First Saturday Lime 20 lb. Insect Repellant which is Eco-Friendly, patent-pending, Satisfaction guaranteed. You just pour around the base of your home once a month for insect control. 1 20lb bag goes around an average 2,000 sq foot home.
Safe for children, pets, animals, and organic farming. Use to treat ants, fleas, ticks, lice, mites, aphids, small hive beetles, mosquitoes in water, and more. No respiratory hazards nor silica compared to diatomaceous earth.
Control algae growth in water bowls, pans, troughs, birdbaths, and more.
An eco-friendly barrier with multiple uses that include chicken coops, stables, barns, kennels, gardens, sheds, and more. Use as a limewash for walls, crafts, coops, fruit, and trees
First Saturday Clean Antibacterial Wipes this package of 15 comes in a portable pouch that is alcohol-free. These can be used to wipe surfaces, door handles, gas pump handles, daycare, and more.
First Saturday Repel is Natural insect repellant in a portable, pump tube the size of a pen.
My Opinion: I applied the lime around the front door as I have bees and other insects bothering me so this helped keep them away from me going in and out the door. I also applied out back so I can enjoy sitting without being bothered and it worked well. I like the Clean wipes to take with me on road trips and when I have no napkin to clean hands. The Repel is perfect for my outdoor hikes this spring. Dad will like these for Father’s Day to enjoy the outdoors and stay clean and healthy with the germs around nowadays.
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About Them: No one person can do everything, but everyone can do something. First Saturday Lime might not be able to save the world, but we believe our environmentally-friendly pesticide alternative gives people the chance to do their part.
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