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post #1 of 29 (permalink) Old 07-09-2018, 09:57 PM Thread Starter
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Permethrin

I hope I am in the correct forum for this.
Has anyone used the permethrin spray on your clothes for ticks? It says you can wash your clothes several times and that it works great.
I know you can order it on Amazon around $10.00 plus shipping.
Does any of the sporting goods carry this and what is their price?
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Walmart 9 bucks. Sawyer's. Tractor Supply carries it where you can mix your own solution. And yep it works very good. I don't go out without being sprayed summer and winter.
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I found it at Agway. Double the amount and quite a bit cheaper than Amazon.
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post #5 of 29 (permalink) Old 07-12-2018, 12:56 PM
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Get the gallon of Goat and Sheep solution at Tractor supply, water based and correct strength of .5%. They also sell concentrate you need to mix with water . Be sure it is not oil based and never spray on skin.
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There are so many Permethrin posts, in different forums, it should have it's own forum.
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Bonide bed bug killer . It is water based , so it does not leave a strong odor, plus it is already diluted to the proper percentage for ticks. Ordered mine online(don't remember where or how much). Haven't pulled any ticks off years!
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Get the gallon of Goat and Sheep solution at Tractor supply, water based and correct strength of .5%. They also sell concentrate you need to mix with water . Be sure it is not oil based and never spray on skin.
.5% ?
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Get the gallon of Goat and Sheep solution at Tractor supply, water based and correct strength of .5%. They also sell concentrate you need to mix with water . Be sure it is not oil based and never spray on skin.

A little overspray on your skin will not hurt you.

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post #10 of 29 (permalink) Old 01-28-2019, 02:41 PM
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A little overspray on your skin will not hurt you.
As long as you're not a cat the stuff is fatal to cats.. so keep that in mind..
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