Nature Zone Mite Guard 75gm
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Kills mites for up to three weeks. Natural reptile mite preventive. For use in reptile terrariums and cages. Sprinkle mite guard lightly over floor of terrarium or cage before adding bedding or litter. Apply to walljoints, cracks, or crevasses where mites may hide.
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Rating: 5

Works very well

posted 5 years ago

I have a very large sulcata I would sprinkle this in the outside area that he stayed in while out doors and my tortoise has never had mites and he is now 9 years old

Pros: keeps mites away

Cons: none

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