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STV responds to consumer demand with new lines

Published: 24 February 2016
Responding to the massive demand for moth repellent - as a result of consumers wearing more cashmere - STV has launched a new range of moth balls containing the new transfluthrin formulation which safely kills moths, larvae and eggs.
STV responds to consumer demand with new lines
Also from STV is the Zero In range, including the improved Demi-Diamond Moth Killer and Refill featuring a 12 week life, 50% longer than other brands, according to STV.

Heading outdoors, STV's 'Love Summer' campaign introduces a new product line as part of 'The Buzz' range. The citronella range of garden candles and accessories has 16 products at entry prices all designed to be a practical and decorative addition to any outdoor dining and socialising occasion.

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