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This is a discussion on tick expectations? within the Hunting Africa forums, part of the HUNT AFRICA category; OK then here is a question. Can aerosol spray be transported on airplanes? Most brands can be found in a ...

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    OK then here is a question. Can aerosol spray be transported on airplanes?

    Most brands can be found in a pump bottle.

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    you can take aerosols on planes in your checked baggage, i think as long as they are cosmetic or medical, and presumably they wouldnt be happy if you turned up with an industrial amount. i have taken insect repellent in aerosols in my checked bags many times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buff-Buster View Post
    OK then here is a question. Can aerosol spray be transported on airplanes?

    Most brands can be found in a pump bottle.
    The total net quantity of each single article must not exceed 0.5 kg or 0.5 L. Release valves on aerosols must be protected by a cap or other suitable means to prevent inadvertent release of the contents.

    The total quantity of all articles mentioned in 1.1.2c), h) and k) must not exceed 2 kg or 2 L (e.g. four aerosol cans of 500 ml each) for each passenger

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    Just ask your ph to have Bayticol in camp it's simple it's cheap it works well enough and it will make you as a outfitter look prepared and caring with regards to your clients well being, being a major issue or not, I do it and I know there are many others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaco Strauss View Post
    Just ask your ph to have Bayticol in camp it's simple it's cheap it works well enough and it will make you as a outfitter look prepared and caring with regards to your clients well being, being a major issue or not, I do it and I know there are many others.

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    Jaco, is this the spray that smells like citrus?

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    I hunted S.A. twice in March & I only had 1 tick on me. I sprayed my clothing & myself with Deet and it worked well. Some very interesting ways of preventing ticks on a person. Thanks to everyone for the good input!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calhoun View Post
    I hunted S.A. twice in March & I only had 1 tick on me. I sprayed my clothing & myself with Deet and it worked well. Some very interesting ways of preventing ticks on a person. Thanks to everyone for the good input!!!
    If you read up on it, DEETS is considered a poor second to permethrin for ticks. Great for skeeters but not ticks. Permethrin is sprayed on the clothes only, and keeps the ticks off where the positive effects of DEETS will be minimal. Ticks are not everywhere one goes contrary to popular opinion. I have never had a tick on me in 6 trips, that I am aware of. Still when going it is recommended to spray clothes with the permethrin.

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