Zanfel Poison Ivy Wash

In the News

Zanfel is often in the news for the positive results from using Zanfel® Poison Ivy, Oak & Sumac Wash for treatment of the rash and itch from coming in contact with poison ivy, poison oak and poison sumac.

From Two Pound Test & A Bare Hook show - August 2013:

Ben and Zach talk to Dan Boelman from Zanfel Laboratories. If you have a reaction Poison Ivy you need to hear what Dan has to say. We even got Dan to spill the beans on a hot spot in Iowa!

From Sioux City Journal - June 22, 2013:

It is the urushiol oil of the poison ivy plant that causes skin irritation and it is found in all parts of the plant. If it is just washed in water, the oil might float around and not rinse away. ... Zanfel is an ointment that bonds to urushiol and removes it from the skin. A tube of Zanfel is much easier to carry in the woods than soap and water.

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From KIOA 93.3 - June 2013:

It's Poison Ivy Awareness Week and Iowa radio station KIOA 93.3 interviewed Dan "The Poison Ivy Man" Boelman. Take a listen and hear some great tips and advice about Poison Ivy and how to treat the resulting rash.

From the Des Moines Register - May 31, 2013:

Dan, I have poison ivy really bad, what can I do to get this cleared up?

Click to read more: Outdoors Dan

From the Des Moines Register on July 31, 2012:

If you recognize the name Zanfel, chances are you’ve stumbled across poison ivy at some point. The poison ivy wash has provided fast relief to campers, landscape workers and gardeners for more than a decade.

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