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For those of you without pets but with fleas beware they don’t disappear in a day!This stuff is good & a nice smell.After you have vac’d n sprayed the cocoons may hatch & fleas have a bit of a frenzy!I hoovered steamed all soft furnishings then I sprayed only to be bit again, I rather lost the will to live as after 3 days of deep cleaning only to be bit again was soul destroying.However nothing kills the pupae when the larvae are inside their little cocoons they are rather indestructible, therefore stimulating them by vacuuming everyday & then spraying is good & after 5 days of ‘stimulation’ I am bite free! The critters were even in my bed so every night I vac the mattress spray, recover with duvet & out my elec blanket on.Thoroughly recommend this spray, of course a lot of perseverance & deep cleaning. I would spray & leave until the following evening & start the cycle again.I also used salt for the crevices which dehydrate the fleas & eggs, leave that for as long as possible.Fleas also detest the smell of tea tree oil, so if you are prone to flea bites I would suggest rubbing some tea tree essential oil into your legs to deter them even more. - No feed no breed!
Bought this product having tried others with no success only one word for it MAGIC sorted my problem within 24 hours will purchase more products when required thank you
I would usually buy Indorex (the absolute best insecticide on the market - kills not only fleas and ticks, but lice as well). This 'own brand' version by VetUK is a 100% identical product in every way, even down to the excellent 'top delivery' spray-can design - much more efficient and easier to use and direct the spray than the usual 'side-spraying' aerosols one usually comes across. I've tried many insecticides over the years, and this clone of Indorex is just as good as Indorex (the best, without doubt), but a fair bit cheaper! What more could one ask for? NB: One can will cover an entire average house, and I've found that spraying 3-6 monthly, at most, is more than enough. Note: I don't keep cats, only dogs, and I've found in the past that cats bring more fleas than dogs do (mostly because they lie for long periods in hedges and long grass where other animals have been), so if you have cats, you may need to spray 3-monthly.