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New Horse, New Needs! What? When? How?

There’s no denying, the hunt for a new horse is seriously hard work but when you’ve finally found the right one for you, there’s really nothing more exciting! The minute the deposit is handed over, the race is on… There’s lots to be done. From insurance and passport changes to feed and daily care, the list is endless. Here we take a look at just some of the things you might need to consider.

Headcollar & Leadrope

A headcollar is a headcollar, right? Wrong! Not only do you need to find the perfect colour but there are lots of styles too. They may look similar but subtle differences can make a real difference in the day-to-day handling of your new horse. Take a look at the different types and when they may be appropriate:

Finding the right headcollar for your new horse.

Nylon Headcollars – The most common style, these are durable, hard wearing and great for most horses that lead out well.

Fleece Lined / Padded Headcollars – These are great for thin skinned, sensitive types. They’re soft, comfortable and less likely to rub.

Wide Headcollars – Wide headcollars are ideal for responsive and reactive horses. They spread pressure over a large area, avoiding overly sharp aids.

Rope Halters – Rope halters are designed to apply pressure to very specific points on the horses’ face. This can be helpful for ‘numb’ types that are prone to leaning or ignoring aids.

Control Headcollars – Control halters are designed for strong, unpredictable and lively horses, they’re typically used on stallions and young stock.

Field Headcollars – If your new horse can be tricky to catch, you may choose a field safe headcollar, suitable for turning out.

Getting a grooming kit for your new horse.

Grooming Kit

For hygiene purposes, every horse that you own should have their own set of grooming brushes. After all, you wouldn’t share your friend’s make-up brushes!

Whether you’ve gone from a hairy cob to a sleek TB or from a grey to a bay, no two horses are the same! While we all need the basics such as a curry comb, body brush, dandy brush, mane brush and hoof pick, there’s lots of other items you may want to consider too.

Hairy horses – The key with hairy horses is shedding tools and mane & tail! Keeping their coat slick during shedding season takes constant upkeep but it will help to prevent mats. Daily application of sprays could seem excessive however, it’s a good way to remove knots and it can even help to prevent them too.

Greys – Blood, sweat, tears and shampoo! Keeping a grey clean can be a tricky task but with the right kit it can be done. Keep an eye out for chalk, stain removers and soap, they’ll be your new best friends.

Dark Horses – It’s all about the shine! If you’re lucky enough to own a beautiful bay or black horse item’s such as a goat hair brush and coat shine can really help them gleam.

Rugs

Horses come in a whole range of shapes and sizes. We hope they do but it’s unlikely that the rugs stashed in the back of your tack room will fit. Once your new horse arrives it’s a good idea to take measurements to help find the right size. While not every horse will need a full wardrobe here’s a few additions you may want to think about making to see you through the seasons:

Rugs for your new horse.

Fleeces and Coolers – A versatile fleece or cooler rug is great for stabling during mild weather, drying off after a bath or work and wearing during transport.

Stable Rugs – If your new horse is likely to be stabled, this is a great addition to their winter wardrobe. Not all horses will require a stable rug, however if they drop weight easily, are sensitive to the cold or are likely to be clipped, they’re an essential!

Turnout Rugs – The majority of horses will benefit from a turnout rug. We don’t need to tell you that here in the UK it rains… A lot! The weight will depend on your new horses’ condition and how much they feel the cold. It’s a good idea to start with a lightweight that’s liner compatible, this way it can be adapted as the seasons change and you become more accustomed to their needs.

Feed & supplements for a new horse.

Feed & Supplements

The temptation when you purchase a new horse is to buy the feed you’d like them to have. Before you do this though, it’s best to find out if they’re currently given any feed or supplements and why. Any changes you choose to make should be both justified and gradual.

The safest way to make changes to your horses’ diet is to do it slowly. Alterations should be slight, taking place over days or even weeks. As a rule, you should aim to introduce no more than 25% of a new feed or forage every two to three days. This allows your horse time to adapt to the changes in fibre content and nutritional value.

When picking a new feed or supplement, we’d recommend contacting your preferred brands support team for tailored advice:

  • Dengie: 01621 841 188
  • Baileys: 01371 850 247 (option 2)
  • Spillers: 01908 226 6 26
  • TopSpec: 01845 565 030

Vet Registration & Insurance

Time is of the essence! One of the very first things you should do after paying the deposit on your new horse is to get them registered with your preferred vet and insured with an appropriate policy!

