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A 100% safe and effective tick removal sstem from humans and pets.

C.d.c. and the lymes desease foundation recomends never use any home remidies such as , vaseline, nail polish, burned out match tips, or gadget to pluck the tick off of its hosts. any disturbance of the tick while its feeding can cause it to regurgitate its infectious deasease back into it's host. arctick when used, you spray the tick one time and it kills the tick along with its (infectious desease) instantley, by freezing it to death within a split section, all of its bodily fluids are frozen solid , then remove the tick with the suppied tweezers.

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