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Ultracide - 20 oz.

Ultracide is a very effective flea control aerosol that provides immediate kill of adult fleas and prevents formation of new adults from eggs or larvae. Ultracide dries quickly and will eliminate flea problems for up to seven months. (Ultracide differs from Precor 2000 in that Ultracide has an initial faster kill.) 20 oz. can.


Active Ingredient: 0.05% Pyrethrins
0.4% Permethrin
0.1% Pyripoxyfen
Target pests: flea larvae and eggs, adult fleas
Application: 20 oz. covers approx. 2625 sq. ft.
Pet safe: Yes. But not for use directly on animals. Keep pets away during treatment until product dries (Read the label).
Manufactured By: Whitmire Micro-Gen (Manufacturer Product Number: 59012799)



How Ultracide Works

Ultracide Spray contains Permethrin and Phenothrin to kill adult fleas fast. It also contains Pyripoxyfen (an insect growth regulator) to prevent reinfestation for up to seven months. Pyripoxyfen penetrates deep into the base of carpet and upholstery fibers, where pre-adult fleas live and targets fleas in the egg and larval stages of development, preventing them from producing new infestations of breeding, biting adults.

While the insect growth regulator in Ultracide will continue to work for up to 7 months, it is recommended to re-apply Ultracide after 14 days if new fleas continue to emerge.  This will increase knock-down of new adults.  Preparations and cleaning such as vacuuming thoroughly before and after treatments will also greatly affect the success of Ultracide.  See below for complete treatment instructions.
 

Utracide Target Pests

Flea eggs and larvae, adult fleas

PESTS CONTROLLED WITH ULTRACIDE: all stages of fleas
 

Target Uses of Ultracide

For indoor treatment of active flea infestations and to prevent flea infestations from developing. Prevents re-infestation for 7 months. Ultracide is also ideal when treatment is limited to a few areas or the convenience of an aerosol ready-to-use product is desired.

ACTIVE INGREDIENTS: 0.05% Pyrethrins, 0.4% Permethrin, 0.1% Pyripoxyfen
 

Ultracide Application Instructions

How do I use Ultracide Spray to treat for fleas?

  1. Identify treatment areas: especially those where pets frequent, such as in and around pet's sleeping and resting areas. These are the primary areas where fleas and their eggs are found. (Before treatment, a test application should be made to upholstery, drapery, light-colored, delicate fabrics, or wood surfaces in an inconspicuous place.)
  2. Prepare treatment areas: For best results with Surface/Carpet treatments, vacuum thoroughly before spraying and discard vacuum bag in outside trash. (This product may also be used for infested surfaces inside motor vehicles.)
  3. Apply treatment. For flea infestations, a single can treats 2000 square feet. Hold container upside down 2-3 feet from surface, point actuator towards the surface and push button. Using a sweeping motion, apply a light uniform spray to all surfaces of furniture, rugs, carpets, drapes, and around all pet resting areas. Avoid thoroughly wetting surfaces. Mist treated areas only until "slightly damp". Do not over-treat. Reapply in 14 days, if necessary. IMPORTANT: Only complete and proper application to carpets, upholstery, drapes, and other fabrics will provide thorough flea/tick elimination. Keep children and pets out of areas during treatment. Vacate room after treatment, and ventilate until surfaces are dry before reoccupying.
  4. For best results, eliminate fleas on pets with an approved flea product like Petcor Flea Spray or a product recommended by your veterinarian.

Always read the product label completely before use.

Each 20 oz. can of Ultracide covers up to 2,625 square feet.  An area of 80 – 100 square feet can be treated in approximately 10 seconds. Keep in mind that most infestations will require at least one follow-up treatment after two weeks.
 

Ultracide is for use in the following areas:

In and around Apartments, Automobiles, Homes, Hospitals, Hotels, Kennels, Motels, Offices, Schools, Supermarkets, Transportation Equipment (Buses, Boats, Ships, Trains, Trucks), Warehouses, Utilities, Veterinary Clinics and Other Commercial and Industrial Buildings

Indoors-

For flea control, follow the step-by-step directions above. When treating upholstered furniture, treat under cushions and in areas where flea development occurs. Cover aquariums and fish bowls and remove birds from area prior to treating.

