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Outlast NBS 30 is a Natural Botanical Insect Repellent

The new product can be used on decks, patio areas, carports and other exterior areas.

| December 16, 2009

OLIVE BRANCH, Miss. — Outlast NBS 30 concentrate in the new tip’n’pour pint container can be mixed with water to make a single gallon or up to 5 gallons of 100% natural botanical insect repellent for exterior use. 

The product provides a residual effect when mixed into oil and latex based paints and stains and can repel insects for several years when encapsulated in a coating, according to the manufacturer.

Outlast NBS 30 can be used on decks, patio areas, carports and other exterior areas. The patented formulation discourages crawling and nesting insects such as: Wasps, spiders, mud daubers, ants, mosquitoes and carpenter bees.  Manufactured from EPA-exempt botanicals, this product is listed as a 25-B exemption, for sale and use in all 50 states. 
 
For further information, visit
www.OutlastCTA.com.

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