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post #31 of 34
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Originally Posted by hbunny View Post

I have always heard that hairspray, perfumes, shampoo, etc. attract bees.  Don't know if it adds to the draw of your CO2, but I am always the person in the group that gets eaten alive and nearly carried off by mosquitos and other vampire-type bugs, even if I spray down with bug spray!!

Thats exactly me.. I know my body heat is hotter than most people and i thought that was the reason, but im always using smellgood stuffs so that may be it too or a combination of the both!
post #32 of 34
Please help. I calked my vet cause my cat has fleas. I have applied frontline plus over a week ago. I am sti picking dead and alive fleas off of her. I have bombed the house, used borax, vacuum every day. She is quarantined in downstairs laundryroom. There are boxes in there and insulation up on the ceiling. Is there a possible way that they r living in there? I cled an exterminator that is coming next week. Anywho, why r there still live fleas on her? And i see more flea dirt today. Please help!i live in Wisconsin and it's been bitterly cold here. How can they survive? frown.gif
post #33 of 34
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Originally Posted by raaschmm View Post

Please help. I calked my vet cause my cat has fleas. I have applied frontline plus over a week ago. I am sti picking dead and alive fleas off of her. I have bombed the house, used borax, vacuum every day. She is quarantined in downstairs laundryroom. There are boxes in there and insulation up on the ceiling. Is there a possible way that they r living in there? I cled an exterminator that is coming next week. Anywho, why r there still live fleas on her? And i see more flea dirt today. Please help!i live in Wisconsin and it's been bitterly cold here. How can they survive? frown.gif

Clean up everywhere. Flea eggs do survive.

 

Wash all your clothes. Throw away boxes.

 

Wash carpets by dedicated biocide. Borax is almost nil. Vacuum - throw away the sacks after each use.

 

Re-apply front line three weeks from first application even you don't see any flea at that time.

 

Not so complicate , you will see..

post #34 of 34
I did clean up everywhere. I spent $300 already on sprays, powders, etc...i empty vacuum canister in sealed bag and throw away..i have washed every linen twice now. The only thing i haven't done is throw away the boxes because we have our items in them
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