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Dawn writes,

I have laminate flooring, what products should I use to treat for fleas?

We have bombed the house twice, and we have gotten rid of the cats. We couldn't take the fleas coming in. We have three children, two under two years old, and we can't take it any more. I think we also need to treat the yard, but I don't know what to do at this point.


Laminate floors do not need to be sprayed with any products; they simply need to be vacuumed, very thoroughly, every day for the next couple of weeks. All upholstered furniture, rugs and carpets can be vacuumed then sprayed with Ultracide. Flea stoppers can be applied to all rugs and carpets to help control developing fleas. Outdoors, you can use Onslaught and Martins IGR sprayed onto moist shady areas and areas where you suspect animals may have spent a lot of time resting. We have put Onlsaught and Martins IGR together in a Outdoor/Indoor Flea Kit for your convenience.

Answer last updated on: 07/08/2010

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