Home made Flea Killer....

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LFC

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Whether this works or not I don't know. Could be worth knocking up a few spotter type bottles to leave with your clients who have pets.


Instructions

Things You'll Need
2 empty spray bottles
Water
2 drops pure lavender essential oil
2 drops pure cedar wood essential oil
10 to 20 drops rosemary essential oil
10 to 20 drops citronella essential oil
Lemon
Medium saucepan
Flea Killer For Pets

1
Fill a clean, empty spray bottle with 2 ½ cups of warm water.

2
Add 2 drops each of pure lavender and pure cedar wood essential oils. Shake the bottle well to combine.

3
Spray this mixture onto your dog or cat after his bath to kill fleas.

Flea Killer for the Home

1
Fill a clean, empty spray bottle with 8 oz. of water.

2
Add 10 to 20 drops each of rosemary and citronella essential oils. Shake the bottle well to combine.

3
Spray the mixture onto carpets, upholstery, furniture, pet bedding and any other living areas where fleas are present.

Flea Killer for Home and Pet

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Cut up a lemon into thin slices. Place it in a medium saucepan with a pint of water.

2
Put the pot on the stove and bring the water to a boil. Let the mixture steep overnight.

3
Transfer the mixture to a clean spray bottle the next day. Use the mixture on your dog or cat, carpet, upholstery, furniture and any other places around the house.



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Kipp

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or you could just use this...

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Flea control takes forever regardless. The problem is the flea eggs laid in the carpet are very well protected. Treating one a week for 3-4 treatments usually does the trick if you do a good job. I've seen lots of professional chemicals fail at flea control, wouldn't bet my last dollar on a homemade remedy, but wouldn't rule it out either.
 
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its not the fleas as much as it is the eggs, and the need to break the cycle,
 
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Thats alot of extra chemistry to just kill fleas. Lay down some Borax in the carpet its a natural pesticide and wipe them all out. Allow to dwell for 48 hours and vacuum.
 

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