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Repel 100 Insect Repellent, 4 oz. Pump Spray, Single Bottle
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- Repels mosquitoes that may transmit the Chikungunya, Zika, Dengue and West Nile viruses
- Protects for up to 10 hours
- Convenient travel size
- Formulated for severe insect conditions
- Nonrefillable container. Do not reuse or refill this container. Offer for recycling, if available
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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 100 Insect Repellent
- Repels mosquitoes that may transmit the Chikungunya, Zika, Dengue and West Nile Virus
- Protects for up to 10 hours
- Convenient travel size
- Repels mosquitoes, ticks, gnats, biting flies, chiggers, no-see-ums and fleas
- Contains 98.11% DEET
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.
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|Other Products to Consider||Repels mosquitoes that may transmit the Chikungunya, Zika, Dengue and West Nile Virus. Repels mosquitoes for up to 6 hours. DEET-free.||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.|
The repel 100 uses a 98.1-percent deet formula to provide complete protection from mosquitoes, ticks, gnats, chiggers, no-see-ums, and biting flies. Use in areas of high infestation or prolonged periods of outdoor activity for up to 10-hour of protection. The new 4-ounce pump is large enough for high use consumers, yet small enough for easy portability.
This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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Cons: Basically smells like you're rubbing paint thinner/poison all over your body. The toxic smell is scarily bad and would make those people who insist on only wearing the ineffective, all-natural repellent cry. It also has a super oily, slimy, and ultimately dirty feel on your skin, which rivals the smell in overall unpleasantness. Disconcertingly, it numbs your tongue and mouth as well, if you accidentally manage to get it there, i.e. by applying to your face and licking your lips. Seems healthy.
Side note: Mine arrived with a slow leak, and the bottle exterior and packaging were oily and stinky. But I had to take the repellent on a trip to Panama the very next day, so I didn't have time to exchange it. It now has a designated, stinky/oily, Ziploc freezer bag that it travels everywhere in, which is a nice touch. The repellent is effective enough for defects like this to be tolerated, at least in my case.
Conclusion: Loathsome stuff, but it works.
We had packets of the Soffal in out resort and suddenly the sandflys and mosquitos had absolutely no interest.
We use the remaining deet to spray under the beach mats before laying them down to keep the parameter generally knat free, so it wasn't a total waste.
Now, why the 4 starts instead of 5? The smell and feel. It is thick, oily, and the smell is toxic. When applying please, please, please step out of your hotel room or home and spray it in the hallway or other open area. You'll be happy to have the fresh air or else you could get slightly dizzy for a minute. Also, when spraying be sure to aim in an area you and others won't walk because since it is oily the floor will turn into a slip and slide and someone is sure to get hurt. Last, try to keep a bit of distance between you and the spray bottle and hopefully the pump sprays it evenly. Most of my shirts had oily spots which was so disappointing. I mean who dresses up for a night out with a spotty oily shirt?
I immediately applied the Repel 100 after getting bit that first time and felt immediate relief. My boyfriend and I applied the bug spray probably two or three times every day and there was well over half the bottle left over. I was afraid 1 oz wouldn't be enough, but it was more than sufficient and it really works!
Definitely spray this in a well ventilated area--it's a bit suffocating. I did spray some on my hands to wipe on my face with no issues. Also be careful not to spray too close to clothing, as I accidentally stained one of my blue shirts by spraying it way too close. The spray itself is not sticky at all and sinks in really well. I usually hate hate hate wearing bug spray, but the Repel 100 was a godsend. I highly recommend this if you need a repellent!