INSECT REPELLENTS

Originally introduced to the South African market in the 1960’s Tabard remains one of our best known and most trusted insect repellent products. Registered as a Schedule 0 medicine, Tabard personal insect repellents are manufactured to the highest standards under strictly controlled conditions accredited by the Medicines Control Council of South Africa.

Tabard personal insect repellents include the following

• Tabard Stick (30ml)
• Tabard Lotion (Available in 150ml and 50ml sizes)
• Tabard ozone-friendly Aerosol (Available in 150g and 70g)

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CITRONELLA CANDLES

Tabard also manufactures a range of citronella candles as well as decorative tea-light candles and terracotta candle holders

Tabard candles are shaped for a constant mix of citronella into the air

Tabard long burning citronella candles can provide up to 100 hours of protection

Tabard long burning citronella candles have been tested and approved by SABS and are registered with SA Department of Agriculture

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FABRIC GUARD

Easy to spray on clothing and equipment, Tabard Fabric Guard works effectively for months, wash after wash.

Reduces mosquito landings and blood-feeding by up to 95%

Specially formulated to prevent and reduce risk of diseases caused by mosquito bites, such as malaria

Tested both locally and internationally – completely safe for humans and the environment

Specially formulated to prevent and reduce risk of diseases caused by mosquito bites, such as malaria

Combined anti-mosquito and anti-bacterial treatment, utilises nano-technology to create a durable barrier against re-infestation

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TABARD EQUINE

Tabard is indicated for the control (repellent) of house flies, stable flies and mosquitoes on horses.

From the case study by Veterinary Surgeon Dr. Glynn Catton – “Conducting Insect Challenge Repellency / Efficacy Trials” – presented at the South African Equine Veterinary Association Congress 2016:

Research indicates that the active ingredient, DEET* interferes with receptors in biting insects such as mosquito antennae, that detect L-lactic acid and carbon dioxide – the primary attactants emitted by humans and animals

Insects exposed to DEET* are therefore unable to effectively locate a host