How To Use the Mosquito Repellent Button Bracelet-KV
Congratulations and thank you for choosing the Mosquito Repellant Button Bracelet. Please read the manual carefully and comply with all the requirements before using.
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Adult supervision is required. Use scissors to cut open the foil package at the top from one indentation to the other. Please note that after the package is cut open there is a zip lock that can be pulled apart, use this zip lock to seal and store your bracelet and keep it fresh and potent between uses. Pull out the bracelet. Place the bracelet around your wrist or ankle and line up plastic button with the nearest cut out hole. Make note of the hole, punch through with the plastic button on the end of the bracelet. If it’s difficult to punch through and fasten, then use a small knife to open the button hole a little before fastening the button on to the hole.
You’re ready to go! Pull open the wrist band and fasten it around your child or family member’s wrist or ankle. Each one of these bracelets will provide protection from mosquitoes, flies, midges and other nuisance insects for up to 7 days-and you get 6 bracelets with each purchase, that’s 42 days total protection. The bracelet will last for 3 years unopened. Once opened, store your bracelet in its zip lock bag to preserve potency.
• Although not toxic, the bracelet is not recommended for children under 4.
• Do not let children lick or eat the bracelet. (Once a child tastes how bitter it is, they will not attempt another taste.)
Finally enjoy the outdoors without being annoyed and harassed by flying, biting insects. Take these bracelets with you and keep a few in the glove box, boat, trailer or with your camping gear for protection anytime outdoors.