Osmonds Instant Strike Fly Strike Treatment

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Osmonds Instant Strike Fly Strike Treatment

Osmonds Instant Strike is a natural product based on natural oils and plant extracts to help maintain freedom from insects in all species of animals and birds. Instant Strike can either be mixed with shampoo, diluted and sprayed directly onto the animal or bird, or, as it is effective in buildings, stables, etc., it can be sprayed into and onto the animal's housing. Can also be used as a Lice and Mange Wash.

For animals: Mix 5-10ml to 5 litres water / shampoo. Keep away from face. Repeat in 12 - 14 days if necessary.

For buildings - Vacate the area first, then dilute 15ml to 5 litres water and apply as a fine mist/fog using about 10ml per 1000 cubic feet.

For outdoor Standing Areas - Cover any exposed drinking water before use, then dilute 5-15ml to 5 litres water and apply as a fine mist / fog

 

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