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How to Kill Fleas With Lemon Juice

If you find fleas in your home the cause is most likely from your pet bring them in from outside. The first reaction when finding fleas in your pet's fur may be to give your pet a flea bath using special flea shampoo. However, you can also use a home remedy that includes lemon juice. Lemon juice when mixed with water is a natural deterrent for...


Blue Suave Shampoo KILLS FLEAS ON CONTACT!!!!!! Instead of buying expensive flea products for pets. This works in seconds. I accidentally found this out pouring the shampoo on a saved puppy covered in fleas it killed all of them which were over 100 on the poor lil pup in literally seconds!! Thought id share!


Natural FLEA & TICK dogs have not had fleas all summer and I only used this spray once!!


How to Kill Fleas in a Home

Of all the different tings ive seen, this is the moat in-depth and cumulative resource. Chase is going to love me. How to Kill Fleas in a Home: 9 Steps (with Pictures) - wikiHow


DIY flea killer for pets: mix half a container of iodized salt & a few squirts of the blue Dawn dish soap to get the consistency of a good salt scrub. don't want it too runny or dry. Scrub pets, rinse, careful not to get in eyes. Dawn is the source of killing fleas. Massaging salt in the skin helps to kill flea eggs that were laid.

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How to Kill Fleas With 20 Mule Team Borax

Sodium tetraborate, commonly known as borax, is a naturally occurring mineral compound consisting of sodium, boron, oxygen and water. Borax has many household uses, including cleaning laundry, removing stains from metal and softening hard water. While killing fleas is not one of the listed uses for 20 Mule Team Borax, sodium tetraborate is indeed...


4 Sons 'R' Us: Natural Flea Shampoo For Dogs 1 cup Dawn 1 cup Vinegar 1 quart warm water (Tried this today [12/3/2013] and it definitely seemed to work. Not sure how long it will keep the fleas off, but it killed the ones that were there and the short haired dogs coats are shiny and the long haired dog is soft & fluffy. They all smell nice too. ~J)