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Product description

In summertime, life outside is just better. Cutter insect repellents keep your family covered through all of the outdoor fun – so you can soak up some sun without swatting biting bugs. With a range of formulations to choose from, it’s easy to pick the right Cutter product for any outdoor activity, whether you’re lounging at the beach, cheering on your favorite soccer player or just enjoying the backyard. Makes you invisible to bugs. Cutter Dry Insect Repellent aerosol contains 10 percent for protection against mosquitoes, including those that may transmit the Zika, West Nile, Dengue and Chikungunya viruses. Cutter Dry Insect Repellent goes on dry and stays dry – it never feels oily or greasy. The unscented spray wards off pesky mosquitoes and other insects, including ticks, biting flies, gnats, no-see-ums, chiggers and fleas. The convenient aerosol spray features a locking lid to help avoid accidental spraying. Cutter Dry Insect Repellent keeps you covered while you enjoy your outdoor fun! Cutter insect repellents have been helping families have fun together outdoors for more than 50 years. Goodbye mosquitoes. Hello, summer!


From the manufacturer

Cutter All Family Insect Repellent Pump Spray, 6-Ounce Cutter 95838, Resealable Pouch, 1-Pack, Family Mosquito Wipes, 15-Count Cutter Dry Insect Repellent, Aerosol, 4-Ounce, Natural Cutter Backwoods Insect Repellent, Aerosol, 11-Ounce Cutter Lemon Eucalyptus Insect Repellent, Pump Spray, 4-Ounce
Cutter All Family Insect Repellent Pump Spray, 6-Ounce Cutter 95838, Resealable Pouch, 1-Pack, Family Mosquito Wipes, 15-Count Cutter Dry Insect Repellent, Aerosol, 4-Ounce, 12-Count Cutter Dry Insect Repellent, Aerosol, 4-Ounce, Natural Cutter Lemon Eucalyptus Insect Repellent, Pump Spray, 4-Ounce
Contains DEET ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓
Pump ✓ ✓
Aerosol ✓ ✓
Repels Mosquitos, ticks, and fleas ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ Only Repels Mosquitos
Sweat resistant ✓
Unscented ✓

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q: What is the expiration date? I can’t find it listed on the container.

A: When stored properly and not exposed to extreme temperatures, Cutter products will last for several years. If you notice any change in odor or appearance or damage to the packaging, replace the repellent with a new product.

Q: Is DEET safe to use on children?

A: Formulas with 30 percent concentrations or lower can be used on children ages 2 months or older.

Q: Will DEET damage my clothing or gear?

A: DEET will not damage nylon, cotton or wool. It may damage some synthetic fabrics, plastics, watch crystals, leather and painted or varnished surfaces. Wash treated clothing before wearing it again.

SPECTRUM BRANDS 96058 Cutter Dry Insect Repellent, Aerosol, 4-Ou

CURRENT ISSUE
September, 2021

No. 106 (9)

2020 Impact Factor: 9.941 Submission > Acceptance: 52 days
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