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  • Writer's picturePeter Weel

Stop fleas from infesting your home with this natural DIY solution

Thank you for taking the time to read this DIY flea treatment! If you have any questions or you have a large infestation please feel free to reach out to us (Advantage Grounds Care) at anytime and we would be more than happy to help, Our number is 705-230-0002.

Fleas are tiny, wingless insects that can quickly infest your home and cause discomfort for both you and your pets. These pesky creatures can be difficult to get rid of, but with the right approach, you can stop them from infesting your home.

One of the most effective ways to stop fleas is to use a natural DIY solution. One such solution is to use diatomaceous earth (DE). DE is a naturally occurring mineral that is composed of the fossilized remains of tiny aquatic organisms. When used as a barrier around entry points, DE can effectively eliminate fleas by causing them to dehydrate and die.

To use DE as a flea barrier, simply sprinkle it around the perimeter of your home, focusing on areas where fleas are known to enter. You should also sprinkle DE in areas where your pets spend the most time, such as their beds, crates, and play areas. Be sure to reapply the DE every few days, as it can become wet and lose its effectiveness.

In addition to using DE as a barrier, you should also take steps to eliminate any existing flea infestations. This may include vacuuming and steam cleaning carpets and furniture, washing bedding and pet clothing, and treating your pets with a flea shampoo or topical treatment.

It is also important to keep in mind that flea infestations can often be prevented by regularly grooming and bathing your pets, and by keeping your home and yard free of debris and clutter.

In conclusion, fleas can be a nuisance for homeowners and pet owners alike. But with the right approach, you can stop them from infesting your home by using natural DIY solution like diatomaceous earth to create a barrier around entry points and keep your home and yard clean and groomed. Remember to consult with your vet for best practices for your pet's flea treatment.

Post by: Advantage Grounds Care | Pest Control | Barrie . Collingwood . Creemore . Wasaga Beach

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