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BUG BAG ® helps prevent head lice from spreading to your child's coat.
The easy and effective tool to help keep your child lice-free at school.

How does the BUG BAG work?
- ingeniously simple

BUG BAG combines a simple S-hook with a durable nylon tent to create a barrier between head lice and your child's coat.
Just hang your coat on the hook in the BUG BAG every day. This way the coat is protected against lice crawling from collar to collar which is often how lice are spread at schools. Lice always crawl up. A patented hermetical barrier seals the top of the BUG BAG.
No need for chemicals or pesticides.
The BUG BAG is extremely durable and graduates with your child from grade to grade.

Child-friendly
Kids can easily identify their BUG BAGS by color or by writing their name on the collar of the BUG BAG.

The BUG BAG is available in 36 cool color combinations.

 

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Proven Effective
The BUG BAG is widely used in Europe.
Approximately 50% of kindergarten and elementary schools in Holland use the BUG BAG and have greatly reduced lice outbreaks.
BUG BAG is recommended by the Dutch Department of Health as an effective deterrent to the spread of head lice.

Designed by a mom
BUG BAG was designed by a mother in Holland who was tired of
spending hours cleaning and delousing her child and her house. 

BAG THE BUG WITH A BUG BAG

* Lice spread from person to person when people are in close contact or when they share personal items that have been in contact with the head or neck.
Lice don't fly or jump; they crawl. Lice can infest anyone - young, old, rich, poor, clean or dirty.
Avoid sharing personal items such as coats, hats, brushes, combs and pillows.

Source: Washington State Department of Health, a healthy dose of information.