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We like the odor and natural approach of this insect repellant.
Regular price $6.99. @ Wmart for $9.98.
If I read it correctly, 3C's shows this as the lowest price in a 12 month period.

Family Insect Repellent for Mosquitoes, Ticks, & More
12 Hours of Protection- Stay bite free all day with Natrapel's 20% Picaridin formula. This EPA-registered bug spray is proven to repel mosquitoes and ticks for up to 12 hours, providing maximum protection
Family Friendly- Use Natrapel with confidence on the whole family, even if you're pregnant or breastfeeding. Natrapel is approved for children over 2 months, making it the ideal family insect repellent
CDC-Recommended Active Ingredient- Choose the active ingredient recommended by the CDC to repel disease-carrying insects. Picaridin mimics the Piperine compound found in pepper plants to keep you bug free
Protection from Disease-Carrying Insects- Step outside knowing you're protected. Natrapel repels ticks and mosquitoes that may carry Lyme disease, Zika virus, malaria, chikungunya, dengue fever, yellow fever, and West Nile virus
Easy-to-Apply Continuous Spray- Enjoy consistent, even coverage with the environmentally-friendly Eco-Spray delivery system. Eco-Spray releases a fine mist at any angle for easy application with no rubbing required
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Picaridin is great! I'll never go back to DEET after seeing how well it works! Doesn't harm fabrics either.

Fair warning, Natrapel picaridin spray has a sweet floral scent that sticks around for a while. It's a nice smell, but noticeable. It will wash off clothes, but you'll smell it on a hat or jacket for a few weeks if you don't wash them.

Sawyers 20% picaridin does not have the smell and comes in aerosol, pump spray, and lotion. I'm sticking with Sawyers from now on just because it's unscented.

I prefer the bottle you pump with your finger because it's easier to not over-apply and you can tell how much is left. Picaridin spray (both Sawyers and Natrapel) will sting your nose and eyes when it is in the air as you spray it on, but not nearly as bad as DEET. Unlike DEET, there is no nose stinging or eye irritating smell after it's on. I just tell my kids to close their eyes and hold their breath while I put it on, and I spray downwind of myself. No problems applying the Sawyers lotion. (You don't want to taste it though, so wash your hands before you eat! 😝)
Let me tell you this. It's a YMMV product. I did some research on repellent in the past and brought two of these cans with us to Bali. Worked great for me, not so much my wife.

Our next trip I brought the remainder for my use, and Off! with Deet for the wife and it worked for her. Minimal bites compared to the moquito massacre when she used Natrapel.

Only thing I didn't like about it is the oiliness. Made the mistake of spraying in the shower and tell you it turned the floor into a slip and slide. Spray somewhere outside if possible.

Good luck adventure seekers. May this work for you.

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never tired it , but picaridin is a must.
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This is good stuff. Works as well as DEET and doesn't stink.
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If it don't have DEET. the skeeters will eat.
Incorrect.
https://www.ewg.org/research/ewgs...-chemicals
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I get eaten alive by mosquitos. The ONLY thing that works is 100% DEET.
Have you ever tried Picaridin? I hadn't until my trip to Costa Rica in March. I love that it doesn't stink to high heaven.
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Worked for me when I went to Vietnam.
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One summer I couldn't walk my dog down her favorite trail because the mosquitoes swarms were so bad. All the DEET based repellents were worthless, and my electric swatter was overwhelmed after one swing. Natrapel was like magic. I only use picaridin based repellents for mosquitoes now.
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Let me tell you this. It's a YMMV product. I did some research on repellent in the past and brought two of these cans with us to Bali. Worked great for me, not so much my wife.

Our next trip I brought the remainder for my use, and Off! with Deet for the wife and it worked for her. Minimal bites compared to the moquito massacre when she used Natrapel.

Only thing I didn't like about it is the oiliness. Made the mistake of spraying in the shower and tell you it turned the floor into a slip and slide. Spray somewhere outside if possible.

Good luck adventure seekers. May this work for you.
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Picaridin is great! I'll never go back to DEET after seeing how well it works! Doesn't harm fabrics either.

Fair warning, Natrapel picaridin spray has a sweet floral scent that sticks around for a while. It's a nice smell, but noticeable. It will wash off clothes, but you'll smell it on a hat or jacket for a few weeks if you don't wash them.

Sawyers 20% picaridin does not have the smell and comes in aerosol, pump spray, and lotion. I'm sticking with Sawyers from now on just because it's unscented.

I prefer the bottle you pump with your finger because it's easier to not over-apply and you can tell how much is left. Picaridin spray (both Sawyers and Natrapel) will sting your nose and eyes when it is in the air as you spray it on, but not nearly as bad as DEET. Unlike DEET, there is no nose stinging or eye irritating smell after it's on. I just tell my kids to close their eyes and hold their breath while I put it on, and I spray downwind of myself. No problems applying the Sawyers lotion. (You don't want to taste it though, so wash your hands before you eat! 😝)
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Let me tell you this. It's a YMMV product. I did some research on repellent in the past and brought two of these cans with us to Bali. Worked great for me, not so much my wife.

Our next trip I brought the remainder for my use, and Off! with Deet for the wife and it worked for her. Minimal bites compared to the massacre when she used Natrapel.

Only thing I didn't like about it is the oiliness. Made the mistake of spraying in the shower and tell you it turned the floor into a slip and slide. Spray somewhere outside if possible.

Good luck adventure seekers. May this work for you.
I never did a side by side comparison, but I believe the pump spray versions are less greasy than the aerosol cans. (It could also be that it's just too easy to over apply the aerosol spray.)
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Have been using sawyer lotion but will try this one. Thanks OP.
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I get eaten alive by mosquitos. The ONLY thing that works is 100% DEET.
i use aqua velva
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