Effective methods of eliminating a home flea infestation include: thorough cleaning and vacuuming; flea-killing carpet sprays; whole-house flea foggers; spraying for fleas in a yard or outdoor area utilized by pets and p... More »

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Nylar and boric acid are two safe, natural and effective ways to control fleas in a dog house. A thorough cleaning combined with these treatments can kill any fleas in the doghouse and prevent it from becoming infested a... More »

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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 »

Exterminators use several methods in conjunction with one another to remove fleas from a home, including identifying and controlling fleas on pets and using a strong vacuum to remove fleas, eggs, pupae and larvae. Exterm... More »

Natural remedies for flea infestations in the home include cleaning and vacuuming thoroughly and regularly, washing pet bedding, using essential oils and preventing the infestation of fleas on your animals. Stopping a se... More »

Some home remedies for killing fleas include using diatomaceous earth, using a baking soda and salt combination, combing infected pets with a flea comb and applying flea nematodes to the yard. Individuals may also use es... More »

One of the most effective flea and tick remedies is simply a bath with normal soap and shampoo, which kills most fleas and washes away ticks that have not bitten yet. This should be followed up with a thorough grooming a... More »