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Staykil Household Flea Spray 500ml - From £16.00
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Staykil Household Flea Spray 500ml

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Manufacturer: Ceva


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Staykil Household Flea Spray is a well-recognised flea spray brand that has stood the test of time for over 25 years.

Designed to combat fleas throughout your home effectively, Staykil contains two active ingredients that work in synergy to inhibit and kill fleas quickly and effectively.

Active Ingredients:

  • Tetramethrin: Provides instant paralysis of adult fleas; preventing them from biting
  • D-Phenothrin: A synthetic insecticide that kills adult fleas and larvae efficiently

Spray for 13 seconds per square metre of surface where you have seen fleas, including pet bedding, baskets and rugs.
Repeat after 7 days or as required.
When spraying onto a delicate surface, including plastic or polished surfaces, a small test area should be applied first to test for reaction.

Contains (w/w):
Tetramethrin 0.28%, D-Phenothrin 0.14%

Please Note: This product is not for direct use on animals, clothing or human bedding

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Muriel Waldt
August 2009

Although I no longer have a cat I still continue to use Staykill in my house as I have found that it is a very effective way of getting rid of spiders (also fleas which is why I used it in the first place) My vet was horrified that I would use this method but as I am an acute arachnophobia, believe me it is the only answer, apart from living in a bubble!!! and fearing them as I do I am not sure that a bubble would be secure.