Say Goodbye to Chiggers & Painful Bites

Quit stressing about chiggers with family-safe bug sprays you can count on

3 Simple Steps

How to Get Rid of Chiggers & Prevent Bites:

1. Prevent Itchy, Painful Bites

Meet the only chigger repellent you’ll ever need: Cedarcide Original. It’s family and pet-safe, and can be used on clothing, footwear, and gear, as well as on your cat or dog. (It's great for killing and repelling bugs inside your home, too!)

Apply before outdoor activities like dog walks, hikes, jogs, or yard work to prevent unsightly chigger bites.

For best results, re-apply every 5–7 hours and after swimming or heavy sweating.

2. Treat Your Lawn

You don’t have to resort to scary chemicals to get rid of chiggers. Non-toxic Cedarcide Outdoor Bug Control kills and repels chiggers, as well as other unwanted biting and damaging bugs.

Application is easy: spray your entire lawn, including shrubbery and small trees. Repeat in two weeks and then just monthly after that during the warmer months, or more often as needed.

For added protection, spread Cedar Granules throughout your lawn, too. Re-apply every 6 weeks.

Because both products are family and pet-safe, no downtime is required. You, your family, and pets can enjoy the yard immediately after application.

3. Prevention

Preventing chiggers from setting up camp in your lawn comes down to 4 main things:

DETER WILDLIFE
Wild animals like birds, reptiles, and rodents not only bring chiggers into our lawns but also attract them. Reduce unnecessary clutter, keep shrubbery trim, and seal trash cans to help limit wildlife.

WEAR CHIGGER REPELLENT
It’s not uncommon for chiggers to hitch a ride on our bodies, clothing, and pets. They can then drop off into your lawn, leading to a thriving, biting chigger population. Avoid this by applying Cedarcide Original to you, your family, and pets before entering wooded spaces and areas with tall grass.

MAINTAIN YOUR YARD
Chiggers like to hide and breed in dense vegetation. In other words, the more overgrown your lawn, the more likely you are to experience chiggers. So make sure to regularly mow, trim, weed-eat, and clear brush as needed.

LIMIT MOISTURE
Without access to water, chiggers cannot live in your lawn for very long. Anything that adds extra moisture to your yard—such as leaky plumbing and items that collect rainwater—should be repaired, replaced, or removed ASAP.

But how does it work?

There are 6 basic ways cedarwood kills and repels bugs like fleas, ticks, mosquitoes, ants, mites, chiggers, scorpions, roaches, wasps, and more.

Cedarcide Kills & Repels:

Cedarcide Kils & Repels Ticks

Ticks

Cedarcide Kils & Repels Fleas

Fleas

Cedarcide Kils & Repels Mites

Mites

Cedarcide Kils & Repels Roaches

Roaches

Cedarcide Kils & Repels Mosquitoes

Mosquitoes

Cedarcide Kils & Repels Ants

Ants

Cedarcide Kils & Repels Wasps

Wasps

Cedarcide Kils & Repels Scorpions

Scorpions

Cedarcide Kils & Repels Mosquitoes

Mosquitoes

Cedarcide Kils & Repels Ants

Ants

Cedarcide Kils & Repels Wasps

Wasps

Cedarcide Kils & Repels Scorpions

Scorpions