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Manna Pro Opti-Force Fly Mask

$22.99
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$22.99

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Shipping weight = 0.44 lb.

Product Summary:

MannaPro® Opti-Force™ Fly Mask Insect Shield Repellent Gear

The innovative Opti-Force™ Fly Mask provides built-in, invisible, odorless insect protection with Clear View Vision™ mesh, to shield your horse from harmful UV rays. The tear-resistant material is highly durable and lightweight. Insect Shield Repellent has been proven and registered to repel mosquitoes, ticks, ants, flies, chiggers, and midges (no-see-ums).

The EPA requires extensive effectiveness data to prove a products ability to repel insects. Insect Shield technology is EPA-registered to last through 70 launderings.

Features:

  • Built-in, invisible, odorless insect protection
  • Repels mosquitoes, ticks, flies, and fleas (including insects that cause Lyme disease and West Nile)
  • Comfortable design keeps the mask off the face and away from the eyes of the horse
  • Designed for a secure fit with strong, clear view vision mesh
  • Protects exposed areas around the mask, including muzzle and ears
  • Equi-Glo Nite Reflector material
  • Two adjustable safety fasteners
Item Specifications:

Sizes:
Horse: Fits horses from 900-1200 lb.
XL: Fits Warmbloods

Material:
Mesh

Active Ingredients:
This item has been treated with permethrin insect repellent. Repels mosquitoes, ticks, fleas, and flies. Dry cleaning removes active ingredient. Do not dry clean. Do not re-treat gear with other permethrin insect-repellent products. Repellency to mosquitoes remains effective for 6 months of exposure to weathering for non-washable items: tents, tarps, awnings, patio umbrella covers, kennel covers, stall covers. Repellency remains effective for 25 washings for washable items: sleeping bag covers, backpacks, outdoor furniture covers, outdoor furniture cushion covers, netting, blankets, ground cloths, horse blankets, pet bedding.
EPA Reg. No 74843-5 EPA Est. No 74843-CHN-001

Active Ingredients:
Permethrin: 0.52%
Other Ingredients: (Gear): 99.48%
Total: 100.00%

Fitting and Care Tips:
1. When putting the mask on your horse, approach the horse from the left side. Directly approaching your horse with the mask could startle him.
2. Open the two locking fasteners and place the ears through the mask with the forelock over the trim and mesh. Secure both the locking fasteners under the jaw.
3. Once the mask has been fastened with the right amount of snugness, check each side of the horses face by allowing your fingers to slip comfortably between the mask and your horse. The mask fabric should not be too close to your horse’s eyes; ensure the eye lashes do not poke through the material.
4. Straps can be adjusted for a custom fit. Checking the mask daily is recommended. Examine the condition of your horses face and eyes. Check for any damage to the mask. Replace the mask if damage is found, as it is difficult to repair. It’s important to keep the mask clean. Wash the mask periodically, with mild soap and water. Caution: vision may be impaired during rainstorms.

Style Item Number Model Number UPC
Horse E014792 HRS 1000189 095668944803
XL E014792 XLG 1000190 095668944933

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Recommendation from my sister.
Ramona D on Jul 27, 2018
Recommendation from my sister.
Ramona D on Jul 27, 2018
Ok to leave on at night?
Karen S on Feb 16, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I don't because my horses can shelter in a barn at night when the flies aren't bad. It's like a halter--if the mask gets hung up on something you aren't awake/aware to prevent an accident. I did have to cut this mask off my mare when she got a front hoof hung up by the border's edge around the jaw (it's very strong and didn't break but the mesh part somehow got torn). She is different about her front feet so she doesn't wear this brand anymore. IF the flies were horrible with no other alternative, I might leave this mask on a horse that's normal and less likely to rub up on something during the night.