Ultracide is excellent for porous flooring such as concrete, however it may stain finished flooring, such as hardwoods. Also, fleas will rarely harbor on sealed hardwood flooring.

Fleas may appear for up to two weeks after treatment. This is the pupal window – when younger stages of fleas may still emerge – and the residual activity of Ultracide should kill adults which emerge during this time. Frequent vacuuming (every day or every other day) will also help encourage immature fleas to emerge more quickly while also picking up the organic matter on which larvae feed.
 

Outdoors-

Ultracide is not intended for use outdoors.
 

Ultracide Features

*Convenient ready-to-use formulation has adulticide and insect growth regulator all in one!

*No additional equipment is needed to measure or apply Ultracide.

*Continues to prevent re-infestation for up to 7 months

*Low odor
 

Extra Tips for Using Ultracide

*Ultracide is NOT labeled for use on animals. Keep pets out of treatment area until product dries.

*Treat outdoor areas where pets play, rest, or otherwise frequent to prevent re-infestation using appropriate products such as our Indoor/Outdoor Flea Kit.

*Try using a paper towel to mark “hot spots” where pets frequent, and pick up just before you treat the area.

*Wash or dispose of pet bedding before treatment.

*Additional cleaning such as steam cleaning or mopping should be done prior to application of Ultracide.
 

Compare with: Precor 2000 Plus Premise Spray, Alpine Flea Insecticide with IGR Aerosol

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  • 74 of 78 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  This stuff is great.
    By Joe on August 15, 2009

    As a tech, I do this for a living and Ultracide is the only product I will use for fleas. My company wants us to use other products, but I won't until they stop buying it. Remember to read the label. I also tell my customers to vacuum everyday for the next 2 weeks after using Ultracide, it brings the adults out of the pupa stage and gets rid of them faster!

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  • 51 of 55 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  What a blessing!
    By Mary on October 14, 2008

    I live in the south where the fleas are quite a bother, and as we have 5 dogs that stay indoors, it has been a job fighting the fleas. We purchased the Ultracide from our local vet and what a blessing it has been. We only used 1/2 a can for our 1400 sq foot house and after just 24 hours our dogs are resting much more comfortably. I have not seen a flea since then and as an added bonus I found that the Ultracide also kills the huge palmetto bugs that plague us here. It is well worth the cost and I have found that I am now saving more money by using the Ultracide as I do not need to purchase the topicals such as Frontline or Advantage. Thank You.

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  • 38 of 38 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  Awesome product
    By Lisa on May 25, 2010
    Verified Purchase

    I bought this 3 weeks ago, sprayed the entire house, we had fleas really bad...jumping and biting my 10 month old.  Pprior to using Ultracide, I had spent alot of money on those bomb things and used them over and over...the fleas would come right back. After spraying Ultracide I have not seen a flea since. I will continue to use this and recommend it highly to anyone.

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  • 37 of 38 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  Proper Use
    By Nate on March 17, 2010

    I used to use this product as a tech. Works great if you vacuum everyday to "wake up" the eggs and larvae. If you don't vacuum before application and everyday after then don't bother trying any product.

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  • 24 of 24 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  Great for flea infestation
    By Kathleen on March 23, 2011
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    Best price I could find with free and fast shipping to boot. I have 4 indoor cats that picked up fleas from a visiting dog. Fleas were so bad that I was picking them off of me everywhere I went. Once the cats were treated, I misted all carpeting, baseboards, and upholstery with Ultracide. No need to apply heavily. I immediately noticed a difference. Vacuumed thoroughly the next day. Reapplied Ultracide about a month later. We've been flea-free ever since and the spray can is still at least half full! Would highly recommend this product and this company. However, it is aerosol so remove pets until the mist settles and wear a protective face mask when applying. It's still much more convenient than foggers.

