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Old 03-17-2012, 05:14 PM   #1
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Insect repelent clothes

I was just brousing a Metal Detecting fourm, ran across this site about insect repelent clothing, Never new it existed, thought we all could use them.
The prices on some seem pretty good, I bought a hat and some socks.

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Old 03-17-2012, 08:42 PM   #2
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The clothes are just sprayed with Permethrin and will wear off after 6 washing's.

I go to Walmart and buy a quart of Permethrin in the garden section, mix it 1 part P to 10 parts water and spray it on all of my hunting clothes and let it dry in the sun. It works great especially for ticks.

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When walking in deep grass where ticks are likely, a lot of people wear bands around their pant cuffs. I am wondering if using dog flea & tick collars as bands around the cuffs would be safe and effective.
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Animal flea collars do not work, or have never for me cause I tried em while hunting. The Permethrin that Mau Mau mentioned works pretty well. When in the woods or in areas where ticks are mking their home, I always tie my pants cuffs and use a good bug spray, usually the highest concentrate of Deet I can get. And lastly, when I get home I immediately wash the clothes worn in hot water and I take a really hot shower and do a good search of my body for ticks. I can deal pretty well with ticks and mosquitos, its the sand gnats that I reall dispise.
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This what we use on the North Slope of Alaska

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