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Amber from Rochester, Ny writes

Precor 2000 wasvused twice as directed. We also vaccumed the house daily for over a month. We are still seeing fleas. What should we do?

Washed all clothes, bedding, etc. Our cats now live elsewhere. We treated the second time 3 weeks ago. All was good until i felt my toe being bit and looked down and saw a flea. I havent seen a single one in 3 weeks until today. I will assume its from outdoors. Regardless, since the house was sprayed, if it lays eggs, will they never hatch or if they do, die? Will it kill the adult. Im a little hazy on what will happen from here.


It is not unusual to need 2-3 or even more treatments to completely eradicate fleas. Flea eggs hatch in about 10-14 days, but newly hatched immature fleas will be exposed to the IGR that is in the Precor 2000 Plus Premise Spray. I would continue to vacuum regularly to help stimulate any possible immature fleas that are left and to remove remaining eggs, flea dirt, and adults, and then you could retreat with Precor if you are still seeing activity.

Answer last updated on: 12/02/2016

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