Send us your clothes.
We'll add insect repellent.

Adding Insect Shield Technology to your favorite outdoor clothes is easy.

Insect Shield Your Own Clothing

What's the best way to treat clothes with permethrin? Use our insect repellent clothing treatment service. Skip the hassle of spraying permethrin on clothing yourself. Just send us your clothes, and we’ll treat them for you! The repellency lasts up to 5 times longer than permethrin spray or clothes wash.

Here's how the process works

Send in your favorite outdoor clothes to get treated with Insect Shield's advanced permethrin treatment

Step 1: Send in your favorite outdoor clothes

After selecting our Per Piece option or our convenient one price Easy Pack prepaid shipping envelope option, decide which items you'd like treated with our advanced insect repellent technology.

Send us your clothes to our permethrin treatment facility

Step 2: We treat them and send them back to you

After we receive your items, we'll treat them. The processing time for this step may vary by season, which can range 3-10 business days. Next, we'll send your clothes, with the added bonus of insect repellency, back to you.

Enjoy protection from insects with your new permethrin treated clothing

Step 3: You enjoy odorless and long-lasting insect protection

Now you'll enjoy your outdoor adventures with peace of mind, knowing your clothes repel mosquitoes, ticks, ants, flies, chiggers and midges, including those that may carry dangerous diseases.

Per Piece

The Per Piece treatment option is a great way to try Insect Shield on your own clothes. Send in as few as 1 item, or 20+. We’ll add permethrin bug repellent and send them back to you.

✅ Send in the exact items you want treated
✅ Starting at only $9.00 per item
✅ Use any shipping carrier you’d like
〰 Shipping costs not included

Option #2
Easy Packs

Avoid the inconvenience of finding a box or printing shipping labels. Order as many Easy Pack prepaid shipping envelopes as you need. Fill them up to send us multiple clothing items.

✅ Fill a prepaid envelope with as many items as you'd like
✅ Great for treating smaller items like socks
✅ All shipping costs are included
✅ Starting at $119.95

Frequently Asked Questions

Insect Shield Your Clothes is a service that treats clothing with permethrin. You send in your clothes by the piece or by the flat rate pack, and we treat them with our advanced permethrin repellent.

The permethrin treatment binds to the fabric fibers, forming a long-lasting and effective barrier that helps repel insects.

Insect Shield treatment becomes built into the product, where sprays sit on top of fabric fibers, washing off more rapidly.

Insect Shield’s permethrin-treated clothing received the first-ever EPA safety rating of Category IV, which is the highest safety level awarded. Learn More

The effectiveness of the treatment lasts the expected lifetime of the product, no reapplication is needed.

Yes, you can wash treated clothing. Normal home laundering is recommended. Just no dry cleaning.

Insect Shield provides protection against biting insects, including mosquitoes, ticks, ants, flies, chiggers, and midges.

Insect Shield can be applied to a variety of clothing items, including shirts, pants, socks, and hats. Only sewn garments can be treated; not unsewn fabric. Items that are not permitted include undergarments, waterproof or water-resistant items, or items with a care label that reads “Dry Clean Only,” “Do Not Tumble Dry,” or “Line Dry Only.”

Insect Shield treatment is different from DIY sprays. Our treatment is applied in our state-of-the-art facilities and binds to fabric fibers creating built-in insect protection. DIY permethrin sprays sit on top of fabric fibers and are best for things like shoes and gear.

Yes, Insect Shield provides effective protection against ticks, which is crucial for individuals spending time in areas where tick-borne diseases are a concern.

It's recommended to store treated clothing in a climate controlled, dry place. Avoid direct sunlight and extreme temperatures, as they may affect the longevity of the permethrin treatment.