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  • 5 of 5 Stars  This stuff works!
    By Kristal on September 10, 2014

    After spending a bunch of time and money using another product, the fleas just would not go away. I really had a bad problem in my garage. This stuff took care of the fleas in my garage and home. It's been 2 weeks since I applied the spray and there is not a flea in sight in my garage.

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  • 5 of 5 Stars  Great product
    By Eric on July 18, 2014

    treated my home with ultracide and works fast. recommended it to my neighbor

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  • 2 of 2 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  BLESSING IN A CAN!!!!
    By Very on July 5, 2014

    I had a flea infestation in my home for over a month. I bombed twice and even used powders. Nothing worked and my family and I were becoming frustrated. I came across the Ultracide spray and was skeptical because I already wasted money and nothing seemed to work. When the Ultracide spray finally came in, I sprayed my house from top to bottom. 1 can was enough for a 3 bedroom house plus basement. I haven't seen any fleas since. This stuff is a blessing in a can. Love this stuff!

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  • 5 of 5 Stars  Ultracide
    By Linda on June 25, 2014

    We have indoor/outdoor cats and dogs. During flea season it is to difficult to control fleas, even with the flea pills given to all. But Ultracide is amazing. I love it. Theres no mess or smell and it works!

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  • 5 of 5 Stars  Excellent
    By Melinda on June 24, 2014

    If you have pets you shouldn't be without this spray! Last August we had a flea infestation in the unfinished basement. They were coming in through the garage door and took the basement over. We would go do laundry and bring up 8 or more fleas each time. It didn't take long to start seeing them in the house. I used nearly 300 dollars worth of that store bought sprays and foggers and nothing. I tried the DE and nothing. I called DMOPC and they recommend that I take out all the items I could from the basement and vacuum, then spray Ultracide, and continue to vacuum for 3 weeks. I did and when the three weeks was up I did another spraying. Guess what...the fleas were gone and have not been seen since. I also ordered Suspend SC and sprayed the basement and the perimeter of the house outside. I was having a black widow problem as well. Suspend took care of the spiders and everything else that lived in the basement. When those lady bugs hit in the fall, they fell down dead.

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  • 1 of 1 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  BEST FLEA PRODUCT!!!!
    By Dannielle on March 30, 2014
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    I live in FL and although my 3 cats are all indoor, my grass gets flooded with fleas and they usually get in my house from me after walking in the grass. This was my 3rd year using Ultracide and I will continue to use it because it is the ONLY product I have ever used that kills all the fleas and keeps them away. I have recommended the product to several friends and they have all had the same experience as me. You need to kill the fleas on the animals at the same time you treat the carpet. I have always used Capstar and it works great, but trying to give them each a pill isn't always the easiest to do. I was just reading about Petcor Flea Spray and will probably try that next time I need to treat. I'm pretty sure I won't need to treat them again for another year when the fleas get in the house from me. Ultracide is the BEST product out there.

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  • 5 of 5 Stars  Dead
    By William on March 2, 2014
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    THE FLEA PROBLEM SEEMS TO BE UNDER CONTROL! The spray was easy to use and took very little time to complete the job. Two weeks later there is no evidence that fleas still live here.

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  • 5 of 5 Stars  Awesome stuff
    By Loren on March 1, 2014
    Verified Purchase

    I have always had amazing results with this stuff. I had a bad tick problem due to one of my foster dogs from the shelter bringing them in, and this stuff took care of it with one application. I still have half a can left! It covers a large area and works great. I sprayed it on my carpets in every room and under the couch cushions.

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  • 5 of 5 Stars  Ultracide
    By Donald on January 31, 2014
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    An excellent product for flea control. Excellent service also.

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  • 5 of 5 Stars  Ultracide-20 oz.
    By Angela on January 19, 2014
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    I am so happy with the results from this product. within a few hours there was a difference in the house. I am ordering more for just in cases...

