(DOG & CAT) #SoapyWater to rid of #Fleas. If fleas are a problem in a specific AREA of your yard &/or home, fill an aluminum pie pan with soapy water and set it out in that area (under a bed for instnace). Fleas will be trapped on top of the water due to surface tension of water. Change water daily until there are no more fleas! (wikihow.com)
Make a vinegar spray. In a spray bottle, add: 1/4 distilled white vinegar to 3/4 water. If you want, you can also add 1 tablespoon of dish soap to get rid of dirt. This mixture makes a safe cleaner for your counters and surfaces. It is also a very effective flea remover from all of your fabrics. Spray it once or twice a week on your fabrics and your flea problem will be over.
Also stir-in/dilute a few tablespoons of both in a tall glass of water. Dip the flea comb in only seconds after brushing pets fur once through to kill caught fleas so they don't "spring away alive". Leave it in a minute & wipe clean with a tissue/paper towel. Be patient & keep your pet comfortable, rewarding w/treats & affection. Ought to take a half hour EACH pet. Use a new clean batch for each pet. Do twice a day for a week or until fleas are entirely gone from your pet(s) and home.
Fleas are external parasites that do not have wings and suck blood from their hosts. They invade homes, typically brought in by dogs and cats. According to Dr. Jeffrey Levy, there are two issues with getting rid of fleas in your home and off your pets. First: treat the pet. Second: get rid of the fleas from your home. You can use home remedies for...