How To Kill Fleas In Carpet - Flea Treatment Center

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Natasha, I am SO glad you took the time to explain this to your readers. I’m aghast at all the misinformation and scare tactics being presented as science across the web. Having lived in Florida while rescuing stray cats, I can attest to the effectiveness and unbelievable staying power of the Borax treatment. I was absolutely overrun with fleas until a Vet reccomended it. $20 covered 1500/sq ft. I put it down for 24 hrs, then vaccumed. Repeated a week later to catch the next egg hatch, then 2-3 weeks after that.
I never, repeat, NEVER saw another flea. Its the easiest, most effective, and cheapest way to knock the snot out of an infestation.
My cats never got sick either.
I’d actually reccomend it to ANYONE getting a new dog or cat. Do it preemptivelyh and yhou’ll never be sorry.
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Tip: In order to kill all the flea life stages, you MUST treat your home and yard again - 3 to 4 weeks after your first treatment. Cleaning your home is a very important step to eradicating a flea problem. Vacuuming, sweeping and mopping help get the eggs, larvae, and pupae out of your carpets, upholstery, tile, and wood floors. Wash all of your and your pet's belongings in to kill fleas and flea eggs. There are a few quick things you should know about before you begin treating your carpet. Adult fleas only make up a very small portion of the infestation. That means that the ones you can see are just the tip of the iceberg. 95% of the infestation consists of eggs, larva and pupa. It is essential that your treatment method can kill fleas that are in each stage of this life cycle. Remove pets, birds and cover fish aquariums before spraying. Do not allow children or pets to contact surface until spray has dried. Thoroughly vacuum all carpeting, upholstered furniture, along baseboards, under furniture and in closets. Seal vacuum bag and dispose of in trash outdoors. Mop hard surface floors. Spray all floors and other aforementioned areas thoroughly using a smooth back and forth motion. Provide even treatment but do not soak the areas that you treat. If fleas reappear, repeat treatment. One ounce of Sentry Home and Carpet Spray covers 50 sq. ft. so 24 oz = 1200 sq. ft.Finding information about the best carpet options should be easy, especially now with the accessible amount of information available over the Internet. Unfortunately, the only way to confirm all the information and claims online regarding these carpet flea treatment options is to actually give it a try.I wonder how many people die every year from flea poison? I'm having a hard time finding that data, but I did find this anecdotal report: From "My good friend acquired asthma after prolonged exposure to boric acid. (carpet treatment) Subsequently, she died from an asthma attack. This happened over a period of two years!!!" My dog keeps bringing in fleas from outside (we live in an apt). My dog is treated but they catch a ride in on him. What's a safe carpet treatment or will I just have to keep LO off the floor? I will probably call his ped tomorrow but I'm so grossed out, wondering what worked for others. I've read diatomaceous earth works but I can't find it anywhere.