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Dacar Innovations Launches Pest Ecotube

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The Pest Ecotube is an insect repellent that uses natural fabric and natural herbs.

| August 16, 2010

CORDOVA, Tenn. - Dacar Innovations announced it is now accepting pre-orders for the eco-friendly Pest Ecotube. Orders will begin shipping on the nationwide launch date of Sept. 15, 2010.

The Pest Ecotube is an eco-friendly insect repellent that uses natural fabric and natural herbs. Pest control companies can used the product as a companion with an existing pest control plan by repelling roaches, spiders and ants away from sensitive residential and commercial areas while treatments are becoming effective. The Pest Ecotube can be placed under sinks, inside cabinets, on counter tops, behind pantry doors, window sills, behind entry doors and inside boxes while moving or in storage.

Dacar Innovations says the product fills an industry void because there is nothing on the market that repels insects from the area where they are likely to gather and breed. The Pest Ecotube is made with 100% all natural jute tube filled with known natural plants that repel insects. The Pest Ecotube contains five natural herbs and essential oils to repel insects, which include catnip, cloves, bay leaves and other natural ingredients.  These ingredients are placed inside the Pest Ecotube to create a barrier that will repel roaches spiders, and ants from entering unwanted areas for up to six months while leaving a pleasant herbal scent throughout this area.

Based in Cordova Tenn., Dacar Innovations was formed January 2010 and launched its first product Dacar Innovations Pest Ecotube in March 2010. For more information visit www.Dacarinnovations.com.

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