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Net-Tex Poultry Septi-Clense

  • Spray » 200ml Aerosol £4.69

Net-Tex Poultry Septi-Clense is a fast-acting solution designed to treat superficial wounds caused by pecks and scratches. Poultry Septi-Clense removes dirt and bacteria from the affected area, while helping to prevent the potential for infection. The formula comes in a powder or aerosol spray form and can be easily applied.


Easy to use bactericidal powder and wound dressing for minor cuts, bites, scratches, irritations and abrasions. Suitable for all poultry and bird types. Can be applied directly to the affected area to aid in the natural healing process. Gentle skin disinfectants ensure essential skin hygiene.


An easy to use wound aerosol spray that is a highly effective cleanser with a powerful bactericidal action. This ultra quick and powerful wound spray has been specifically designed to control and immediately inhibit any existing or possible infection from external wounds, grazes or skin punctures that require on the spot attention. When applied it leaves a violet residue to show if the whole of the affected area has been covered.

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24th Jun 2016
Anna Davies
  • VioVet Customer Since: June 2016
  • From: Greater Manchester, United Kingdom

Can I used this product on my backyard chicken, she was bitten yesterday of my dog and has a wound at the back

  • Non-Executive Director

Yes this can be used on your chicken. If the wound is serious it would be best to take her to your vet. Minor wounds heal very well on chickens however and if things do not look too bad, she should do well.