flea bombs


I’ve been using flea bombs over and over and I don’t think they’re working. Did they change something in the formulation? This year the fleas are so bad I bomb and then like the next day I have fleas again. What’s going on? My cat is staying up on the countertop and I think that makes harder for me and my husband. Funny thing is this year even he is getting bit so it must be bad!!!! What can I do?

Flea bombs or total release aerosols aren’t going to provide real flea control in the home. Once the flea cycle is established, it will take a few treatments with one of our professional grade products to get the flea cycle stopped. For now, I suggest you review our online article about FLEA CONTROL. In the article you’ll learn why this pest is such a problem once the flea cycle is started. You’ll also learn all the treatment options that we know work based on years of experience.

Once you do some reading you should be able to decide if you want to spray with some PERMETHRIN and IGR or if you are more inclined to use the ONCE A YEAR FLEA TREATMENT. If you set this powder out along with some FLEA TRAPS, you’ll eventually get the cycle broken and the problem will be pretty much under control. To help during the last part of the problem, you might want to use some FLEA BOMBS but again, they’re really only good at killing the hatched out adults and till you have either the spray or granules listed above applied, I wouldn’t be using anything else.

Here are direct links to the information and products listed above:

Flea Control Article:  http://www.flea.net/flea-control

Permethrin: www.bugspray.com/catalog/products/page20.html

IGR:  http://www.bugspray.com/catalog/products/page239.html

Once A Year Treatment:  http://www.bugspray.com/catalog/products/page23.html

Flea Traps:  http://www.bugspray.com/catalog/products/page22.html

Flea Bombs:  http://www.bugspray.com/item/indoor_insect_fogger.html

Comments on flea bombs

October 2, 2011

guest @ 12:12 pm #

I have a rather large house and can I fog the main house and safely put the cat in a lower den? The den has a door that closes the room off. I plan on bombing the den later that day and placing the cat in the upper part of the house . The cat has Frontline on his so hopefully this will work; need advice.