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August 12, 2009 Katie asked:

QIs Ultracide flea spray safe to use around children and pets?
I am concerned about a chemical application for obvious reasons. If you spray Ultracide aerosol on your carpet, sofa, chairs, bed etc. does it have the potential of making myself children and pets sick? It can't be a good thing. Are there any secret to use this as effectively as possible without harming loved ones?

AUltracide is a very safe and effective flea control product that is used widely by professional companies such as Terminix and Orkin in homes with children and pets all the time.  As long as you follow the directions on the product label, there are no issues with anyone in the home being sick.  You should only apply this product to carpeted areas and upholstered areas.  Do not apply on top of couches and chairs where people rest their arms, fleas do not breed in these areas.  You would want to spray around the foot of the furniture, and underneath couch cushions.  You should have children and pets in another room while you are treating.  After treatment allow 30 minutes to dry and then it is perfectly safe for children and pets to re-enter the room.

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July 28, 2010 Tracy asked:

QHow long do you wait to vacuum rugs after application?
I most recently bought Ultracide from my local pest control store and applied it to my carpets. I have one particular hallway that is the most affected area. It seems all the adult fleas have been killed and now we only see the tiny little fleas. Should I continue to vacuum the rugs to get rid of these little fleas? The pest control person told me to wait at least one week to see if the product truly worked, and I should not vacuum or clean the floors because it would remove the product from the carpets and floors. Is this a good idea since the eggs can lay dormant for some time before hatching?

AIt is our recommendation and industry standard that you vacuum immediately before the application of Ultracide and every day or every other day after the application for the next two weeks. Vacuums can physically remove a decent percentage of flea eggs that are in the carpet, along with much of the organic crud that the flea larvae feed on. A critical part of the diet of the larva is dried blood, present there as fecal material from the fleas that are on the pets. Wherever the pets spend time they will shed the fecal matter and the eggs, so it is extremely important that you focus on these potential hot spots where the pets sleep. A vacuum also will remove a small percentage of larvae, but the larva is pretty tenacious, and will wrap around the carpet fibers down there at the base of the pile, and hold on for dear life as the vacuum passes by. The pupa is even tougher to physically remove, for it uses fibers as part of its "cocoon". But, the vacuum will stimulate the flea adults still in their pupa form to quickly emerge as the adult, and at this point perhaps be sucked up in the vacuum. Even if they are not removed by the vacuum, at least they now are exposed and susceptible to your treatment. After two weeks most infestations require that you do a second application of the Ultracide and continue with the vacuuming.

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September 12, 2009 Brooklyn asked:

QHow long does it take Ultracide to dry before I can go in the room?

ATypically, Ultracide should be dry and it will be safe to re-enter the room 30 minutes after application of the product.

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November 4, 2009 Steve asked:

QDoes Ultracide flea spray work on concrete basement floors?
I've heard that with sprays, they are soaked into the concrete and not as effective.

AUltracide does work on nearly all surfaces, including concrete floors.  Since concrete floors are very porous, an aerosol works well because the particle size of the product is so small it can evenly coat the porous surface and work its way in tiny cracks and crevices where the fleas like to lay their eggs.  If you were to look at concrete under a microscope, it would look like the moon, full of large cracks and crevices and crater like indentations.  Aerosol particles are so small they can fill these quite easily and therefore work very well on concrete surfaces.

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October 27, 2010 Michelle asked:

QI have used Ultracide for three weeks now, but I am still finding tiny fleas on my cat. What should I do?
We are vacuuming a few times per week, have applied Ultracide to all furniture, carpet, hardwood and drapes (home is mostly hardwood). Disposed of cat bedding. Cat (indoor animal) has been treated with Revolution three weeks ago. There are no visible fleas in the home, but the cat still has 15 or so tiny fleas each day when I use flea comb. What do I do next?

AUltracide should be used once every two weeks until you do not see fleas any longer. Light to moderate infestations will require at least 2 treatments and heavy  infestations may require three treatments. The product sounds like it is doing exactly what it is supposed to do, as you are not finding the large adult fleas, only the very small juvenile fleas that are emerging from their cocoons. At this point, you should treat again (be sure to wait at least two weeks from the time of your last treatment) and keep up the vacuuming.

