PEPPER SPRAY A MUST–WITH TIPS ON USE!

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They were showing the proper way to use pepper spray.  I noticed they said it would reach 10 feet.  That is the great thing about pepper spray, you don’t have to let the attacker get close to you.  Holler STOP! Get BACK!… if you can….if there is not time, you have every right to defend yourself!

Our Damsel in Defense pepper spray will reach up to 22 feet   (the small ones reach 16 feet).   We have 2 ounce and .5 oz sprays.  They have 18% OC (oleoresin capsicum), one of the strongest, two million SHU (scoville heat units), they have quick-release one-hand operation, locking/glow-in-the-dark nozzle, UV (ultraviolet) identifying dye, safety feature prevents accidental discharge.

The UV identifying dye is great because it will stay on them for around 7 days.  If you spray someone and get away.  You can go to the police and do a report of it.  If that person would go to get his eyes looked at saying it was from a chemical or something else made up, they would know that he/she had been pepper sprayed instead and report to the police; making it easier to apprehend your attacker.

Tips on proper use of pepper spray: Push nozzle with your thumb not your index finger.  Using index finger would be easier to grab the spray away from you.  Using your thumb puts you in a closed fist position in case you needed to punch your attacker.  Spray from ear to ear aiming for the eyes!

Please visit my website: www.StunninglyProtected.com to see our variety of pepper sprays/to order and protect yourself and others.  You will also find several other self defense and safety tools!

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