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STEM TV Spot, 'A Science Lacking in Humans: Dog Method'

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Instead of using methods created by nature to get rid of bugs, a man lifts his beagle up to the wall to try to get the dog to eat the bug that has gotten loose in his room. His wife walks in and quickly stops this method of pest control. Instead, she uses STEM which contains natural ingredients to target bugs without causing harm to people or pets.

Published
March 19, 2022
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STEM
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STEM Bug Killer Spray Ants Roaches Flies
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“Rooted in Nature. Optimized by Science.”
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Dogs, Venus Flytrap

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