Every parent has their own worries, but the most common of it all is their kids’ health. No parent wants to see their kids in pain, especially stuck in the hospital and not playing or studying in school. Dengue can sneak up on your kid unknowingly, and the hard part is sometimes dengue can be caught in the comfort of your own home. Protect your kids from dengue, make sure your house is free from any stagnant waters that can be a breeding place for mosquitoes. Although sometimes, cleaning is not enough. To be assured, always use Strike Multi- Insect Killer Spray in your home to keep these pesky insects from harming your little ones.
Strike Multi-Insect Killer Spray is a fast-acting multi-insect killer that has a water-based formula which effectively kills mosquitoes and other insects. A clinical study shows that Strike Multi-Insect Killer Spray provides a fast insect knockdown – within 10 minutes all 50 mosquitoes under experimental set-up were immobile – mainly because of its triple action formula. Also, Strike Multi-Insect Killer Spray has low toxicity thus it is safe for people, pets and plants. Strike Multi-Insect Killer Spray is also environment-friendly unlike other oil-based insect killers and it contains no Chlorofluorocarbon (CFC). Its natural orange scent will make your house smell good and leaves no stains on floor, glass and furniture surfaces.
Strike Multi-Insect Killer Spray is available at 300ml can for SRP P136.75 and 600ml can for SRP P258.75. Strike Multi-Insect Killer Spray is currently at BUY ONE, TAKE ONE in all Mercury Drug stores nationwide. Strike also comes in other variants like Strike Coil, Strike Mat, Strike Liquid Mosquito Electric Repellent and Strike Patch for kids. Para iwas dengue, Strike agad!
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Holcim Philippines President and CEO Sapna Sood (third from left, front row) and DCACI President Michael Te (second from left, first row) lead their respective organizations during the signing of the cement supply agreement last February 15. With them, from left, are (first row) Holcim Head of...