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TICKED OFF Tick Remover

TICKED OFF Tick Remover

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Our Price: $4.99

Stock Status:In Stock

Product Code: 18146


The Original Ticked OFF Tick Remover

Ticked OFF Tick Spoon is the world's simplest tick remover. It's ideal for pet lovers, groomers, campers, sportsmen, hunters, fishermen, hikers, etc. TICKED OFF is the only single-motion tick remover designed to help you remove ticks, including the mouth parts, in a timely and effective manner, with your safety in mind. The simple plastic tool is easy to hold and use and has been proven in removing disease carrying ticks from animals and people.

Directions: May be used in any direction, front, back or side, to remove ticks. Once the tick has been isolated, is clearly visible and free from obstruction, place the wide part of the notch on the skin near the tick (hold skin taut if necessary). Applying slight pressure downward on the skin, slide the remover forward so the small part of the "V" notch is framing the tick. Continuous forward sliding motion of the remover detaches the tick. The tick is now entirely removed.

Dispose to the tick or save for testing. Treat the wound as needed.

Clean the tick remover with alcohol or similar disinfectant.

For adult and adult-supervised use; not at toy.

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