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Insect Shield introduces insect repellent outdoor blanket
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Jun '13
Summer is here and, unfortunately, so is the bugs. Outdoor pursuits are about to become inundated with pesky and potentially dangerous insects such as ticks and mosquitoes, which can cause Lyme disease and West Nile vrius.

Insect Shield Repellent Technology, known for their innovative insect repellent apparel, has just received EPA-registration for a new product – an outdoor blanket, to help further protect you from insects this summer.

Patent-pending Insect Shield Technology provides long-lasting, effective and convenient personal insect protection. The durable protection provided by Insect Shield apparel and gear is the result of years of research and testing.

The new Insect Shield outdoor blanket offers built-in, odorless and effective protection. The blanket can be used by the entire family with no restrictions for use, it is machine-washable and no special care is required. The dimensions are a generous 56” x 74” and it weighs a mere 18 ounces. Ideal uses for the new Insect Shield outdoor blanket are for camping, backyard, the beach, your pets and more.

About Insect Shield Technology:

Insect Shield Repellent Apparel and Insect Shield Repellent Gear are revolutionary products designed to provide long-lasting, effective and convenient personal insect protection. The durable protection provided by Insect Shield apparel and gear is the result of years of research and testing.

In July 2003, Insect Shield Repellent Apparel was registered by the United States Environmental Protection Agency. Insect Shield Technology is utilized by leading lifestyle brands, work wear distributors and International relief organizations across the globe to provide effective protection against insects and the diseases they can carry. Insect Shield is an approved vendor for the US Army and US Marine Corps.

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