Flyguard 600ml Spray

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Flyguard 600ml Spray
Effective, long lasting, summer spray. This water-based formula contains citronella oils for long lasting protection during the summer months. Contains added coat conditioners to promote a healthy, shiny coat. Recommended for horses that suffer from sweet itch or are irritated by flies. The 600ml size has equimist 360 technology for easy application, unbeatable coverage and unrivalled protection. The 600ml cannot be refilled. Shake well and for best results spray directly onto the horse from a distance of approximately 25cm. For sensitive areas, apply with a cloth or sponge. If using for the first time, test on a small area of skin 24 hours prior to general use. Can be applied twice a day for maximum protection.
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