Vet Registration & Insurance

It’s no secret that horses have a tendency to injure themselves or become unwell at the very worse time possible. Vet bills can become very costly, in some cases stacking up to thousands of pounds. If we’re honest, very few of us can afford to pay for a new horse and shortly after pay-out for an unforeseen vet bill. It’s unlikely but should the unthinkable happen, it’s important that your vet has your new horses’ details and your chosen insurance policy is active.

Not all insurance policies are equal, there are a few different types available including mortality, major medical, loss of use and liability. The price of insurance can vary largely depending on the level of cover, your horses’ age, value and use.

Always check the small print when taking out insurance, cover varies and some policies will take longer to become valid than others. If you’re unsure, it’s worth making a call, even if only for peace of mind.

Passport

Prior to purchase, your new horse/ pony/ donkey or mule should be microchipped and passported.

An equine passport is needed to:

  • Describe the animals markings, breed, colour and species.
  • List all vaccinations and their castration status.
  • Name the registered owner.

You will be asked to provide your horse’s passport:

  • When a vet examines or treats your animal – The medication your animal can be given depends on how it’s categorised on its passport.
  • If an animal health inspector, trading standards inspector or other enforcement officer asks to see it.
  • When you sell or give the animal to someone else.

Once you’ve got your new horse, contact the Passport Issuing Organisation (PIO) within 30 days to update the ownership details. If the horse does not have a passport, contact your local trading standards office for advice.

Microchip

It is a legal requirement that all horses are microchipped as part of a move to tackle horse theft, improve equine traceability and improve animal welfare.

Once a horse is microchipped and the PIO are made aware, they will upload the number to the Central Equine Database. Once this is done, you can create a ‘Digital Stable’ account. Ad your new horse to the account to be able to:

  • Instantly check and exclude your equine from the food chain.
  • Check that your horses’ microchip is recorded on the CED and instantly update or add microchip information.
  • Check that you’re recorded as owning your equine and ensure that no previously owned equines are still registered in your name – as you can be liable for these. 
  • Record your equine as missing using your Digital Stable and automatically update the National ChipChecker and local authorities.

We hope this information has been helpful! Don’t forget to share pictures of your new horse or pony in the comments. You can shop all of the products featured in this blog at Naylors.com or visit one of our stores in RochdaleCannock and Nantwich.


Top Turnout Rug Picks – A Summer of Showers

Top Turnout Rugs

Are you prepared for a Summer of showers?

After a rough year, we’d love to be able to say we’re in for a season of sunshine and blue skies. As much as we hate to rain on your parade, it’s pretty unlikely. Did you know that last year in the UK the total rainfall was a whopping 1,308mm?!

With at least 1mm of rain falling on 170 days of the year, a robust and waterproof rug is an everyday essential! Thankfully, even though we can’t change the forecast, we can help you to find the best turnout rug to keep your horse clean, comfortable and dry, no matter what the weather!

Top Turnout Picks

Green-Tec Lightweight Plus Turnout Rug

RRP £144.99 £129.99

Go green – Choose the rug that’s better for your horse and better for the planet!

  • Waterproof and breathable – Hydrostatic Pressure Tested to 2000mm plus. Moisture Vapour Tested to 3000g/m2 plus.
  • 900D PCR outer made from recycled bottles.
  • 50g fill.
  • Combo neck.
  • 150D diamond weave PCR fabric lining.
  • Traditional side gussets.
  • Twin chest buckle fastenings.
  • Twin cross surcingles.
  • Touch tape neck fastenings.
  • Removable leg straps.
 Green-Tec Lightweight Plus Turnout Rug

Green-Tec

Each Green-Tec rug uses 50% less energy to manufacture and saves over 340 plastic bottles from going into landfill!

Amigo Hero Lightweight Turnout Rug

Reviews

“Very reasonable price and usual Amigo quality”

Amigo Hero Lightweight Turnout Rug

RRP £59.95 £53.95

Holding out for a Hero?

The perfect addition to your horses’ wardrobe this Summer, it’s got all of the boxes ticked!

  • Waterproof and breathable.
  • Strong and tough 600D ripstop polyester outer.
  • 0g – No fill.
  • Standard neck.
  • Antibacterial, anti-static, shine enhancing polyester lining.
  • Dual leg arches.
  • Classic double fastened front.
  • Twin cross surcingles.
  • Hood compatible.
  • Complete the collection with a Delphinium Blue headcollar and cooler!

