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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Can you remove small ticks with the remover?
  • Can it be used both on animals and humans?
  • Are you supposed to pull or twist the tick away?
  • If there are residues from the tick left in the skin, what shall I do?
  • How do I dispose of the tick after the removal?
  • It is possible to remove ticks with your fingers. Why use a remover?
  • How can you clean the remover pen after use?
  • If the catch loop breaks, is it replaceable?
  • How big ticks can be removed with the tickremover? "I have seen huge ticks!"
  • Ticks are not supposed to transfer diseases until after 48 hours, is that true?
  • How do you take the remover apart for recycling?
    Cut the loop, and the remover will fall apart so that plastic and metal can be separated. The main part of the remover is made from PP-plastics which can be burnt without any environmental problems. PP is just giving off carbon monoxide and water during burning.