Bed Fleas?

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Fleas can live in the bed of you or your pet for a short period of time. If you notice that you have a flea infestation you are going to want to start by washing your bedding in hot, soapy water. While line drying is nice, it is not effective against fleas. Throw the bedding through a hot dryer. Carefully vacuum the bed and surrounding area every day until you see no more fleas. A serious infestation may require flea sprays.
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