insect repellent

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insect repellent

A commercial preparation effective in repelling insects. Many insect repellents contain diethyltoluamide, an effective agent popularly known as DEET.

CAUTION!

When applying insect repellent, do not allow it to contact the eyes.
See also: repellent
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Terry recommended finding out about possible biting insects and pack accordingly: bug repellent, the proper kind of clothing and quite possibly a mosquito net.
If the weather continues to be hot and sunny you'll need water, sunscreen and bug repellent.
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According to Kelly, the best way for people to protect themselves and their neighbors is to wear bug repellent and dump out any reservoirs of standing water in their yards.
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Volunteers are asked to wear long pants and layered clothing and bring work gloves, their own lunch, at least two quarts of water, a hat, sunglasses, sunscreen and bug repellent.
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