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April 29, 2014 Roger from New Orleans ,la asked:

QCan Ultracide be used for cloth moths on upholstery and carpets ?

A Ultracide can be used as a crack and crevice treatment on upholstery and as a broadcast on floors for fleas but Ultracide is not labeled for clothes moths. Please take a look at our Clothes Moth page for products labeled to eradicate clothes moths.

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March 16, 2014 Rodney from Blacklick, Oh asked:

QWhere to buy Ultracide

A Ultracide - 20 oz. is a professional grade product and not sold in retail stores. We offer fast free shipping and would be more than happy to ship this product to you.

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January 11, 2014 William from Rock Hill Sc asked:

QI have fleas in my house in my carpet
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A We recommend using Ultracide for indoor fleas. Ultracide is a very effective flea control aerosol that provides immediate kill of adult fleas and prevents formation of new adults from eggs or larvae. Ultracide is a very safe and effective flea control product that is used widely by professional companies such as Terminix and Orkin in homes with children and pets all the time.  You should only apply Ultracide to carpeted areas and upholstered areas.  Do not apply on top of couches and chairs where people rest their arms, fleas do not breed in these areas. You would want to spray around the foot of the furniture, and underneath couch cushions.  You should have children and pets in another room while you are treating.  After treatment, allow 30 minutes to dry and then it is perfectly safe for children and pets to re-enter the room. Vacuum immediately before the treatment and every other day for the next 14 days. A second treatment may be needed after 14 days for heavy infestations.

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October 25, 2013 Sophia from Maywood,illinois asked:

QWhat can I do for reoccurring fleas
There has been a bad infestation in my back yard plus raccoons tried to nest in my fireplace, we got it out but they left a lot of fleas as a gift, I applied the ultra side and I vacuum everyday for the past fourteen days, I treated my dogs with spot on treatments, I have seen three fleas this week, what else can I do, will the cold weather kill them off? PLEASE HELP ME!!

A Yes, the cold weather will certainly lessen their activity. You said the fleas were in your backyard. We recommend using a product like our Indoor/Outdoor Kit which includes Onslaught and Martins IGR. This kit will kill the adult fleas, while breaking down the reproduction cycle. Please review the Indoor/Outdoor Flea kit page.

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October 17, 2013 Josette from United States asked:

QWhat is the best cost effective treatment to get rid of fleas in house and on animals?
I have a flea problem. I have bombed washed all animals all bedding and constantly sweep, but have had no luck. A vet told be to make sure I get some kind of spray with IGR in it and for the animals comfortis is the best. I just need something that will work and not cost a lot of money.

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We recommend using Ultracide for indoor fleas. Ultracide is a very effective flea control aerosol that provides immediate kill of adult fleas and prevents formation of new adults from eggs or larvae. Ultracide is a very safe and effective flea control product that is used widely by professional companies such as Terminix and Orkin in homes with children and pets all the time.  You should only apply Ultracide to carpeted areas and upholstered areas.  Do not apply on top of couches and chairs where people rest their arms, fleas do not breed in these areas. You would want to spray around the foot of the furniture, and underneath couch cushions.  You should have children and pets in another room while you are treating.  After treatment, allow 30 minutes to dry and then it is perfectly safe for children and pets to re-enter the room. Vacuum immediately before the treatment and every other day for the next 14 days. A second treatment may be needed after 14 days for heavy infestations.
We do carry several products that are labeled for flea control on dogs, you can find them here.  Our most popular product is the PetCor Flea Spray.  Petcor Flea Spray contains Precor IGR, an insect growth regulator that targets fleas in the egg and larval stages of development. As a result, pre-adult fleas cannot produce new infestations of breeding, biting adults.

