Cedarcide Original Bug Spray

KILLS & REPELS: Mosquitoes, Ticks, Fleas, Mites, Chiggers, Ants, Scorpions & more

FOR USE ON: People, Pets & Indoors

EASY TO USE: Works fast & kills bugs on contact

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Cedarcide Original Bug Spray

The Best Bug Spray on the Planet

For people, pets, and homes, Cedarcide Original kills and repels Fleas, Ticks, Mites, Ants, Mosquitoes, Scorpions, Wasps and Roaches.

Sizing Info

How much do I need?

1/4/8 oz

Ideal for on-the-go use. The perfect size for sampling, travel, pockets, purses, backpacks, hiking and adventuring.


A great size for periodically killing and repelling bugs around the home, or for personal and pet use to repel bugs. Typically too small to resolve ongoing bug problems in the home or for consistent daily use.


The ideal size to begin tackling ongoing bug problems in the home or ongoing bug problems on your pet. If you plan to use the product daily for a month or more—whether for personal, pet or home use—this size is strongly recommended. Does not include a spray bottle or spray top.

Indoor Fogging

1 gallon of Cedarcide Original treats approx. 1,800 sq. ft.



Active Ingredients - 20%

Cedarwood Oil (10%) & Soybean Oil (10%)

Inert Ingredients - 80%

Mineral Oil, Silica Hydrate & Isopropyl Myristate



For People: Spray skin and clothing every 5–7 hours or more often as needed. Use hands to apply to face, avoiding eyes and mouth.

For Dogs & Horses: Lightly mist coat, including underbelly, ears, and tail. Massage into fur. Use hands to apply to face, avoiding eyes and mouth. Apply every 2–4 days or as needed.

For Cats: Apply weekly or more often as needed using hands or a cloth. If sensitivity occurs, discontinue use and bathe.

For Indoor Use: Spray bugs directly or apply indoors weekly for prevention. Apply to flooring, furniture, countertops, pet spaces, fabrics, and more.

For Fogging: Wear protective mouth, nose, and eye equipment. Click the link below for detailed video instructions.