ComFiTec Plus Dynamic Lightweight Turnout Rug

RRP £109.99 £99.99

All about ombre? Pink, purple and practical – This one’s a real Summer stunner.

  • Waterproof and breathable – Hydrostatic pressure tested to 2000mm plus. Moisture vapour tested to 3000g/m2 plus.
  • 1200D triple weave outer shell.
  • 0g – No fill.
  • Standard neck.
  • Memory foam wither relief pad.
  • Ezi-Clip front closures with touch tape.
  • Traditional side gusset.
  • Twin cross surcingles.
  • Removable leg straps.
  • Hood compatible.

Mio Lite Standard Turnout Rug

RRP £55.95 £50.50

No frills, only functionality! Combining value and versatility the marvellous Mio is a must-have this Summer.

  • Waterproof and breathable.
  • 600D polyester outer.
  • Antibacterial, anti-static shine enhancing polyester lining.
  • 0g – No fill.
  • Standard neck.
  • Front leg arches.
  • Twin classic front closures.
  • Twin cross surcingles.

Saxon Defiant Turnout Rug

RRP £54.99 £49.99

Dare to defy the British weather? Offering brilliance on a budget this terrific turnout is not only a fantastic price but great value too.

  • Waterproof and breathable.
  • 600D triple weave ripstop outer to limit tares.
  • 0g – No fill.
  • Twin surcingle chest closures.
  • Low cross surcingles.
  • Standard tail flap.
  • Fillet string.

Storage & Washing Essentials

 Shires Storage Bag

Shires Rug Storage Bag 

Dreaming of a tidy tack room? The ultimate storage solution, don’t forget a Shires Rug Bag!

  • Wipe clean outer.
  • Zip closure.
  • East lift handles.
  • Small will hold approximately 2 rugs.
  • Large will hold approximately 5 rugs.

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Horsewear Wash Bag

Horsewear Wash Bag

No more smelly stable rugs and fury fleeces! Ditch the dirt with a Horsewear Wash Bag.

  • Use to clean rugs, numnahs etc.
  • Prevent damage to your washing machine.
  • Zip fastening.
  • Small 41cm x 54cm.
  • Large 58cm x 75cm.

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Have you spotted the perfect rug to tackle a Summer of showers? You can shop all of the products featured in this blog at Naylors.com or visit one of our stores in RochdaleCannock or Nantwich.


Lightweight Layers – Saddle Up In Style

Take a look at our top lightweight layers including jackets, gilets and jumpers. We’ve got you covered for every eventuality.

There’s nothing worse than being caught out by the weather! There’s no denying after what feels like a very long and cold winter, we’re all ecstatic to look out the window to find the sun is shining. As equestrians we’re tough! Anything above 15 degrees is easily T-shirt weather. Unfortunately though, living here in the UK the clouds are usually looming just over the horizon. So, whatever the weather has in store for us this season, we’re here to help make sure that come rain or shine nothing will spoil your Summer in the saddle.

Lightweight Layers – Jackets

There’s no fair weather riders here! It’s finally Summer and there’s no way we’ll be put off by a little (or a lot of) rain. If you’re looking to keep dry during wet weather there’s really only one thing for it… A lightweight, waterproof jacket!

Lightweight Layers - Aubrion Hackney Rain Jacket

Aubrion Hackney Rain Jacket

RRP £64.99 £58.50

  • Showerproof.
  • Concealed riding pleats for freedom-of-movement in the saddle.
  • Full moisture wicking lining.
  • Drawstring hood and waist.
  • Two way zip.
  • Taped seams.
  • Elasticated cuffs.
Lightweight Layers - Aubrion Homerton Bomber Jacket

Aubrion Homerton Bomber Jacket

RRP £69.99 £62.99

  • Waterproof and breathable.
  • High collar.
  • Taped seams.
  • Lightweight padded lining.
  • Elasticated knitted cuffs and hem.
  • Two exterior zip pockets.
  • Adult and child sizes.
Lightweight Layers - Horze Billie PU Rain Jacket

Horze Billie PU Rain Jacket

RRP £52.99

  • Waterproof PU outer.
  • Large drawstring hood.
  • Adjustable cuffs.
  • Large pockets.
  • 2-way front zipper.
Lightweight Layers - LeMieux Waterproof Team Jacket

LeMieux Waterproof Team Jacket

RRP £89.95

  • Waterproof and windproof.
  • Taped seams.
  • Zipped underarm ventilation.
  • Zipped pockets.
  • Zip up front.
  • Elasticated hem and cuffs.
  • High collar.

