For every symptom of head ache and body pain we wail about to a friend, one consistent diagnosis comes to the fore – “I’m sure it’s just Malaria”. Malaria has become a normalcy with Nigerians that no one takes it very serious. The statistics of death toll from malaria infection is increasingly shocking. The World Health organization in 2013 pegged the estimated malaria world death rate at 584,000. Bringing it home to Nigeria, the United States ambassador to Nigeria remarked during the just concluded World Malaria day that an estimated 100 million cases and 300,000 deaths from Malaria occur yearly in Nigeria. Clearly, Nigeria ranks highest in deaths resulting from Malaria.
In a bid to join the fight against Malaria and other vector borne diseases, Inesfly Africa Limited developed an innovative technology that incorporates different active ingredients (natural products, biocides, etc) into a polymeric microcapsule and introduced these into wall paints. After painting your walls with Inesfly Insecticide paint, this technology:
i. Allows the insecticides to be released in a gradual and slow manner, therefore prolonging the active duration of the ingredients for over 2 years whilst being harmless to human and pets.
ii. Attacks the full cycle of the insect, from the egg, larvae, to the Adult stage due to the insect growth regulator (IGR).
iii. Protects the active ingredients against external factors such as weather and wear.
This high-tech 2 in 1 paint does not only beautify but obviously vaccinates your buildings, protecting you and all that you hold valuable from destructive insects and diseases.
Approved by Nafdac and the Standard Organization of Nigeria (SON), Inesfly Insecticide paint has a vast range of colours to choose from to give your buildings the desired aesthetic. Its non-toxic nature has made it absolutely safe for both household and industrial use.