angle, making its application less than "smooth & by the numbers" - combine to make the product in this form not eligible for any top rating. But since it has worked, my dog having suffered in the last half of Sept. a *very* bad allergic dermatitis from "phantom" fleas (I never saw but the vet people evidently did) that required his right-side hindquarters to be shaved to the skin, which this product has eliminated - haven't had to apply any in the last week (11/20 today) - I both recommend it & advise a larger-size bottle, which I am definitely going to get myself; in my hound's case it is long-lasting & nontoxic. Happy Holidays & a better New Year to all, & may the (fleas not) be with you!"
My dog did not like the smell of the lemon grass scent. I regret ordering the cedar because it smells like body odor on clothes worn for a few days. Other scents, peppermint and rosemary, are toxic to dogs according to some online. I use products in conjunction with Frontline and spray it on furniture. Hopefully wondercide will come up with a nicer scent.
I was told by the previous owner of my new kitten that he is in risk for flea after applying revolution onto my cat we came to find that there’s 2 live fleas on him. After spaying SEVERAL times directly onto the flea it did not kill then at all. So even with direct contact it wouldn’t kill these pest there’s no way through the fur will.
Smells nice but they still bite. Smells nice but they still bite. Smells nice but they still bite.
I’ll keep it short and sweet. The smell is overbearing, my cat hates it. And then only repelled fleas for a day or so while the scent was strong. Once the scent dies down their back. I had high hopes for this. But ya, it’s trash. Don’t waste your money. Went with enforcer spray and can tell a huge difference already.
This stuff is pretty good. I don't feel like it keeps the fleas away for good but it definitely helps when I apply it to the carpets and furniture more than on my animals