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Repel 94100 Sportsmen 30-Percent Deet Mosquito Repellent Wipes, 15 Count
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- Repels mosquitoes that may transmit the Chikungunya, Zika, Dengue and West Nile viruses
- Wipe-on protection
- Repels mosquitoes, ticks, chiggers, biting flies, no-see-ums, gnats and fleas
- 30% DEET
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Get Out There
Outdoor enthusiasts know that when the going gets tough, so should their insect repellent. However extreme the activity or terrain, there's a Repel insect repellent designed to offer dependable and long-lasting coverage. Repel products make effective mosquito protection simple under any circumstance - so you can heed the call of the wild wherever the trail takes you.
Repel Insect Repellent Mosquito Wipes 30% DEET
- Repels mosquitoes that may transmit the Chikungunya, Zika, Dengue and West Nile virus
- Designed specifically for outdoor enthusiasts
- Long-lasting protection from mosquitoes, ticks, gnats, biting flies, chiggers, no-see-ums and fleas
- Wipe-on protection in a travel size pack
- Convenient resealable pouch makes on-the-go application easy
Protecting against mosquito borne illnesses when at home or away
The CDC recommends using an EPA-registered personal insect repellent, such as Repel 100 Insect Repellent, as a highly effective way to reduce mosquito bites. You should also consider treating clothing, backpacks, tents and shoes with a permethrin-based spray when doing outdoor activities like hiking or camping.
Clothing and Gear Protection
Protect yourself outdoors by treating your clothing and gear with a Permethrin based insect repellent like Repel Permethrin Clothing & Gear Insect Repellent. Permethrin based formulas will help repel and kill ticks, mosquitoes and mites.
Protect the Area
You can reduce mosquitoes around your home and at your campsite by removing the places they might breed. Empty standing water from flower pots, bird baths, barrels and pet dishes and clean out leaves and debris from rain gutters. Using a do-it-yourself spray insecticide formulated for mosquito control, like Repel Outdoor Fogger Camp Fogger2 can help protect the yard from mosquitoes. Just spray over the entire yard or campsite, including shrubs, bushes and grassy areas.
Protect the Home
The Zika-carrying Aedes mosquito is drawn to the indoors, so close entry points by repairing screens on windows and weather stripping on doors if needed. Keep a good flying insect control aerosol product on hand that’s registered for indoor use against mosquitoes.
|Repel(R) Permethrin Clothing & Gear Insect Repellent (Aerosol)||Repel(R) Outdoor Fogger Camp Fogger2||Black Flag(R) Flying Insect Killer3 (Aerosol)|
|Other Products to Consider||For clothing and gear (not to be applied to skin). One treatment lasts up to two weeks. Repels and kills mosquitoes, ticks and mites.||Kills mosquitoes and other outdoor insects on contact. For use in campsites, backyards, patios and picnic areas.||Kills on contact. Kills houseflies, fruit flies, mosquitoes and other listed insects. For use indoors and outdoors.|
|Item Dimensions||1 x 1 x 1 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||94100|
|Shipping Weight||0.2 pounds|
Repel sportsmen formula mosquito wipes uses a 30-percent deet concentration to give you up to 10-hour of protection against mosquitoes, ticks, chiggers and biting flies. The new flexible pouch is ideal for backpackers, hunters, fisherman while allowing a controlled application.
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Top Customer Reviews
I am writing this review to say that ALL of them worked well, BUT I HATED using Ultrathon. Like some reviews said, it is very sticky (does not absorb into skin). Therefore, everything sticks TO you! Dirt, sand, bugs...you name it. AND once stuck, it is almost impossible to get things like sand and dirt off without a heavy-duty scrubbing (brushing only smears everything). When you are already in a hot, humid climate, bug repellent makes you feel dirty as it is; Ultrathon, however, made me feel the ickiest. The Repel pump spray and wipes never had the sticky problem, worked very well, and did not smell offensive (except a little when you first apply them--outdoors, of course). Therefore, I'd recommend them instead.
I'd actually recommend getting BOTH Repel products. The wipes are good for carrying in a pocket and using quickly. Even though they are not individually-wrapped, I could still stuff the pack into a back pocket. It also resealed well, so I didn't worry about losing any potency. The two of us went through 1 pack of the wipes (I had brought two) during our two weeks in Costa Rica. Of course, we had also pre-treated most of our clothes with Sawyer permethrin spray and used about 3/4 of the Repel Sportmen MAX spray (again, between the two of use over two weeks). The wipes are especially good for small areas like your neck. I also tucked them in the bottom of my hiking pants (which cinched) to ward off sand flies while looking at turtles nesting on the beach at midnight. I even used them to wipe down for a little extra protection when in some of the more "rustic" accommodations at night.
I wouldn't just want to have the wipes, though. The Sportsmen MAX spray was good for a more hands-free application (with Ultrathon and the Repel wipes, you have to wash your hands THOROUGHLY for several minutes after using them--especially with Ultrathon). The Repel spray was also good to spray on clothes (for things I either hadn't pre-treated with the Sawyer permethrin spray or things that were water-proof so that the permethrin wouldn't sink in). I think it was also easier to cover larger areas of skin.
One precaution (that I probably should've realized--duh): wait until your pores close after taking a shower or bath before applying either of these products. I made the mistake of using the Repel wipes very soon after showering, and my skin was on FIRE! I also broke out in a huge red rash. I immediately jumped in the shower again, and everything cleared up shortly thereafter. I reapplied the repellent after waiting 30 minutes, and I was fine.
Over two weeks, I hardly got any bites at all, even when SWARMED by mosquitoes for hours on end (e.g., five hours in the Manzanilla forest, half the time off the trails with a guide)! Most of the bites I got actually occurred *indoors* in bathrooms (when I wasn't wearing anything). I only got, maybe, 3 or 4 outdoors (two of them on my butt through untreated hiking pants--that's when I started spraying a little Repel on my clothes, too!).
Boy did these come in handy! First, one wipe can be quickly used on three people if suddenly you find yourself needed bug/tick protection as we did. We went to a farm with just the normal amount of mosquitoes – but in some areas we found many more than we were expecting and instead of panicking I just wiped my kids with the wipes for good measure and everything was fine and we enjoyed ourselves.
If there’s a flaw on this package is that the wipes are all together in one pouch, so you must make sure to seal it properly and not in a hurry so that they do not dry out or for the repellant to seep into some other item in your bag. For the same reason, if traveling with kids these need to be away from their little hands (or the absent minded parent) so that nobody confuses these wipes with baby wipes.