How to make your own Natural Fly Spray for Horses?
Never be without fly spray again! If you’re looking for an easy way to make your own fly spray for horses just add water to our natural fly spray concentrate and shake to mix. Our fresh, clean smelling natural fly spray for horses is a potent repellent against flies, gnats, ticks, fleas and mosquitoes. Makes twice as much as leading competitors!
“It works! I admit I was a bit skeptical but this is the best fly spray I have ever used! And it’s economical too! Thanks for such a great product.”
Naturally powerful essential oils work together in this amazing concentrated fly spray formula. All of the ingredients were chosen for their proven effectiveness against flying insects.
No worries if you get it on you because it’s 100% safe for you and your animals. Our natural fly spray is not just for horses either. It’s so safe you can even use it on yourself to repel insects when you are outside. Just spray it directly on your skin or the outside of your clothes to keep you free of flies, gnats, mosquitoes and even ticks.
Directions: We recommend that you brush the animal to remove excess dust and dirt. Maximum results are obtained on a clean coat.
Empty 2 ounces (4 tablespoons) into a one quart spray bottle, fill with water. Hold bottle approximately 12 inches from the animal. Avoid spraying near the eyes. For these areas, apply liquid to a cloth and wipe the horse’s face.
4 oz. bottle (concentrated) makes 2 bottles- less than $10/bottle
1 gal. bottle (concentrated) perfect for barn spray systems or makes 64 bottles of fly spray- less than $2/bottle
Active Ingredients: Cedarwood, Cintronella, Eucalyptus, Lemongrass, Pennyroyal, Peppermint & Tea Tree Oil.
*Disclaimer: We make no medical or veterinarian claims to any of the products offered on this site. The information presented on the Alternative Animal web site is intended for informational purposes only. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease and should not in any way be used as a substitute for the advice of your physician, veterinarian, or other licensed health care provider.