Indoor Flea Combo-Small
This indoor flea combo combines FenvaStar EcoCap and Tekko Pro IGR. Use the FenvaStar EcoCap to kill the adult fleas and the Tekko Pro IGR is stop the flea cycle.
- FenvaStar EcoCap -8 oz (yields 4 gallons for flea control)
- Tekko Pro IGR-4 oz.(yields 4 gallons for flea control)
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- Mix 2 oz of FenvaStar Eco Cap and 1 oz of Tekko Pro in one gallon of water. Spray this mixture on the flea infested floor and pet resting areas as a fine broadcast spray. You may spray fabric chairs and couches as well, (do a test spray on an inconspicuous spot). This one gallon yield will cover 1,000 square feet of carpet/rug areas and 2,000 square feet of hard floor surfaces.
- Cover fish aquariums and pets' food and water dishes before spraying and remove pets. Keep all people off the treated wet surface. Restrict these areas until the floor surfaces dry.
- Old pet bedding needs to be removed and replaced with clean bedding after treatment.
- Do not spray directly on pets.
- Use all mixed solution the same day you mix it, because it does not store well.
- In 10-14 days, mix 1 oz of FenvaStar Eco Cap with one gallon of water and spray the same areas as the first spraying and follow the same precautions as listed above..
- It takes 4 -6 weeks for the flea cycle to be completely broken, so be patient. Do not steam clean the carpet at this point, unless you repeat this spray treatment again. Continue to vacuum as much as possible, and throw away the vacuum bag.
Pro tip: This is a really good combo. Think about where your pet goes because the eggs are laid on the pet and they will fall off the pet in the areas where your pet spends most of the
time. Vacuum first and then mix the two items together in a tank sprayer. Often times you will need to spray a second and a third time. If this is the case you won't have to use
the Tekko, just the Fenvastar. Bear in mind that if there is no longer a pet in the house it seems like complete kill takes longer. That is because you are now the
sole food source of the flea.