Q&A: Getting rid of fleas – use of flea bombs around electronics?

Question by shafarr: Getting rid of fleas – use of flea bombs around electronics?
I’m pretty sure that I’m going to have to get some flea bombs but how do I use them around the tv and stuff? Do I have to cover the electronics or can I just let the bombs off? What about the kitchen? I’ve been vaccuuming every day and the numbers are down but not completely going away.

We actually got the fleas from a couch. We’ve never had fleas until my husbands niece gave us a couch and now we have fleas and we can’t get rid of them. Will we have to get rid of the couch?

Best answer:

Answer by BERT
I have cats and have had to get rid of fleas a couple times and have never used a bomb. I went to Home Depot and got that big container of flea spray called Enforcer. It has always worked for us. If you spray the sofa it should kill the fleas. Vacuum everything very well first and then spray. Be sure to get rid of the vacuum bag or empty the cup. You will need to repeat all this in a few weeks just in case you missed any egss. Just follow the instructions on the bottle and you’ll be fine. I’m assuming that you don’t have pets. If you do they will undoubtedly have contracted the nasty little buggers and you will have to remove them when you treat your house and treat them as well.

This is the spray. You can pick it up at Home Depot if you don’t want to wait for it to ship….

http://www.upco.com/enforcer-flea-spray-for-homes-gallon

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One Response to Q&A: Getting rid of fleas – use of flea bombs around electronics?

  1. johnbenn_2000 says:

    Put a small bowl of soapy water in the living room and place a lamp over it and leave it overnight. If you still have flea[‘s after bombing they will be in the dish dead the next morning. Bomb again. Good luck.

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