Lightweight Layers – Gilets

With Winter gone and forgotten, we’re all up for making the most of every minute of daylight! One thing is for sure though, early mornings and late nights can be chilly! Ideal for keeping your core warm, a gorgeous gilet is a great option for in the saddle and around the yard!

Lightweight Layers - Bridleway Keswick Gilet

Bridleway Keswick Gilet

RRP £34.99

  • High collar.
  • Cosy fleece fabric.
  • Tailored fit.
  • Zip up front.
  • Hidden zip pockets.
  • Available for him, her and children.
Lightweight Layers -  Aubrion Vale Light Gilet

Aubrion Vale Light Gilet

RRP £49.99 £44.99

  • Lightly padded stretch softshell body.
  • Full two-way front zip.
  • Two concealed zip pockets.
  • Fleece lining.
  • Elasticated arm holes.
  • Drawstring lower hem with dipped rear.

Lightweight Layers – Hoodies / Tops

There’s no more versatile addition to your Summer wardrobe than a handy hoody! Cosy and comfortable, they’re ideal for dry days as an extra layer. Add them over your favourite base layer or under a lightweight jacket on a cold and soggy day for additional defence against the elements.

Lightweight Layers - Aubrion Latimer Hoodie

Aubrion Latimer Hoodie

RRP £39.99 £35.99

  • Cowl neck.
  • Fleece lining.
  • Drawstring hood.
  • Front kangaroo pocket.
  • Ribbed thumb holes.
  • Knitted elasticated hem.
  • Available in adult and child sizes.
Lightweight Layers - Ariat Wilde Full Zip Sweatshirt

Ariat Wilde Full Zip Sweatshirt

RRP £80.00

  • AriatTEK Cold Series.
  • Moisture Movement Technology.
  • Quilted panelling.
  • Performance fleece lining.
  • High collar and removable hood.
  • Two-way front zip.
  • Hidden pockets.
  • Drop tail hem.

We hope that this blog has helped you to find the perfect lightweight layers to add to your riding wardrobe. You can shop all of the products featured in this blog at Naylors.com or visit one of our stores in RochdaleCannock and Nantwich.


Equilibrium Stellar Headcollar and Leadrope

Equilibrium Stellar Headcollar

Turning out in headcollars is a total no-go, right? It’s true, we’ve all heard some horrific horror stories, resulting in incomprehensible injuries and in some tragic cases even fatalities. Thankfully though, lessons have been learnt, times have changed and designs have evolved massively. Paving the way forward for safety, we’re super excited to tell you about the Equilibrium Stellar headcollar.

Headcollars

There’s no arguing the most used piece of equipment owned by any equestrian is a headcollar. Whether we’re bringing in, turning out, tying up or travelling, they’re completely essential. In fact, a whopping 88% of us use them every single day. But oddly enough, excluding anatomical options, there’s been few changes to their design for many many years.

As a community, it’s easy for us to say if it isn’t broken, don’t fix it! However, we’re told time and time again safety always come first, whether it’s riding in a hat, using gloves, wearing hi-vis or never walking behind a horse. So, how often do we realistically ask ourselves “How safe is my horses headcollar?”

Is your headcollar safe?

The answer: Not as often as we should! Equilibrium asked Dr David Marlin to undertake a survey. He looked at 5,615 horse owners to find out just how common problems are. Spoiler: What he found is a total eye-opener:

  • Almost 1 in 3 horses have been injured as a result of a headcollar related incident.
  • More than 1 in 7 people have been injured as a result of a headcollar related incident.
  • 167 horses were fatally injured as a result of a headcollar incident.

Traditional headcollars are designed to be tough, hard wearing and durable. From leather and webbing to field safe and foal, multiple tests were completed on a whole range of options to find out just how strong they really are. Scarily, some headcollars were so hard to break you’d be able to suspend your horses entire body weight from them (600kg) and they still wouldn’t budge!

Designing The Stellar

The first step Equilibrium took was to find out what injuries are common and how they are occurring. Horses are by nature flight animals, prone to panicking. You really don’t need us to tell you this but they can easily lose their cool, especially if they feel trapped or restricted. Whether it’s a plastic bag, a loud bang or a shadow, when something scares your horse their first response is to run away from it. Unfortunately, if they’re wearing a headcollar and are either tied up or stuck, they can’t flee.

