Harkers Duramitex Plus 500ml Spray
Harkers Duramitex Plus spray is an effective treatment in helping to clear red mite in pigeon lofts.
- A completely safe and natural treatment for the eradication of red mites in pigeon lofts and aviaries
- Effective and fast treatment
- Completely pesticide free
- Easy to use, minimal mess
- Dries almost immediately and will eradicate red mites and eggs in one treatment
- Further treatments will ensure the loft/aviary stay mite free
Contains a combination of silicones. Due to their mechanical mode of action, these active ingredients are considered exempt under the Biocides Directive.
Shake well before use. Direct nozzle approximately 30cm (1foot) from the surface to be treated and away from your body. Pump the trigger and using a sweeping motion to ensure uniform coverage of the surface, apply until run off. Pay special attention to cracks, crevices and joints in walls and flooring. Ensure these areas are soaked in Duramitex™ Plus. Wash hands after use.
Slightly darker areas may be observed on treated surfaces. This is normal and will disappear as the product dries off completely. Hard non porous surfaces should not normally require treatment. If sprayed these surfaces will appear wet for approximately 30 minutes after treatment and may present a slip hazard until dry.
Keep away from food and drink. Avoid eye contact. If your eyes are accidentally affected, flush with plenty of clean water. Seek medical advice if irritation persists. Not for use on animals. Do not inhale. Due to the oily nature of the ingredients some surfaces could be slightly slippery before they dry. Take necessary precautions if this is the case. Duramitex™ Plus Can be used on most surfaces. However, before you use on large surfaces or potentially delicate fabrics, we recommend that you test a small, out of sight area to check the suitability of the product with the material.
Keep spray out of the reach and sight of children. Use only as directed. Please recycle when empty.
NOT HARMFUL TO ANIMALS, BIRDS OR HUMANS.