Tick Control Products
Nixalite Tick Control Products
includes several sprays that will kill ticks instantly on contact. (Not intended to spray directly on humans or pets)
Ticks are small animals that belong to the group of arachnids. They are closely related to spiders and scorpions. There are less than 1000 species of ticks that can be found all over the world. Ticks are parasites that transmit numerous diseases.
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Steri-Fab Multi-Purpose sanitizer, virucide, germicide, fungicide, mildewcide, disinfectant, and Insecticide that kills bed bugs, lice, fleas, ticks and dust mites and other insects. Sterifab is EPA registered and
can kill 99.9% of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19
Mosquito Barrier Liquid Repellent
Mosquito Barrier Mosquito Repellent repels mosquitoes, ticks, fleas and other flying insects. Made from garlic extract. Safe for people, pets and plants. Available in quarts and gallon containers. Made in the USA.
Kills Bed Bugs Spray II
Long lasting water based non-residual formula that kills bed bugs dead on contact. This spray helps keep bedbugs and other insects from coming back. Use in homes, hotels, motels and other areas. Kills pests on contact.
Kills Bedbugs, Ticks and Mosquitoes Spray
Rest Easy Bed Bug control for luggage and mattresses is a conveniently sized and ready to use water based spray that kills bedbugs and other insects on contact. Ideal for both business and leisure travelers.
VectorFog BM100 Motorized Backpack Sprayer
Equipped with an adjustable, flat spray, hollow cone and jet stream nozzle the BM100 backpack sprayer/mister can accommodate the majority of your spraying needs.
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Ticks can survive without food 200 days. They are not able to fly or jump. When they identify the ideal host, ticks crawl until they find suitable place to attach themselves. Ticks prefer skin on the area of head, neck and ears because it is soft and can be penetrated easily. Ticks transmit numerous bacterial and viral diseases such as Lyme disease, Q fever, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, tick paralysis and bovine anaplasmosis, among others.