Had sent this bottle of 'Skeeter Skidaddler out to a customer in Connecticut in mid-June. Just got it back third week of July, in a bag (which said WE CARE), with a note that stated "no such number" (thank you, Elvis).
Its obvious that the tube must have been run over by a folk lift or other warehouse mover within the USPS mail handling facility when it was on its way back to me. The end caps are totally gone; the tube has tire tracks on it!
What is interesting is that the bottle and contents are largely intact. The bottle did lose some of its oils, but is still full and does not flood out when turned up side down, IE - that's a good bottle, fer sure. :)
I like to brag on my products a bit. This year a customer told me that they always forget their bottle and leave it outside during the early Fall. After the winter they find it again where the snow pile had been pushed up during the winter ... still intact, still usable, still the same goodness in the product! (my product will remain effective for five (5) or more years)
Stayed up late last night to give my customer a full refund and send an email explaining the situation...because that's the way we do it around here.
You deserve nature's very best bug repellent: 'Skeeter Skidaddler!
Allen Pollock, ( Owner of Gentle Breeze Farm, LLC located in Windham, Maine )
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