Kill and Repel Fleas
The key to tackling a flea issue is to treat all sources of the problem within a short window, and then repeat the process every 5-7 days until the issue is resolved.
Flea populations can move easily from outdoors to indoors and vice-versa, so you’ll probably need to treat both inside and outside your home to completely solve your flea problem.
Here’s a simple, step-by-step guide to kill and repel fleas:
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How to Control Fleas
1. Treat Your Pet
2. Treat Your Home and Pet Spaces
Spray Cedarcide Original daily on pet bedding, pet spaces, and other trouble areas such as furniture and carpeting (larger flea issues may require you to fog your entire home with Cedarcide Original). Daily vacuuming can help a lot, too, just be sure to empty or throw away the bag after each use.
For prevention, spray pet bedding, pet spaces, and potential entry points weekly, or more as needed.
3. Treat Your Yard
If you have fleas in your home, they’re likely in your lawn, too. Spray your entire yard with PCO Choice twice, two weeks apart, and then apply monthly after that.
For flea prevention, simply apply PCO once a month, or more as needed.
Because PCO is both family and pet safe, you can start enjoying your bug free yard immediately.
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