10 Best Flea Killer For Carpet

Updated on: October 2020

Best Flea Killer For Carpet in 2020


Vet's Best Flea and Tick Home Spray | Flea Treatment for Dogs and Home | Flea Killer with Certified Natural Oils | 32 Ounces

Vet's Best Flea and Tick Home Spray | Flea Treatment for Dogs and Home | Flea Killer with Certified Natural Oils | 32 Ounces
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • NO HARSH CHEMICALS: Vet’s Best Flea and Tick Home Spray kills fleas, flea larvae, flea eggs, ticks and mosquitoes by contact without harsh chemicals
  • PROVEN EFFECTIVE: Whether facing an active infestation or are applying for routine prevention, our spray is scientifically proven effective against pests but gentle enough to use around the whole family
  • CERTIFIED NATURAL OILS: Each steam distilled essential oil is selected for its potent pest fighting properties and is 100% Certified Natural
  • TOTAL HOME DEFENSE: Applies easily on surfaces, indoors and out, including dog bedding, crates, furniture, blankets, upholstery, carpets, outdoor surfaces, and more. Also gentle enough to be applied directly on dogs and puppies 12 weeks or older

HARRIS Diatomaceous Earth Food Grade, 4lb with Powder Duster Included in The Bag

HARRIS Diatomaceous Earth Food Grade, 4lb with Powder Duster Included in The Bag
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Natural Product - Composed of 4lbs of 100% ground freshwater diatomaceous earth with absolutely no additives or fillers.
  • OMRI Listed - Listed with the Organic Minerals Research Institute, a non-profit organization that reviews products against organic standards.
  • Powder Duster Included - Powder duster in the bag for easy and efficient application of diatomaceous earth on animal feed
  • Supports a Great Cause - Harris donates 10% of profits to support the local Etowah Valley Humane Society.
  • Made in the USA – Mined in Nevada and packaged in Georgia

Hartz UltraGuard Plus Flea & Tick Carpet Powder - 16oz

Hartz UltraGuard Plus Flea & Tick Carpet Powder - 16oz
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Fresh scented carpet powder kills fleas and ticks for up to 30 days
  • Prevents re-infestation by killing flea eggs and flea larvae up to 1 year
  • Includes 16 ounces of carpet powder
  • Targets and kills all stages of the flea life cycle
  • Eliminates tough pest infestations
  • Only use once a month

Enforcer 20-Ounce Flea Killer for Carpet, Ocean Breeze Fragrance

Enforcer 20-Ounce Flea Killer for Carpet, Ocean Breeze Fragrance
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • PEST CONTROL – Quick-acting formula kills fleas, ticks, lice, ants, silverfish and roaches and breaks the flea life cycle in just 30 minutes.
  • MULTISURFACE USE – Works great on multiple surfaces including floors, carpets, upholstered furniture and more.
  • ODOR ELIMINATOR – Eliminates household odors, leaving a fresh and clean scent of ocean breeze.
  • SPRINCLE AND VACUUM – Quick and easy carpet treatment that can be used once or periodically on areas exposed to your pets.
  • INSTRUCTIONS – Sprinkle powder evenly and lightly over carpet and adjacent floors. Wait 30 minutes and then vacuum. If ticks are present, leave powder on surface for two hours before vacuuming.

Enforcer Flea Killer for Carpets 20 ounce EFKOB203 (Pack of 2) Ocean Breeze Fragrance

Enforcer Flea Killer for Carpets 20 ounce EFKOB203 (Pack of 2) Ocean Breeze Fragrance
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • PEST CONTROL – Quick-acting formula kills fleas, ticks, lice, ants, silverfish and roaches and breaks the flea life cycle in just 30 minutes.
  • MULTISURFACE USE – Works great on multiple surfaces including floors, carpets, upholstered furniture and more.
  • ODOR ELIMINATOR – Eliminates household odors, leaving a fresh and clean scent of ocean breeze.
  • SPRINCLE AND VACUUM – Quick and easy carpet treatment that can be used once or periodically on areas exposed to your pets.
  • INSTRUCTIONS – Sprinkle powder evenly and lightly over carpet and adjacent floors. Wait 30 minutes and then vacuum. If ticks are present, leave powder on surface for two hours before vacuuming.

Raid Flea Killer Carpet & Room Spray, 16 OZ (Pack - 2)

Raid Flea Killer Carpet & Room Spray, 16 OZ (Pack - 2)
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Kills fleas and ticks on contact.
  • Kills hatching eggs for up to 4 months.
  • Non-staining on water-safe fabrics & surfaces.
  • Also works upside down, making thorough spraying easy.
  • Wide-angle spray.