Pressure release table

In their failed attempts to run force is exerted on their sensitive poll, nose and cheeks, this triggers panic. Much like people, panicked horses are irrational, they’ll throw themselves to the ground, thrash and kick, before giving it a second thought. For those of us who’ve sadly witnessed this is really distressing and can result in a wide range of injuries including bruising, cuts and fractures.

The Solution

There’s really only one solution to preventing these incidents… Release. Horses will always be unpredictable, while we can work on desensitising and teaching them to react calmly, we can’t expect them to completely disregard what they’re programmed to do. So, in order for a headcollar to be truly safe it must give under pressure. But that isn’t practical, right? No one wants their horse breaking loose when the slightest pressure is applied, that wouldn’t exactly be safe either! That’s why creating the Stellar was all about providing a happy medium and that’s where testing comes in.

Testing

Not only was the Stellar being designed to be field safe, it had to be practical and usable. After all, we wouldn’t go changing headcollars for essential tasks like leading or tying up. So, following lots of testing both in the lab and on a yard, it was found that the optimum release point is 83kg of downward force. This is much lower than most other headcollars but strong enough for everyday use!

The Final Stellar Range

Equilibrium Stellar Headcollar
Equilibrium Stellar Headcollar

Equilibrium Stellar Headcollar

  • Durable, weatherproof PVC material.
  • Stainless steel fittings.
  • Neoprene padding on the headpiece and nosepiece for comfort.
  • Reusable safety release system.
  • Matching leadrope.
  • Available in Black, Brown and Navy.
Equilibrium Stellar Headcollar
Equilibrium Stellar Headcollar
Equilibrium Stellar Headcollar

Equilibrium Stellar Leadrope

  • 1.8 metre lead rope.
  • Grip enhancing rubber collar and end cuff.
  • Nylon material suitable for use in all weathers.
  • Use with Stellar Headcollar to ensure consistent safety release.
  • Available in Black and Brown.
 Equilibrium Stellar Leadrope
 Equilibrium Stellar Leadrope

Cleaning & Care

Super easy to care for, simply clean with a soft cloth or sponge and warm water. Dry with a towel or naturally.

 You can shop the products featured in this blog at Naylors.com or visit one of our stores in RochdaleCannock or Nantwich. If you require further advice, please leave a comment or give or customer service team a call on 01706 507 555.


Fly Spray & Repellent – What’s inside?

Fly Spray Carr & Day & Martin

Shaking heads, swishing tails, itching skin and stomping hooves… That’s right, it’s officially fly season! There’s no denying, buzzing bugs can be a real Summer spoiler. We spend all Winter desperate to allow our horses some well deserved turnout time and when it’s finally possible they’re swarmed by insects! Thankfully, it doesn’t have to be that way. Here we take a look at the ingredients you might come across in fly spray, what they are, how they work and when they’re suitable.

Fly Spray Ingredients

DEET

You may have noticed that some fly repellents contain a substance called N,N-Diethyl-m-toluamide, more commonly known as ‘DEET’. This man-made chemical was actually developed in 1944 by Samuel Gertler, created for use by the US army while in the jungle. In 1957, it became more readily available, often used for the production of both human and animal insect deterrents.

Scientists believe it isn’t the smell of DEET that makes it effective, it actually works by interfering with the insects neurons and receptors. It prevents bugs detecting the lactic acid and carbon dioxide released by our horses, effectively making them ‘invisible’.

You’d be forgiven for thinking the more DEET a repellent contains, the better it works but that’s not true! Really, the concentration indicates how long the product will be effective for and after how long it’s likely to need re-applying.

Flygard Extra Strength Insect Repellent Optimum DEET

Flygard Extra Strength

RRP £16.75

  • 500ml bottle.
  • Carr & Day & Martin best seller.
  • 20% DEET, one of the highest concentrations available.
  • Up to 12 Hours of protection.
  • FEI and competition legal.
NAF®Off® DEET Power Fly Spray

NAF®Off® DEET Power Spray

RRP £17.50

  • 750ml bottle.
  • 19.8% DEET.
  • All day protection against flies and insects.
  • Also available as a gel or 2.5L refill.
Power Phaser Fly Spray

Power Phaser Fly Spray

RRP £19.99

  • 550ml bottle.
  • Contains DEET (N,N-Diethyl-m-toluamide 5.51g/100g).
  • Effective against all biting and non biting flies, horseflies and ticks.
  • Up to 7 hours of effectiveness.
  • Also available as a 2.5L refill and gel.

