What is Cedarcide Original?
Cedarcide Original is a family-safe, plant-based bug spray for use on people, pets, and all throughout your home.
Cedarcide Original protects you, your family, pets and home from fleas, ticks, mosquitoes, ants and mites.
1 2 oz. Travel Size
1 1 oz. Pocket Size
1 4 oz.
1 2 oz. Travel Size
1 4 oz. Travel Size
How to Use Cedarcide Original
Spray directly on skin, clothing, and gear, avoiding your eyes and mouth. Use hands to apply to your face. Apply as needed or every 4-6 hours. Reapply after swimming or getting wet.
For Children: Adults should use hands to apply to children. Apply sparingly, avoiding eyes, mouth, and hands.
Lightly mist coat or apply with hands. Massage into coat. Cover legs, underbelly, around ears and tail. Use hands to apply to face, avoiding eyes and mouth. Apply as needed or every 5-7 days.
For Cats: Apply sparingly using hands or the Cedarcide Feat + Tick Brush. If sensitivity occurs, discontinue use and bathe.
Use on doorways, window frames, pet areas, carpeting, furniture, and other indoor spaces. Lightly mist or apply using a cloth. Do not use in food preparation areas. When spraying furniture or clothing, test on a small area first.
Exercise caution, floors and other surfaces may become slick. Apply as needed to kill and repel bugs, or weekly for prevention. To clean, use soap and water.
Cedarcide Original vs. Tickshield
Cedarcide Original and Tickshield are both family-safe bug sprays for personal, pet, and indoor use.
Tickshield is simply an extra strength version of Cedarcide Original, containing 20% cedarwood oil compared to Cedarcide Original’s 10%. Because of its stronger scent, we suggest consulting a veterinarian before using Tickshield on animals under 20 lbs.
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