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Bug Blaster boasts improved formula

Published: 9 March 2017
 

Bug Blaster from Barrettine was designed to offer consumers a trusted, reliable and effective insecticide-free spray. And, now it has been reformulated to contain a water-soluble polymer that acts as a physical mode of action.

The liquid polymer coating immobilises the insect and, as a secondary consequence of this film coating, the insect dies. There is no residual action of this formulation, as Bug Blaster contains no insecticide and the knockdown is rapid.

Recommended for use against small nuisance insects appearing around the home, such as flies, ants, bed bugs and fleas.

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