How Long Can Fleas Live in Carpet?

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Fleas can live in a carpet from a couple of days to two weeks. Fleas need a hose in which to survive and live on and that would be a dog or cat. Fleas do lay eggs so this can be a vicious cycle to rid them but there are sprays or bombs you can use to help. You can find more information here: http://insects.tamu.edu/extension/bulletins/l-1738.html
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Fleas have a pretty short lifespan, the thing that is hard to get rid of is the eggs. In the short lifespan they are always laying eggs, so there is another generation right behind
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1. Put on a pair of white socks and pull them up to your calves. 2. Walk slowly over carpeted areas that you suspect are infested with fleas. The insects are attracted to warmth and
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The lifespan of fleas in carpet is usually about 100 days but in that time they can
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1. Vacuum your carpet thoroughly. Use the nozzle attachment instead of just pushing the vacuum cleaner. Start at one end of the room, and vacuum in strips until you have covered the
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