Insect Shield® products are ideal for a variety of recreational activities such as hiking, fishing, gardening, canoeing and camping – just about everyone on a gift list. The technology is EPA registered, can be worn or used by the entire family and protects against a variety of insects that can cause Lyme disease, malaria and other dangerous diseases.
**Protective Gift Ideas…**
For the Backyard: Insect Shield Bug Repellent Hammock
For Outdoor/Fishing/Hunting Enthusiast: Insect Shield Outdoor/Travel Apparel
For the Camping Enthusiast:
Insect Shield ENO Bug Repellent Hammock
Insect Shield REI Bug Hut Tent
Insect Shield TravelChair Camping/Deck Chairs
Insect Shield Cocoon Bunk Sack
Insect Shield Mosquito Nets
Insect Shield Sea to Summit Coolmax Adapter Cover
For the Gardening Guru: Insect Shield Gardening Hats & Accessories
For your Horse: Insect Shield bug repellent horse sheets
**For Outdoor Workers: Insect Shield repellent Work Wear**
Quick Facts About Insect Shield Repellent Apparel and Gear:
Which bugs do Insect Shield products repel?
Insect Shield garments repel mosquitoes, ticks, ants, flies, chiggers, and midges or no-see-ums.
Insect Shield gear repels mosquitoes, ticks, flies and fleas.
How long does Insect Shield protection last?
70 washings – the expected lifetime of a garment.
Does Insect Shield have an odor?
No. Insect Shield protection is invisible and odorless – you cannot tell it is there – but the bugs can.
Is it EPA-registered?
Following many years of extensive product testing, Insect Shield apparel and gear have been successfully registered by the Environmental Protection Agency – the EPA.
Can my kid’s wear Insect Shield?
Insect Shield has no restrictions for use and can be worn by the entire family.
Who recommends insect repellent apparel?
The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) www.cdc.gov/travel
World Health Organization (WHO) www.who.int
The American Academy of Family Physicians www.familydoctor.org
Contact: Janine Robertson