Fleabusters Rx for Fleas Plus, 3 lb

Fleabusters Rx for Fleas Plus, 3 lb
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • 3-lbs canister
  • Treats approximately 5 rooms
  • Children and pets can come in immediately after application
  • Treat you carpets, area rugs and baseboards (cracks/crevices)

Raid Flea Killer Carpet and Room Spray, 16 OZ (Pack - 3)

Raid Flea Killer Carpet and Room Spray, 16 OZ (Pack - 3)
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Kills fleas and ticks on contact.
  • Kills hatching eggs for up to 4 months.
  • Non-staining on water-safe fabrics & surfaces.
  • Also works upside down, making thorough spraying easy.
  • Wide-angle spray

Enforcer Flea Spray for Homes, 128-Ounce, Packaging may vary

Enforcer Flea Spray for Homes, 128-Ounce, Packaging may vary
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Prevents Flea Infestation for Up to 7 Months
  • Kills Flea Eggs
  • Kills Fleas and Ticks
  • With Flea Growth Regulator

Adams Flea & Tick Carpet Powder, 16 Ounce

Adams Flea & Tick Carpet Powder, 16 Ounce
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Kills fleas , ticks, flea eggs, and flea larvae
  • Contains an insect growth regulator (IGR) to kill and prevent flea development for up to 30 days
  • Breaks the flea life cycle and controls re-infestation for up to 365 days
  • One 16oz container treats 1-2 rooms, 200-400 square feet
  • Freshens and deodorizes home with pleasant citrus scent

Natural Flea Control for Cats and Dogs

Is your cat or dog constantly itching and scratching due to flea infestation? Before you run out and purchase flea-killing toxic chemicals, you might want to consider some less harmful natural alternatives.

Synthetic pesticides may do the job, but can be poisonous to pets (and the children who play with them) as well as to the fleas they are intended to kill. The chemicals can be absorbed into the pet's (or child's) skin, and in turn, into the bloodstream. The most commonly used synthetic flea killers can cause convulsions and respiratory problems, and long-term treatment can even result in kidney failure in your pets. These are serious risks - but they can be avoided by employing some natural flea-control measures.

The first step is to know your enemy. Fleas can be a major nuisance, and can be quite difficult to get rid of - they cannot even be killed by freezing temperatures. Their legs are so powerful that they can jump nine inches into the air - making pet-to-pet or floor-to-pet leaps all too easy. Fleas feed on the blood of your cats and dogs, but they spend most of their time away from your animals, laying their eggs in dark places in your house (such as floor cracks) - which is why your first line of defense is in and around your home.

There is a fairly new flea control method available for use in your yard - it is a spray made from freeze dried worms or nematodes which are natural flea predators. The worms are reconstituted and sprayed in outdoor areas around your home. A popular brand name is Interrupt, which can be purchased from many veterinarians.

Another outdoor flea repellent is diatomaceous earth (a kind of fossilized algae). It clings to the flea's shell and eventually penetrates the coating, causing it to die of dehydration. (You'll want to use food grade diatomaceous earth, not the type used in swimming pool filters.) It can be spread around your yard with a garden spreader, and can also be rubbed into your pet's fur and sprinkled on his bedding.

Special attention should be given to areas inside the home as well. Your pet's bedding should be washed often, and tumbled dry in a hot dryer to kill fleas. It is important to vacuum floors often, paying special attention to the dark, damp areas where fleas love to lay eggs. Remember to dispose of the vacuum bag immediately, otherwise eggs can hatch and re-infect your home. Boric acid powder can be sprinkled onto clean carpets to keep fleas at bay (but test a small area of your carpet first, to make sure it is colorfast). Boric acid compounds are available commercially, specifically for flea control purposes.

There are natural treatments which can be applied directly to your pet's coat, without any chemical side effects. In addition to the diatomaceous earth mentioned above, a mixture of ground cloves and eucalyptus oil may help to ward off fleas. Pennyroyal, citronella, wormwood, cedar and rosemary are some other alternatives, many of which can be found in products sold at health food stores. Citrus oil can also be of help - brush it into your pet's fur to help it penetrate the skin. One thing to remember - after treating your pet's coat, keep him outside for a few hours immediately afterward, to prevent the departing fleas from infesting your home!

Frequent bathing and grooming of your pet will keep fleas away as well. You can find natural flea shampoos with some of the ingredients mentioned above at natural food stores. A lemon rinse after the bath is a helpful measure, leaving a citrus odor which fleas dislike. To make a rinse: Cut up a few lemons, cover them with boiling water, and let the mixture steep overnight. After removing the pulp, the lemon water can be brushed into your pet's coat and allowed to air dry. Between baths, frequent use of a flea comb can be quite helpful.

An often-overlooked flea prevention method is your pet's diet. The addition of garlic and brewer's yeast will create an odor on his skin which fleas dislike, but is unnoticeable to humans. These ingredients can be purchased in pill form from health food stores, or you can use the real thing. Up to three fresh garlic cloves can be crushed and mixed with your pet's food each day. Brewer's yeast can be added at the ratio of around 25 mg of yeast per ten pounds of body weight. If your pet is allergic to yeast, a B-complex vitamin can be used instead, as it is the B vitamin called thiamine which is the important ingredient in brewer's yeast. (Brewer's yeast can be brushed onto your animal's coat, as well.) Another useful dietary supplement is chelated zinc. Daily dosages should be around 10 mg for cats and small dogs, and 20 mg for large dogs.

It's important to remember that your pet's overall health will determine how susceptible to flea infestation he is. A healthy cat or dog will not attract fleas as easily as a sick or weak one. Feeding your pet a high quality food can make a difference, as well as making sure he gets enough exercise on a daily basis. This, along with the preventative measures above, can help keep flea infestations under control without the use of toxic chemicals - ensuring a happier pet, and a happier pet owner.

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