How to Get Rid of Fleas in Carpet?


To get rid of fleas in your carpet, you should first vacuum your carpet thoroughly and repeatedly. Then steam clean your carpet using flea treatment making sure that each area is touched by the spray. Finally, vacuum your carpet regularly and clean your pets always using specified chemicals from the veterinary.
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To get rid of fleas on your carpet, first treat your dog or cat at the same time that you treat your carpet. Sprinkle your carpet with salt and finally steam clean it with a borax and water mixture in a carpet cleaner. The water drowns adult fleas and the borax attaches to the carpet to stop new fleas from maturing.
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