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October 14, 2013 Diane from Silverdale, Wa asked:

QUnderneath the blanket is a comforter cover and then comforter. Should we spray Ultracide on the comforter cover? If so, will this kill any fleas that may have burrowed into the comforter? How should our bed and bedding be treated when cat sleeps on it every nite? We can't lock cat out or prevent him from sleeping on our bed.

A We recommend that you remove all linens and wash and dry on high heat to kill any existing fleas. While they are being laundered, we recommend spraying your mattress and box spring with SteriFab give time to completely dry before applying your linens back on the bed. We suggest that you have the cat treated for fleas by your vet. Ultracide is great for indoor flea treatments on carpeted, hard surface floors and furniture. We recommend vacuuming prior to the application and each day for 14 days. On the 14th day, you will vacuum and treat with a second application of Ultracide and vacuum for additional 14 days. After vacuuming each day, replace with a new bag or empty the canister (if bagless) in a trash bag outside of the home. Please contact us at 866.581.7378 if you have any questions.

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October 9, 2013 Lina from Mountain View, Ca asked:

QBagless vacuums
Is it safe to use a bagless vacuum with Ultracide treatment? I don't want to be spreading eggs or fleas that might stick to the vacuum. Or will it be ok since the chemicals get into the vacuum?

A Once the product, Ultracide, has dried you should not be concerned about vacuuming the product up. However, whether you are using a bagless or other vacuum - You still need to vaccum frequently and always empty your vacuum after every use. Anything you suck up can potentially crawl back out. If you are concerned about anything sticking inside, you may want to rinse it out after emptying it after each use. It may seem tedious, but vacuuming is a key part in treating a flea infestation.

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September 22, 2013 Mark from Tulsa, Oklahoma asked:

QI used Ultra-Cide, and I still have fleas.
I recently sprayed 1 can(20 oz)Ultra-Cide in home, approx.1200 sq.ft. of carpet. I sprayed sides of couches and chairs as directed by your help-line, and I still have fleas?

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It is normal to still see fleas after an application of Ultracide.  It is not a contact kill after the product has dried, it will take time for a flea to die after contacting a treated surface.

Typically most flea problems can be handled in 2 treatments, but this depends on how bad the problem is.  You should repeat the treatment exactly 14 days after the first treatment, or 2 weeks, since this is how often flea eggs typically hatch. It is common to have to do 3 or 4 treatments (treating every 2 weeks) over 2 months for bad problems.

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September 11, 2013 Kasie from Loganville, Ga asked:

QWhat is the best indoor flea killer?
I have used every "buy it in store" flea killer you could purchase. I even brushed sevens dust in the carpet. It killed most of the fleas, but now I have the little rice larva looking things crawling in my carpets. I have a dog and cat, but he is treated regularly. Any advice on what to buy from you guys? I just want these stupid things GONE.

A We recommend using Ultracide for indoor fleas. Ultracide is a very effective flea control aerosol that provides immediate kill of adult fleas and prevents formation of new adults from eggs or larvae. Ultracide is a very safe and effective flea control product that is used widely by professional companies such as Terminix and Orkin in homes with children and pets all the time.  You should only apply Ultracide to carpeted areas and upholstered areas.  Do not apply on top of couches and chairs where people rest their arms, fleas do not breed in these areas. You would want to spray around the foot of the furniture, and underneath couch cushions.  You should have children and pets in another room while you are treating.  After treatment, allow 30 minutes to dry and then it is perfectly safe for children and pets to re-enter the room. Vacuum immediately before the treatment and every other day for the next 14 days. A second treatment may be needed after 14 days for heavy infestations.

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August 31, 2013 Chrisitne from Centerville, Sd asked:

QDoes Ultracide contain an IGR and Adultticide?
Our vet recommends Adams Plus Fogger, I would rather not use a Fogger in our home. I need to know if Ultracide is a single product that I can use or do I need to combine the Ultracide with another product?

A Yes, the Ultracide as well as all other flea aerosols we carry like this product have both the IGR and adulticide for full flea control with just one product. You can watch our How To Get Rid of Fleas Indoors video (21st video down from the top) for full application instructions and tips.

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