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Products To Help Reduce Exposure To Ticks

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Fencing
USA  

Repellents- For Use in Yards 
*All Natural Ingredients

Repellents- For Use in Yards 
*For Outdoor Area Use Only 
SevinSpray or Granules  

Repellents- For Use in Yards 
*Biodegradable Tubes Filled With Permethrin Treated Cotton Balls 

Yard Spraying Professional Services
*Bb- Please Also Check Your Local Area For Services & Compare Prices
Orkin- Listed By State
TruGreen- Listed By State
SavATree- Multiple State Listings
Bartlett Tree Experts- Type In Your Zip Code
Mosquito Squad- Locations By State
Lawn Dawg- Upper Northeast US

Repellents- For Personal Protection
*All Natural Ingredients
Ticks-N-All- All Natural
Repel- Lemon Eucalyptus
Bite Blocker- Herbal

Hunters and People Who Are Sensitive to Scents

Rubber Boots
*Wearing White In The Woods- Not Recommended During Hunting Season

Repellents- For Personal Protection
*Adults & Children
*ONLY For Use On Clothing- NOT Skin

Repellents- For Personal Protection
*For Use On Skin- Read Labels Before Applying
*Check To See If Approved For Children
Avon Insect Repellents- Some With Sun Block
Natrapel- Picaridin
DIY (Make Your Own)- Natural Insect Repellent

Repellents- For Personal Protection
*For Use On Clothing Only- Adults & Children
Insect Shield- They Treat Your Clothes, Good for 70 Washings
DIY Permethrin Clothes- Pretreatment Soaking Method
DIY Pretreated Clothes- Pretreatment Soaking Method- Kit
Insect Shield- Pretreated Clothing For Purchase (LL Bean)
ElimiTick- Pretreated Camouflage Clothing- Designed for Hunters
REI- Insect Shield Clothing & Other Products

Made Specifically For Children
*Please Check Label Instructions And Age Recommendations
*Children's products may need to be applied more often than repellents for adults.
*Never apply repellents to children younger than 2 months old.

Tick Remover Tools 

Mosquito Netting & Products

Pets
*Most essential oils are toxic to cats and should not be used to repel ticks.


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Safety First

Please read all label instructions before using any insect repellent.  We still have sincere concerns about using DEET products, especially on children's skin. For that reason we list alternative products that may or may not work as well.  Please do not put insect repellent on children's hands because tiny fingers have a tendency of ending up in mouths and eyes.

MarylandLyme.org does not endorse these products or receive any compensation of any kind for listing them. This is simply a list to help you find prevention related products.