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Indorex Flea Spray
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- Kills fleas and lice inside your home
- Safe for both pets and humans
- One treatment lasts 6 months
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Indorex Household Flea Spray is recommended by vets as being one of the most effective household flea sprays available
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I decided to buy this product because I had tried several different flea control methods which were ineffective (Frontline, Spot On, Advocate, Flea powders and flea collars).
The product contains 3 different chemicals which are effective at killing all life stages of fleas which are Adults, Fleas, Larvae and Eggs.
Where do the fleas hide?:
The fleas are found all over your home, especially near your pet and in the depth of the carpet fibres. I found that hovering the carpet before spraying is more effective. I spray cracks, crevices and anything that is relatively soft (carpets, rugs, pet bedding, curtains and sofas etc). There is no requirement to spray wood or leather. To date I have found that the spray does not damage any materials.
Although my vet said that 2 bottles would be sufficient to cover our 2 bedroom house, in my experience I found that you will need more than that, probably 3. The spray is quite powerful when you first spray it however it losses it's power after 1-2 seconds. Shaking it vigorously every few seconds solves the problem. Although it is meant to be more effective when you hold it 50cm away from you (approx as long as your arm), I found that the spray is not powerful enough and you need to hold it about the length of a ruler (25cm) away from you.
After covering the whole house with spray which took about 3 hours and leaving it to dry for several hours, no traces of fleas could be seen the following day when we inspected the house which showed that the product worked very well. With 7 cats, 2 Ferrets and 4 dogs that we look after from time to time, I was very surprised that it was that effective.Read more ›
Having previously tried a number of other products costing between £6 and £8 from the local pet shop and outdoors store, the Indorex was considerably better, the can lasted at least 3 times as long, had better coverage and even when nearly empty gave a strong spray easily applied from half a metre away. I tended to spray just before going to bed, even without airing the rooms the smell was 99% gone by the next morning, it had no effect on my dogs (a lab and a similar sized crossbreed).
As a warning to others, we've used Frontline spot on for the last 8 years and never had a single flea until this summer. Apparently they haven't changed their formula for a long time and fleas are becoming resistant - I recommend moving to another product for your pet protection. Speak to your vet.
I finally solved it by putting Frontline on the cat, and spraying the whole house with Indorex spray, concentrating on the edges of the rooms. The spray is the only one I found that seems to do what it claims and kill any unhatched fleas in the carpet.
Since then I have put Frontline on the cat as often as recommended on the pack, and they haven't come back. I have Indorex in the cupboard just incase!
With my old cats we never seemed to have problems with fleas - I always used to treat them with the spot on treatment and they had a free run of the house. But these cats only live downstairs - and I had the flea problem upstairs - despite treating the cats with the spot on. Maybe I was blaming them wrongly - sorry kitties - maybe it was me who brought the fleas to my house??
I hate absolutely hate anything creepy pests including fleas. So Ive gone into overdrive trying to find a really good product to gas them, kill them, exterminate them.
Virbac flea spray got excellent reviews - when sprayed around the house - it will protect it for many months to come so if any fleas hatch it will get them too. I've managed to get hold of the problem and touch wood I had no flea visitors since 1.5 ago when I treated the house. It's ok writing about it now - but back then I was freaking out - if I'm honest.
A good tip: hoovering house - will pick up some eggs and larvae - so please empty your vacuum bag straight away outside. But what hoovering also does is provide warmth and vibrations and the fleas are likely to hatch. If the house is treated - they will die. Treat the cats too at the same time - let them run around - fleas love anything warm moving around - and it's better if they jump on treated cats rather than you! Trust me - I have flea bites to prove it.
This spray was the only one that was up for sale at my local vets and they recommend it - I got it on Amazon much cheaper - well worth every penny.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Well, the fleas haven't been back, so it works. However, it was sufficient for one and a half normal-sized rooms only. Not as much coverage as I had hoped for.Published 1 day ago by susan walmsley
I think this worked well. We haven't had much visibility of any fleas since, especially as it mentions that it kills eggs as well so I am glad to have not seen any have... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Daniel Bolden
does what it says on the tin. I have used previously and so knew it worked. It does the job in an easy straight forward way.Published 2 days ago by squawkers word