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Using all-natural products to remove fleas when possible is one way to remove fleas from carpeting. Salt sprinkled on the carpet dries out fleas and flea eggs and will safely kill the insects within 12 to 48 hours. More »

An adult flea can live in carpet, without a host, for a period of between a few days to a couple of weeks. The length of the survival time depends upon how much the flea has ingested from a host before ending up in carpe... More »

Using flea shampoos on carpet is an effective way to remove flea larvae. Flea larvae attach themselves to carpet fibers, and a vacuum cannot remove them. Using a flea shampoo helps terminate and separate the larvae from ... More »

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