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Garment & Material Care


Cleanse garments with water and a gentle grease removing dish soap.


Be patient as it may take several washes for the residue to work itself out of the fabric.


Avoid touching face (eyes, nose, skin and mouth) and touching objects after handling items exposed to pepper spray.


Wash hands with warm water and a gentle grease removal dish soap.

After Use Personal Care         

                                   

Avoid touching face (eyes, nose, skin and mouth) after spraying pepper spray.


Wash hands with warm water and a gentle oil removing soap.


If spray gets in your hair, wash with baby shampoo.


Do not take internally. If ingested DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING. Consult a physician. View product MSDS for more information here.

Storage & Handling


Temperature 

Store between 50ºC and -15ºC (122ºF to 5ºF).

These products function best between 0ºC and 25ºC.


Product contents under pressure. Explosivewhen heated. 


Store cans upright to prevent damage and leakage of the product.

Exception: Dog repellent does not need to be stored upright. 


Avoid storing any weighted items on top of head of can (nozzle), as this may damage components.This can cause the can to malfunction.   

      

Do NOT store in direct sunlight or expose the can to flame.

Contents may explode due to high heat.


Do NOT store in vehicle glove compartment.

Contents may explode due to high heat.

Contents react with plastics in vehicle interiors, causing damage.

Product Handling and Care

DID YOU KNOW ?

Bear deterrent and Dog repellent are to be used as a last resort option, and are most effective when sprayed in the eyes, nose, and mouth of an aggressive bear or canine.

Using pepper spray for unintended use may attract wild animals, not deter them!