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Tick Tox

    Tick Tox

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      Made in Australia, Tick Tox® is a small and smart aerosol product. Used as directed, Tick Tox® will kill an embedded tick instantly. It is designed to go with you into the bush, garden or park as it can easily fit into your pocket. A must for your backpack and first aid kit.

      Tick Tox® is a new Australian device that is designed to instantaneously kill ticks by snap freezing. It kills ticks on people and pets. We have designed Tick Tox® to fit with outdoor life so it is easily carried in a pocket, purse or backpack. One can of Tick Tox® will kill more than 40 ticks. And it kills leeches too!


      1. Locate tick (or ticks).
      2. Remove cap of Tick Tox® and practice controlling duration of a squirt. Check here to see just how little Tick Tox® kills a big tick.
      3. Mask skin with the Tick Tox® “bookmask” and warn the tick’s victim that it may sting!
      4. Aim nozzle at the tick taking great care to not touch the tick.
      5. Spray Tick Tox® for short as possible – less than 1 second is plenty – do not over-use.
      6. Tick is now dead. Dab (or better) spray the bite site with antiseptic.
      7. WAIT for a minimum of 10 minutes or so. During this time the jaws release –NOTE : the Australian paralysis tick Ixodes holocyclus has the longest jaws of all known tick. Sometimes these massive jaws take a long time to release. Be patient and NEVER squeeze the tick with blunt tweezers – even when it has been snap frozen and killed with Tick Tox.
      8. Brush dead tick away.
      9. Dab some more antiseptic on the bite site.
      10. See a doctor if any disturbing symptoms occur in next few days – for example appearance of a ring around the bite site.


      • The contents are extremely flammable.
      • Do not use near naked flame
      • Do not smoke
      • Don’t use near eyes, down ears or on genitals
      • Be aware that overuse or direct application of Tick Tox spray to the skin can cause a burn.This can be avoided by using the bookmask and carefully following the instructions. A burn presents as a swollen red area and the development of a blister. If a burn does occur seek medical advice.