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Sawyer Products Premium Permethrin Clothing Insect Repellent Trigger Spray


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24-Ounce
  • Odorless lotion
  • As effective as 100% DEET
  • Does not harm fabrics and finishes
  • Lasts up to 6 weeks or up to 6 washings
  • 24 ounce capacity treats up to 4 complete outfits

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  • ASIN: B00MA950E0
  • Item model number: SP649-P
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (650 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #74 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Sprayed our sock tops, pant legs, hats and shirt cuffs.
Don Jeane
This stuff works great against mosquitoes and ticks and is safe when dry but extreme care needs to be used when spraying it on your clothes.
Stephen J. Pearsall
This product has been a blessing as I work in woods infested with ticks because of a huge deer population.
Jan W. Smith

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

165 of 170 people found the following review helpful By Jan W. Smith on August 28, 2008
Style Name: 24-Ounce
This product has been a blessing as I work in woods infested with ticks because of a huge deer population. Just spray your clothing as instructed and you won't find ticks on your person anymore. This is the only product that has worked for me 100%!
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167 of 178 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 5, 2008
Style Name: 24-Ounce
I pretreated all the clothing I took with me to Haiti with this spray and had no problems with bugs the whole time. I would highly recommend this product to anyone going to areas where malaria would be an issue as well as highly bug inhabited places in the US. I wouldn't use this everyday, but for special occasions - it's a must have. Just make sure you wear gloves when applying and apply exactly as instructed.
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150 of 160 people found the following review helpful By stl1psu on December 15, 2011
Style Name: 24-Ounce Verified Purchase
2011 Pennsylvania deer season was unseasonably warm. The first week and a half had high's in the mid 50's. The ticks were extremely active. I treated all my hunting clothes with the Sawyer Premium repellent. My brother who hunted the same property, did not treat his clothes. In the first 3 days my brother picked over 100 ticks off his clothes. Myself on the other hand, did not find a single tick on any of my clothes the entire season. The ticks simply would not attach themselves to my clothes.

One day at lunchtime we were both back at our vehicles and he was picking ticks off his pants. I scraped one off his pantleg and while sitting down, placed it on my thigh to see what would happen. The tick crawled around in a circle for about 20 seconds then promptly flipped on it's back and died.

He was so impressed with the product, he purchased a bottle that evening, treated his clothes, and for the remainder of the season, he found no more ticks on his clothes.
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109 of 118 people found the following review helpful By Winter on August 12, 2010
Style Name: 24-Ounce
Buying a shirt or pair of slacks that has the bug repellent added will also add $20 per item to it price. Instead get a bottle of permethrin and dilute it and apply it with a small garden sprayer to saturate the clothes you want to take and then let them air dry. The higher the concentration the more washings before the permethrin is completely removed from your clothes. The Sawyer kit with the solution pre-diluted and the trigger spray is an easy way to go though the solution will only be good for 6 washings at most. This is more than adequate for use when traveling but not for clothing you will be wearing a good deal over a period of many weeks.

I used $10 worth of permethrin to treat all my clothing and my wife's for trips to Asia and Central America. With this approach you can pick the clothing you want to wear and treat it instead of being limited to what is sold by the travel sites. It also means you can treat socks and scarves as well as tops and pants. DEET is tough on clothing so it is better to use the permethrin solution on your clothing and only apply the DEET to your face, neck, hands, and feet.

My wife and I spent 2 weeks in Cambodia in the temple areas where the mosquitoes were thick in the air and during that entire time neither of us had a single mosquito bite. The permethrin also is effective for ticks, midges, chiggers, ants, and flys.

With the resistant malaria strains and Lyme disease and encephalitis concerns it is best to be proactive and permethrin sprayed onto clothing is an excellent first step.
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103 of 112 people found the following review helpful By Onlisound on June 15, 2010
Style Name: 24-Ounce
My impression is of a first class company and product. We are visiting Costa Rica with two little ones and had questions about whether this product could be safely used for children's clothing. I called the Sawyer company and was astounded that they took the time to not only speak with me, but to pass my question along to their top technical person who returned my call personally. He shared with me a wealth of information and could answer every question I posed (and many that I did not know to ask). The bottom line for using with children is a)as with all things, ask your pediatrician first and b) they told me they recommend using the aerosoul spray that is available as opposed to the pump if you do use on children's clothing as it will stay on outside surface of the clothing better where the pump spray will tend to soak through the material some. Plenty of other reviews go into general information and I won't repeat here. I was impressed with the wealth of research and extensive safety information that they have on the products they produce. What a great company, the likes of which you seldom see these days! I'll buy from them every time. Btw, they mentioned they also have a time released 20% deet repellent which reduces the amount of deet absorbed twenty fold; good to know if you're in a situation where you decide to use deet on children or in my opinion for anyone that uses deet sprays.
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185 of 206 people found the following review helpful By Stephen J. Pearsall on August 12, 2009
Style Name: 24-Ounce Verified Purchase
This stuff works great against mosquitoes and ticks and is safe when dry but extreme care needs to be used when spraying it on your clothes. You want to make sure you don't get any on your skin, that you don't breathe in any of the spray particles. It is also extremely toxic to cats so if you have a kitty you want to be extremely careful that you apply it in a place where kitty can't get near it. Once it dries it is a lot less dangerous to mammals but is still very toxic to insects.
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79 of 88 people found the following review helpful By sml on May 9, 2011
Style Name: 24-Ounce Verified Purchase
... but no one else did either so I'm not going to speak to it's effectiveness as a repellent.

Once dry the Sawyer spray is truly odorless on your clothing.

So you can better judge how much to buy, the 24 oz bottle treated 1 jeans, two sweatpants, 2 long sleeve t-shirts, 3 short sleeve t-shirts, 3 socks, 2 shoes, and 1 backpack and had a little left over in the bottle. It was easier to treat clothing when hanging on a fence (or other vertical surface) because the pump bottle works better when upright. Definitely wear gloves when treating clothes because there is no way to stop the tip from dripping a bit and the spray radius was almost 12 inches when the bottle was 8 inches from the clothes. The aerosol spray is quite fine too so don't use when windy ... it will all blow away in the wind before it reaches your clothes.
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