Citronella

Unlike DEET, Citronella is a naturally occurring biopesticide. It’s extracted from the leaves and stems of some Cymbopogon species, a plant more commonly known as lemongrass. Citronella contains a number of chemical compounds including citronellal, citronellol, limonene and geraniol. It has been used as a fly repellent for hundreds of years but it’s also thought to have antifungal and antibacterial properties, hence it’s included in products like Protection Plus™ Cream.

Citronella works as a fly repellent by masking scents that attract insects, essentially it makes the wearer smell much less appealing and harder to identify as food. While the smell may be off putting to bugs, most people love its strong lemony/citrus fragrance.

It might come as a surprise but Citronella is actually FEI legal. So, depending on the other ingredients added, these products should be safe for competition use.

NAF®Off® Citronella Spray

NAF®Off® Citronella Spray

RRP £11.50

  • 750ml bottle.
  • Ideal for mane, tail and coat.
  • Long lasting protection.
  • Contains Citronella Oil.
  • Also available as a gel or 2.5L refill.
Flygard Fly Spray

Flygard Spray

From £11.70

  • 500ml bottle.
  • Water based formula with Citronella Oil.
  • Added coat conditioners for a show ring shine.
  • Fresh lemongrass scent.
  • Long lasting – Apply twice a day.
  • Also available as a 5L refill.
Barrier Parasite Repel Spray

Barrier Parasite Repel Spray

RRP £11.50

  • 500ml bottle.
  • Natural insect repellent containing Lemongrass Oil, Cedarwood Oil and Lavandin Oil.
  • Up to 24 hours of protection.
  • Deters all types of mites, biting and blood sucking lice, midges, ticks and black flies.

Citriodiol® & p-Menthane-3,8-diol

When you’re reading the back of a bottle you could be forgiven for thinking this is the same as Citronella, after all, it sounds very similar. It is in fact completely different. Citriodiol is derived from the oil of the Eucalyptus Citriodora Tree (Lemon Eucalyptus). Citriodiol is made by steam distilling Eucalyptus Citriodora Oil using a process that mimics and accelerates the natural ageing process in the leaf. This converts the citronellal content into p-menthane-3,8-diol (PMD). This increases the PMD content from 2% to at least 64%.

A naturally occurring biopesticide, Citriodiol is regarded as one of nature’s best insect repellents. Having faced numerous tests (laboratory and field) it’s shown to work against mosquitoes, ticks, horseflies, flies, etc. As a result, it’s registered as an ‘effective natural fly repellent’ with the HSE in the UK and numerous environmental agencies around the world.

Citriodiol products are ideal for owners who are more environmentally conscious and do not like using chemical based fly repellents such as DEET. It can also be used for horses that have sensitive skin or allergies (always patch test).

Tam Tam Vet Fly Be Gone Spray

Tam Tam Vet Fly Be Gone Spray

RRP £18.50 £15.95

  • 550ml bottle.
  • Geranium Oil and Eucalyptus Citriodora Oil.
  • Encourages homogenisation so it lasts up to 4x longer.
Citromax Fly Spray

Citromax

RRP £11.70

  • 500ml bottle.
  • Natural water-based formula containing Citriodiol.
  • Fresh, eucalyptus scent.
Barrier Super Plus Fly Repellent

Barrier Super Plus Fly Repellent

RRP £13.95

  • 500ml bottle.
  • 100% natural formula, containing herbal oils, volatile essential oils and pure avocado.
  • Citriodiol 1.5%.
  • Helps to soothe and calm irritation.
  • Also available as a gel, 1L refill or 5L refill.
 NAF®Off® Extra Effect Spray

NAF®Off® Extra Effect Spray

  • 750ml bottle.
  • PMD (p-Menthane-3,8-diol 1% w/w.
  • Long lasting natural protection against flies, horseflies and insects.
  • Also available as a 2.5L refill.

You can shop all of the products featured in this blog at Naylors.com or visit one of our stores in RochdaleCannock or Nantwich. If you require further advice, please leave a comment or give or customer service team a call on 01706 507 555.


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