wearing Duals Layers of Repellent
Permethrin for Clothes + Picaridin Insect Repellent
Applying Picaridin bug spray to skin and spraying clothes with Permethrin 0.5% keeps you the safest from ticks, mosquitos, chiggers, and biting insects.
Wearing Picaridin daily, and applying permethrin for clothes
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends wearing both Picaridin 20% bug spray daily on skin and treating your clothes with Permethrin 0.5% monthly. While Picaridin 20% is protecting your exposed skin from bug bites fo up to 12-hours, insect repellent for clothes repels and kills insects on contact for up to 40 days. Unlike DEET, both Picaridin and Permethrin are safe to use on clothing and synthetic materails, so no more damanged gear.
Clothing: jackets, boots, pants, shirts, socks, hats
outdoor gear: sleeping bags, backpacks, tents
Fabrics: dog beds, horse blankets, outdoor furniture
Picaridin Insect Repellent
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommend applying Picaridin 20% bug spray to your skin for up to 12 hours of protection against mosquitos, tick, chiggers, and biting flies.
Registered with the EPA, Ranger Ready Picaridin Insect Repellent is DEET-free pregnancy safe bug spray and safe to use on adults and children over one year.
Does Picaridin Bug Spray Work?
Absolutely. Ranger Ready Picaridin spray repels ticks and mosquitos for up to 12 hours, while repeling chiggers, gnats, no-see-ums, and biting flies for up to 8 hours.