Equimins Fly Repellent Gel

Equimins Fly Repellent Gel
500g Tub

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  • 500g Tub £19.00


Equimins Fly Repellent Gel is an extremely effective, long lasting fly repellent for horses and other animals. It is a powerful, no mess, extra strength clear gel containing 15% Ethyl Butylacetylaminopriopionate, to help repel many biting insects, including flies, midges and mosquitoes.

Always replace the lid after use. Store in a cool dry place away from children.

Does not contain any banned substances.

Directions For Use

  • It should be applied sparingly by direct action to the coat at a rate of approximately 15 g per sq metre of coat, but avoiding eyes, muzzle, and other sensitive areas
  • Apply using a cloth, sponge or soft brush
  • Always try a small area first just in case of any allergic reaction, although in trials no evidence was seen of any allergic reactions to this product at all

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Equimins Fly Repellent Gel, including answers from our team.

19 May 2015 at 2:33pm

How to use product


Hi, My gelding had conjunctivitis about 3 years ago caused by flies in the summer. He will not keep any form of fly mask/fringe on for more than 24 hours, and upon consultation with his vet, I use a fly collar and the summer fly cream on his face. Could this cream be used on the face? the summer fly cream I use has no evident smell so doesn't bother my boy, but makes him go green?! Thanks in advance.

  • VioVet Staff

The Equimins Fly Repellent Gel can be used on the face, and should be applied sparingly by direct action to the coat at a rate of approximately 15g per square metre of coat, but it is very important to avoid the eyes, muzzle, and other sensitive areas. The gel can be applied with a cloth, sponge or a soft brush, and as with any new product, it is very important to try the gel on a small area first, just in case your horse has an adverse reaction, however no evidence of any allergic reactions was seen in the trials of the gel.

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