Equicare

Flysect Super C Concentrate 32 oz

Item# 685E
4.75
$37.50
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Weight: FOB 4.0 Lbs
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Flysect Super C Concentrate by Equicare contains the same combination of repellents, insecticides and sunscreen as Flysect Super-7 Repellent, in an economic concentrated form.

Product Details:

  • Mix at a 4:1 ratio to effectively repel flying insects for 3-5 days.
  • Repels face flies, stable flies, horse flies, deer flies, mosquitoes, gnats, mites, chiggers, lice and house flies
  • Makes 5 quarts (160 oz) of finished spray
  • Shake well before use

This is an ORM-D item and cannot be shipped outside of the contiguous United States or by air.

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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:
4.75

(based on 6 reviews)

By Debbie
OH
April 12, 2016
5.05
"With six horses in my barn I use a lot of flyspray. I have found the Flysect Super C Concentrate to work the best at repelling flys, doesnt smell bad, and is a good value."
By
PA
April 12, 2016
4.05
"Its not the cheapest fly spray on the market but it seems to work pretty well. I dont have to apply it as often as some of the other brands."
By diane
FL
April 12, 2016
5.05
"tried so many different sprays and this concentrate is perfect. it allows you to adjust the strength to the sensitivity of the flies and your horses skin."
By Jerry Jablonski
IN
April 12, 2016
5.05
"We use Flysect Super C fly spray at home and at the horse shows. Water based so it does not attract dust. Keeps the flies off. The concentrate is the most economical way to go. Its like getting at least an extra bottle free."
By JEN
CO
April 12, 2016
4.05
"Although I have tried many fly spray products as they are introduced looking for something that out performs Flysect Super C Concentrate, I keep coming back to it because it really deters the flies as well or better than any of the other sprays, it smells pleasant enough, and the added sunscreen in it is great for the excessive white on my paint horses."