I'm gonna cover all the dishes. But what about toys and blankets? My 19mos old has toys all over the appt. Do I need to take them outside, wash them after the bombing, leave them, or what? And what about blankets? I don't wanna keep them away from poison then run the risk of fleas living in them. Do I let the clothes in our closets get treated? Even my toddler's clothes? I want all the fleas to die, but I feel like I should hide everything in the house, then theat gives them somewhere to hide. What to do???? -the cats have already been treatedAnswer Question
I would leave them out and then wash everything after the bomb is done. Its a lot of work, but like you said the fleasand eggs can be hiding anywhere and if they don't get the flea bomb now, they'll just hatch out later. Good Luck!!
Answer by VeronicaLee at 11:07 AM on May. 21, 2009
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