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If some lurking snare lay hid under the fair-sounding proposal which Geoffrey had made, it was less repellent to her boldly to prove what it might be than to wait pondering over it with her mind in the dark.
Plant-based repellents have been used for generations as protective measures against snakes within homestead and other environments.
Some repellents should not be used with certain fabrics, such as rayon, spandex, acetate, or other synthetics, so it is important to read the product label before applying to clothing--and skin.
As per the report by Euromonitor, Insect repellents have attained Rs.
Present study was aimed to investigate the efficacy of two bird repellents anthraquonine and methylanthranilate against house crows on wheat seeds and seedlings in caged conditions.
com)-- Market Research Hub (MRH) has announced the addition of a new report, titled "Pest Control and Repellents - US - October 2016" to its database.
Currently, there are over 20 commercial deer repellents on the market.
AGC Chemicals Americas has developed AsahiGuard E-Series high-performance, PFOA-free repellents with improved environmental and biological profiles for use in automotive interior components.
I suggest reviewing the July 2015 Consumer Reports article on repellents; picaridin is a likely safer alternative to DEET, with the highest efficacy of all those tested, at least in Sawyer Fisherman's Formula Picaridin Insect Repellent and Natrapel 8 Hour Insect Repellent.
USPRwire, Mon Nov 09 2015] Mosquito repellents, used to prevent mosquito bites, are available in the market as coils, vaporizers, sprays, mats, creams, and bands.
Neem oil, which can be safely used on children, is found is many herbal insect repellents.
That's how I found out about and became a convert to rain repellents, in that case Rain-X.