Flysect&reg; Super-C Concentrate
Sunscreen + flyspray!
This works great for my horses who seem to be sensitive to other flyspray products. I have never had a problem with it.
May 10, 2013
I love that they actually sell a concentrate! This tiny bottle will last an entire fly season and then some. It also has sunscreens so you don't have to worry about your horse's coat getting bleached when you turn them out. I use this between sprays of Absorbine's UltraShield EX Fly Spray and my guy doesn't have a bite on him.
August 21, 2012
Always loved the idea of being able to make it stronger or lighter as needed. Really nice to have fly spray and sun screen in same product - one spraying covers both needs for each of our furry friends!
August 18, 2012
Effective and Costs 30% Less When Properly Diluted
I suspect some reviewers are not diluting this like you're supposed to. You dilute it with four parts water. That makes it cost 1/3 less than buying pre-made spray bottles, and it's just as effective. Only caveat: although I use it daily, the UV protection stuff is bunk. My black horse fades to brown in the sun, and this has done nothing to prevent it.
July 4, 2012
This stuff is STRONG. I have tried the vast majority of available chemically-based fly sprays, but this takes the cake. This stuff smells seriously toxic. Technically it is cost-effective and works reasonably well, but sheesh, it sure smells like it would give you cancer or something. I was not comfortable spraying it in the barn aisle or around students. Then my personal horse had a severe allergic reaction to it and out the door it went!
August 19, 2011
Seems to work no better than most other fly repellants... Not necessarily a bad product, but we are diluting it as the directions instruct and it seems to be working marginally at best. I'll stick with Tritec next time...
August 8, 2011