2-Pk. of Coleman® 40% DEET Spray

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2-Pk . of Coleman® 40% DEET Spray The buzz is they'll stay away. SAVE BIG !

Developed by the U.S. Army following its experience of World War II jungle warfare, DEET entered civilian use in 1957. This non-greasy, perspiration-resistant formula provides 8-plus hours of unscented protection... plus the 40% concentration is the highest amount of DEET available in an aerosol can!

Repels nasty biting flies, gnats, chiggers, ticks and fleas, as well as mosquitoes carrying West Nile and other viruses. You get two 6-oz. aluminum bottles with twist-lock caps. Bottles are lightweight, resist rust, spray at any angle.

Swat away inferior bug spray. Order this protection ONLINE now!

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  1. 5 stars
    now when the bugs come out,i can go fly fishing
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