Fleas are most commonly found on dogs and cats; however, fleas can also attack human’s as well. These pests can leave itchy scars on human’s that can last a few months at a time. In this post we will discuss how to get rid of fleas quickly.
1. Treat Your Home
One of the first things to do is to treat your home. Fleas have a life-cycle of around 90 days, so treating your home just once won’t be enough. It is recommended that you treat your home at least three times to ensure that they are gone for good. Make sure that when you are treating your home to wash everything with hot water and then dry with high heat.
2. Clean Your Pets
Another good way to remove fleas from your home is to clean all your pets, since this is where fleas are located most commonly. Wash your pets with anti-flea shampoo from the vets and make sure to clean thoroughly. You could also brush your pet with a specialist flea comb from a vet.
3. Seek A Professional
One way to ensure that all fleas are exterminated from your home it’s best to call in a professional. They will use special chemicals to ensure the fleas don’t come back. Here at Willis Pest Control we will ensure that we will choose the right treatment for you and the fleas are moved with minimal disruption.
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At Willis Pest Control we are specialists in providing expert pest control solutions across Birmingham and the Midlands. For help in dealing with Fleas, please do not hesitate to get in touch with our expert Willis Pest Control team, give us a call on 0121 588 5258 or 07305 518033.