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Clothing Line Protects PMPs from Outdoor Risks

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Insect Shield’s EPA-registered technology converts clothing and gear into effective and convenient insect protection.

| July 17, 2013


The Insect Shield Workplace Safety & Health online store makes protective clothing and gear items available to workers in at-risk locations across the globe. The Insect Shield assortment consists of work wear, professional apparel and accessories—including clothing that also offers sun protection, flame resistance and high visibility—as well as additional protective items such as mosquito nets for use at home.

Insect Shield’s EPA-registered technology converts clothing and gear into effective and convenient insect protection.

Features of the clothing include:
•    Repellency is in the clothing
•    Lasts through 70 launderings
•    No restrictions for use
•    No need to re-apply
•    Repels mosquitoes, ticks, ants, flies, chigger and midges including those that can cause Lyme disease, malaria and other dangerous insect-borne diseases.

For more information visit www.insectshield.com


 

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