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Established insecticide from Dethlac

Published: 3 January 2019

Dethlac Insecticidal Lacquer has been a hugely successful product and an extremely well established Insecticide since 1959. Next year, Dethlac will be celebrating 60 years on the market. It is a unique lacquer. Once sprayed, Dethlac dries to a hard clear film and is highly effective for months against ants, woodlice, cockroaches and other crawling insects. Dethlac can be used indoors and outdoors in both domestic and commercial premises. The product can be used by both amateurs and professionals. Loyal customers including both Trade and Consumers buy Dethlac year after year. The product is easily recognisable on the shelves with its bright green tin. Dethlac has UK approval, HSE 9708 and EIRE approval PCS 98560. Each pack contains 12 aerosols x 250ml. The company would welcome new stockists.

 
 

 

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