DeNeem is a highly efficient non-toxic alternative to pesticides. It kills fleas, ticks, mites, ants, bed bugs, lice and redmite as well as gut worms (adults and larva). It’s entirely natural (is in fact Codex Food Grade) working mechanically to kill the bugs not chemically, meaning it is not only 100% effective it is also 100% safe to you and your pet and environmentally friendly as well!
Kills fleas, ticks, mites, ants, bed bugs, lice and redmite as well as gut worms (adults and larva)
Contains Codex (Food Grade) Diatomaceous Earth and Organic Neem, a natural flea repellant
100% Natural and Environmentally Friendly
Easy to apply
Safe for Humans and Pets
Mechanical mode of action so bugs cannot build up a tolerance
*This product does exactly what it says on the tin. If it doesn't, you get your money back. Simple.
How to use DeNeem
If you have a problem with your pet it’s best to treat pet and home at the same time, killing adults and eggs at the same time. Dust your pet as if you were applying talk to their coats. Pay particular attention to their the base of their tail, back, armpits, behind ears, everywhere really. Sprinkle on their bedding, the floor underneath, your carpet, along floorboards, low lying cupboards, everywhere. Leave for 2-3 days and vacuum. Please go easy with the amount you use in your house. DeNeem kills baddies but can do in your vacuum if you use too way much. For severe infestations, you may need to apply several times during the course of a month as these little baddies could be literally anywhere. Moreover, their eggs hatch 7 – 21 days later, so a month will cover any adults you miss. ￼
This powder is very fine. It is easily applied by hand but maybe wear a glove or it dries your hand out like talc. A puffer bottle is best. Until recently we have a puffer bottle for sale with this product. However, it is simply too bulky to post internationally, making the postage charges too high. Most folk are using a 500ml plastic bottle and making a hole in the top to squirt the powder through. Here's a (pretty poor) youtube video that will explain how to do it at home!