Nettex Fly Repellent Standard is a high strength D.E.E.T based
formulation with added moisturisers and conditioners providing up to 24
Nettex Fly Repellent Standard is a highly effective D.E.E.T based
repellent which won ‘Best in Test’ in Your Horse July 2013 Issue.
- High strength D.E.E.T based formulation.
- Contains added conditioners and moisturisers for controlled release
for up to 24 hours protection.
- Perfect for sensitive skinned horses.
- Nettex Fly Repellent Shampoo can also be used on a weekly basis to
provide maximum protection in conjunction with Nettex Fly Repellent
Made in the UK.
Directions for use
Shake well before use.
Patch test 48 hours prior to application if you have not used a D.E.E.T
based product before or if horse is sensitive skinned.
Spray evenly over the coat but be careful not to saturate. If horse or
pony is nervous of sprays apply to a cloth or sponge and wipe over the
For best results apply early in the morning before turnout and before
heat of midday sun to allow the formula to dry and seal the hair. Avoid
direct contact with mucous membranes. When fly infestation is very
heavy, re-application may be required more frequently.
Avoid contact with broken or irritated skin. Not recommended for use
under saddles, fly rugs or fly masks as may cause irritation.
Key ingredients: DEET – N,N-Diethyl-M- Tolumide, P-Menthane 3.8-diol.
Expert Advice from NETTEX
- If a fly rug is used during the summer apply fly repellent over the
top of the fly rug to reduce flies landing and biting through the
material of the rug.
- Garlic can have insect deterrent properties when added to the feed and
many horses enjoy its taste, so it can be a useful addition to your
insect avoidance strategy. Nettex Garlic Granules are made from the
finest pure garlic cloves.
- For an increased level of protection use Nettex Fly Repellent Shampoo
weekly. This will coat the hair and help further prolong the effect of
the Nettex Fly Repellent Standard.
- Nettex Fly Repellent Standard is safe to use on pregnant and lactating
mares, avoiding application around teats.