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User Safety Warnings
- Iodine Teat Dip with Aloe VeraFor External Use Only on Dairy CowsWARNING! May Cause Eye Irritation.May Be Harmful If Swallowed.Keep Out Of Reach Of ChildrenUse on each teat as an aid in a complete cow health care program to help reduce the spread of organisms that may cause mastitis.Not intended to cure or help the healing of chapped or irritated teats.In case of irritation or chapping, have cow examined by a veterinarian.Active IngredientIodine ........................................................................... 1.00%Inactive IngredientsAloe, glycerin, surfactants and buffering agents.............. 99.00%FIRST AIDEYES: Immediately flush eyes with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes occasionally lifting the upper and lower lids. Contact a physician immediately.INGESTION: Do NOT induce vomiting. Drink large amounts of milk or water. Contact a physician immediately. Do not give anything by mouth to an unconscious person.PrecautionsKEEP FROM FREEZING. If frozen, discard.Do NOT get in eyes or on clothing.Do NOT take internally.Do NOT allow to contaminate food.Wash thoroughly after handling.Keep container tightly closed when not in use.Store in a cool, dry, well-ventilated area out of direct sunlight.
Dosage & Administration
ImportantDo NOT mix with any other teat spray, dip, or product.Use DirectionsAlways use fresh, undiluted product. If product becomes visibly dirty, discard contents and refill with fresh product. Do NOT reuse or return used product to original container.PRE-DIP/SPRAY: Just prior to milking, if udders are heavily soiled, wash entire udder thoroughly with Gil Udder Wash. Dry udder with a single-service towel to avoid milk contamination.Either spray teats with undiluted Gil Aloe Protect or fill teat cup with undiluted product. Dip each teat as far as possible into the teat cup. Wipe teat dry after dipping or spraying using a single-service towel to avoid contaminating milk.POST-DIP: Immediately after milking, submerge entire teat in undiluted product. Allow to air dry—do NOT wipe. Do NOT let cows out in freezing weather until completely dry.