To resolve your flea issue and safeguard your home, follow these instructions:
1. Vacuum throughout your home.
Female fleas can lay 40-50 flea eggs a day. Adult fleas live and feed on your pets. But, they can also lay eggs on your furniture and floors, as well as pet bedding, pillows, blankets, and toys.
While fleas aren't an indication of a dirty home, they can spread easily and can be challenging to see. Vacuuming doesn't kill fleas but will help you remove them to avoid re-infestation. After you vacuum, discard the contents immediately in an outdoor trash can.
2. Start with an inconspicuous area.
To avoid discoloration, apply a small amount of home spray in an inconspicuous area to test. Apply underneath or on the edges of your fine furniture or floors. Wait a while for the product to dry completely.
Once it dries, check that the material on carpets, rugs, and furniture appears normal. Then, continue to spray another surface uniformly. Our flea spray is designed to be non-staining. Read the entire label and avoid soaking.
3. Treat each home surface uniformly with a light mist.
For best results, apply an even layer of fine mist over multiple home surfaces including carpets, blankets, furniture, and bedding. Over-treating fabrics with our flea spray may reduce its effects. So, avoid soaking carpets, furniture, and blankets with our flea and tick home spray.
4. Let the entire coat dry completely before allowing pets in the area.
Drying times vary depending on humidity, climate, and materials. But, we suggest waiting at least an hour before allowing pets (dogs and cats) and humans back into the treated area. Generally, it is safe around the entire family.