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Jungle Formula Max Aerosol 150ml at Wilko for £6.50
Jungle Formula Max Aerosol 150ml at Wilko for £6.50

Jungle Formula Max Aerosol 150ml at Wilko for £6.50

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Jungle Formula Maximum 150ml is ideal if you’re about to travel long-haul, visit a high-risk disease area, or just need some extra protection. 

Jungle Formula Maximum gives you up to 10 hours of protection from mosquitoes, midges and biting insects. It can be used by adults and children from 3 years. 

Warning:
Extremely flammable. External use only, harmful if swallowed. Keep out of reach of children and avoid contact with eyes, lips and damaged skin.

Jungle Formula Maximum contains 50% DEET.

Also available in Barking Wilko Store

8 Comments

Word of warning, once on the skin the liquid will strip paint! The interior paint of the hired VW Golf ended up all over our arms and clothes.

And it will take the shiny bit off your leather watch strap!

Put it on your sink and it acts like Paint stripper?!
Il give it a miss thanks.
Grab a bit of eucalyptus oil, water, a little juice from a grated ginger or galanga (Thai ginger smells great)

And just spray a light mist over yourself. You'll smell great, insects will stay away and won't turn into a walking bottle of white spirit.

Works every time!

We fishermen know that the best midge & mosi repellent is................... Avon, "Skin so Soft" Woodland. Which also smells great.

I buy DEET products from millets when travelling to India, far more effective than this, not so great however if have sensitive skin and not to be inhaled of course. Used this in abundance and still got bitten.

Whether DEET should be legally available due to its potential environmental or health impacts is a whole different debate.

tinca

We fishermen know that the best midge & mosi repellent … We fishermen know that the best midge & mosi repellent is................... Avon, "Skin so Soft" Woodland. Which also smells great.


This BMJ report supports this,

bcmj.org/art…sof

But as it says in the conclusion: Not recommended for serious disease prevention...

"Overall, the results indicate that both DEET and ASSS protect better than Spec or placebo, and that DEET protects better than ASSS. These results suggest that ASSS may be used as an alternative to DEET in areas where mosquitoes are nuisance pests and mosquito repellents are needed solely to promote comfort. However, the use of any product less effective than DEET should be avoided in areas where mosquito-transmitted disease results in significant morbidity or mortality."

Edited by: "patg2005" 4th Jan

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