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Repeltec Surface Coating
for Flying Insects

Repeltec works great at keeping flying insects away, by turning them around with a coating that dries odorless onto surfaces and slowly releases a compound that bugs really don't like, and keeps working for months.

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Based on a natural compound found in peppers

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No Toxic Pesticides needed

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Free from Hazardous Nano Particles 

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Certified for use in Kitchens

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Proprietary water-based Technology

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Non-fatal and does not kill Pollinating Insects

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Safer to Make, Transport, and Use

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Dermatologically Tested: Non-irritant

Where to Spray

Repeltec is most effective when you spray as many suitable surfaces as possible. Because it creates an insect repellent bubble, the more surfaces treated, the more complete the bubble is and the less spaces there are where insects can comfortably stay. 

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Stop flying insects around storage spaces by spraying the sides, fronts, underneath and inside storage such as cupboards, wardrobes and boxes.

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Spray on as many surfaces as possible to create a repellent bubble. Doors and window frames, on vertical surfaces like walls and pillars, around outdoor kitchens, on the underside of tables and chairs, or around spaces where they might hide or land.

Windows & Doors

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Keep flying insects out by spraying around points of entry. Spray window frames and curtains, doors and door frames. Do not spray directly on glass as this may leave a slight residue.

(Test on a small part of curtains to ensure it correctly dries without residue - wash with soap and water to remove).

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Indoor Walls

Create an insect repellent bubble in indoor spaces by spraying as many indoor walls as possible. Avoid spraying on the floor as this may become sticky when wet.


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Spray under and around furniture such as sofas and tables, and on textile cushions (test a small area of textile to see if the material will absorb Repeltec - if not, simply wash off with soap and water). Avoid spraying on the floor where you walk as this may become sticky when wet.

How it Works

Repeltec Surface Coating is a preventative pest control solution that stops insects before they fly into a treated space or crawl across a treated surface. Traditional insecticides are often used reactively after finding pests; Repeltec helps to prevent this from happening in the first place.

Repeltec slowly releases a highly effective yet eco-conscious repellent that is safe for humans and animals, and can even be used in kitchens.


As this repellent is constantly released, it is always present on coated surfaces and in the air around these surfaces as it slowly disperses, making both coated surfaces and the spaces around a coated surface highly insect repellent.

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Developed by 

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Helsinki, Finland

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