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Insect Control

Canoeing.com Definition: Insect control comes in many forms, from chemical and plant-derived bug repellents to bug nets and bug jackets suitable for keeping mosquitoes, black flies, ticks and other biting insects at bay.

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Bug Nets & Insect Resistant Clothing
Head nets, mesh jackets and pre-treated repellent clothing make it possible to protect yourself from insects without having to apply repellent directly to skin.
Chemical Repellents
Active ingredients like DEET and Picaridin provide up to nine hours of relief from insects by direct application to the skin through spray or lotion formulas.
Natural Repellents
Plant-derived natural insect repellents provide an alternative to chemical repellents but may need to be applied more frequently.
Bite Treatment
Sometimes insect bites are a fact of canoeing and camping life. Find relief for your itchy or painful bites with these “after bite” products.









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