Nature-Cide® Flea & Tick Insecticide – 32 oz

This All-Purpose Insecticide is a non-hazardous and non-flammable spray that kills fleas and ticks, and their eggs on contact. Apply to pet beds, pet resting areas, nearby cracks and crevices, and floors around pet activity. Thoroughly treat areas where pets or wild animals rest.
$19.95 In stock

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Features

Features

Works Instantly

Fleas begin to die off immediately, and are completely gone within moments.

Safe & Eco-Friendly

This entire product line is made from 100% natural ingredients, and there are no known health risks to humans, animals or the environment when this product is used as directed.

Additional Features

Use Indoors and Outdoors

Nature-Cide Flea & Tick Spray is non-staining, non-hazardous and non-flammable. It has a pleasant scent and dries up clear without any staining or residue.

Multiple Formulations for Every Need

Chose from All Purpose Spray, All Purpose Aerosol, Flea & Tick Spray, Outdoor Insecticide Spray, or a Personal Insect Repellent Spray.

Where to Use It

Read entire label prior to use; using as directed. Shake well before each use. Spray surfaces and pets from a distance of 8-12 inches, directly spraying listed pests whenever possible. Spray until wet, but not to the point of runoff.

Area Treatments

Adjust nozzle to 'spray' and apply product to pet beds, pet resting areas, nearby cracks and crevices, and floors around pet activity. Thoroughly treat areas where pets and wild animals rest.

Treating Your Pet Directly

Spray pets (older than 12 weeks of age), taking care to avoid animal's eyes, nose, mouth and genitalia and any open wounds or abrasions. Start by spraying the animal from the tail and working toward the torso. Make sure to treat the entire coat of the animal including legs, tail and underbody. Fluff the hair backward to help the spray penetrate through the coat and down to the skin. Repeat as necessary.

Pets may be treated indoors or outdoors. In order to help reduce the occurrence of fleas and ticks, this product is best if used year round. Sensitivities may occur after using ANY products for pets. If signs of sensitivity or irritatin occur, bathe your pet with mild soap and rinse with large amounts of water. If signs continue please consult your veterinarian. Also check with your Vet prior to using any flea product on medicated, debilitated, aged, pregnant or nursing animals.

Pet Beds & Nearby Walls
Furniture & Pillows
Any of your pet's favorite lounging areas

How It Works

Nature-Cide products are used in various settings around the world, including organic cultivation, hotels, school districts, hospitals, food plants, restaurants, farms, government facilities, public transportation, zoos and amusement parks. It is available in a variety of formulations to suit your individual needs.

The entire product line is made from 100% natural ingredients, and there are no known health risks to humans, animals or the environment when this product is used as directed. Based on over a decade of research, Nature-Cide is backed by licensed pest-management professionals as well as third-party laboratory testing. Please read all application directions carefully before use.

*For extra protection, you can use Nature-Cide Outdoor in addition to your Flea & Tick Spray. While the Flea & Tick spray is designed to kill on contact, the Outdoor formula will provide a lasting residual effect to treat larger outdoor areas up to 30 days.

90-Day Money-Back Guarantee

Risk free. Your problem will be solved within 90 days or we'll happily refund the product price.
Once opened, items are not returnable.

Video

Nature-Cide Flea & Tick Spray Demonstration

Details and Specs

Ingredients

Clove Oil, Cottonseed Oil, Glycerin, Myristic Acid, Soap & Water

Proven success with these pests

Ants (Pharoah, red imported and Argentine), Aphids, Bed Bugs, Beetles (Confused flour, cigarette, Colorado potato and Asian Lady), Boxelder Bugs, Brown Marmorated Stick Bugs, Caterpillars (Diamondback moths and beet army worms), Clothes Moths, Cockroaches (American, German, Oriental and smoky brown), Fleas (Cat flea adults and larvae), Flies (Blue Bottle and houseflies), Hornets, House Spiders, Mites (Poultry lice), Mosquitoes, Silver Leaf Whiteflies, Ticks (Brown dog), Yellow Jackets

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