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About Eliminator™ Pepper Spray

Pepper spray is an excellent choice for personal defense. It’s a small, lightweight, and non-lethal way to defend yourself against attack and earn valuable time to get away to safety. Eliminator is one of the premier pepper spray brands in the U.S. and are known for making dependable, affordable products people count on.

Eliminator pepper spray makes a great gift for a recent graduate or new homeowner. Joggers, hunters, and city-dwellers love the security pepper spray gives them when faced with an unwelcome attack. Eliminator Pepper Sprays are legal in most states and don’t require a license to carry. The Home Security Superstore offers several styles and sizes to suit any need, from a woman’s purse to a police officer’s belt.

If you’re concerned about your safety, consider the benefits offered by the Eliminator brand. An expert in self-defense in security, Eliminator’s line of quality pepper sprays are consistently ranked among the best in the industry for reliability and cost. Browse our selection of pepper sprays today to find a solution that works for you and remember, everything at The Home Security Superstore comes with a full 90-day money-back guarantee. Stay safe out there!

SALES PROHIBITED TO: Massachusetts and New York.

SALES RESTRICTED TO(These states have size limits)

The capacity of the pepper spray canister cannot exceed the following:

  • California: 2.5 ounces
  • Florida: 2.5 ounces
  • New Jersey: 0.75 ounces
  • North Carolina: 4.99 ounces
  • Texas: 4.99 ounces

PEPPER SPRAYS W/ TEAR GAS PROHIBITED TO: Wisconsin, Hawaii, and Washington D.C.

Most pepper spray does not have tear gas. If a pepper spray has tear gas, it will clearly state that it does.

DISCLAIMER, RELEASE, ASSUMPTION OF RISK, WAIVER OF LIABILITY AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT: The Home Security Superstore is not responsible for any physical harm or damage from the use or misuse of self-defense weapons including pepper spray purchased from us.

By purchasing a self-defense weapon, including pepper spray from us you understand that The Home Security Superstore does not warrant that you may legally purchase, possess, or carry these products according to any state or local laws. You also acknowledge that you have determined their legality before purchasing and that you are an adult of at least 18 years of age and under no legal disability.

By purchasing a self-defense weapon, including pepper spray from The Home Security Superstore, the buyer warrants that he/she is in compliance with all applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations regarding the purchase, ownership and use of the item. The buyer expressly agrees to indemnify and hold harmless The Home Security Superstore for all claims resulting directly or indirectly from the purchase, ownership and use of the item in compliance or violation of federal state and local laws or regulations.

Please check local laws before ordering any self-defense weapon, including pepper spray.


One 4 fl. oz. (118 ml) container of mace or pepper spray is permitted in checked baggage provided it is equipped with a safety mechanism to prevent accidental discharge. Self-defense sprays containing more than 2 percent by mass of tear gas (CS or CN) are prohibited in checked baggage.

We recommend checking with your airline as some may not allow this item in checked bags.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does pepper spray last on skin?

Pepper spray residue can last a long time on your skin if it is not properly washed and decontaminated. To remove pepper spray residue from your skin you can use Sudecon wipes or soak your skin in milk to reduce burning and wash anything left away.

Where can I get pepper spray?

You can get pepper spray at some sporting goods stores, in-person retailers or online retailers like The Home Security Superstore with some restrictions. Massachusetts and New York only allow pepper spray to be bought in state and Arkansas, California, Florida, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina and Texas all have size restrictions.