FleaGo Flea Control Powder for Carpet and Floors, 2 lb Jar
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- Rid your house of fleas all year with one easy application
- Fleago is a nontoxic borate crystal salt that dissolves the waxy protective coating on fleas, eggs, and larvae
- Natural, non-toxic flea control that's safe and easy to apply
- Lasts up to one year in carpet
- Veterinarian Recommended
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FleaGo contains safe boric acid based crystals for natural flea control on carpets and furniture to eradicate fleas. FleaGo crystals severely dehydrate and kill fleas for up to a year or until the next time carpets are shampooed. FleaGo can be applied directly to carpets, pet bedding and into creases and corners of furniture where fleas live. But, remember, FleaGo is NOT designed to be applied directly on your pet. Children and pets can come in immediately after application. With no dust, no odors, and no chemicals, FleaGo is a safe, effective alternative to foggers and pesticides.
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We had 5 small dogs at the time, and the fleas were out of control. We tried all the home remedies. Everything from dish soap baths, to combing with a dish soap water mix. We vacuumed several times a day. We sprinkled diatomaceous earth all over in a fine dust like they say. EVERYTHING. I saw this, and was like, yeah not for our mutant fleas. As soon as the first treatment was done, I noticed a decline in the fleas. After a month, it was safe to say we completed a life cycle of fleas, and we weren't seeing any small baby fleas. It's been months now, and I have to say, still no signs of them. This is definitely a great effective product, and it's not full of chemicals. I wanted to avoid fogging at all costs if possible.
About our home. Mostly carpet. Dogs have run of the place, they go wherever they want because I spoil them. Carpet is flea heaven. Ours is basic contractor grade carpet with 7 rough years of kids trampling all sorts of who knows what into it.
Our house had an outbreak. Not too severe like they were jumping out of everything. Wouldn't use the word "infestation" by any means. But I got a bite or two. They mainly stuck to the animals, especially our long haired, elderly, mellow cat because his temperament and fur make him a buffet.
We used this with frontline or some similar topical product on all the creatures and boom! No fleas.
Not the most fun day I ever had, nearly emptying my apartment and pouring white stuff all over everything and vacuuming it up...but it got the job done (we don't have carpets, so that helps).
This is the second time we've used this (we have a revolving door of rescue fosters) and both times it did the trick.
We have 7 pets, and we have been completely flea-free for about a year now. I used to try all sorts of products (many of them containing harmful chemicals) in vain, and we always had fleas nonetheless.
Ever since I discovered Boric Acid I simply sprinkle some on our pet's beds about once a week, and there are no fleas to be found.
If you have a serious issue you can use it more intensively on the carpet, rugs, couches... anywhere your pet may lay. It kills flea eggs so it takes about a week or two to get rid of all signs of fleas, but it's definitely worth it!
After three or four weeks (4 weeks just to be sure everyone is gone) vacuum the entire surface again making sure you include the non-carpeted area. Voila! Your room (s) is truly free of infestation. Of course this will only make sense if you have treated your pets's bodies (at the same time) with say Bayer Advantage to kill the ones on their bodies.