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Zero In Flea Killer, ZER020
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The Flea Killer would not attract Ticks. Ticks are usually attracted by motion and a secretion from your pet and attach themselves as the pet brushes past them. I am not aware of any attractant for Ticks. Ticks can only be removed by tweezers or a special prong.
By WynD-A on 21 February 2014
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Yes everything you need is in the box as shown in the picture to get the trap working
By Amazon Customer on 15 June 2016
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The one we've got takes a bayonet bulb, not a screw-in type. Hope this helps.
By Martin Kotler on 12 August 2014
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This is excessive but does not tell you weither you are getting on top of the situation. The front line I do not know how effective it is, I got some other brand from vets which was a tad expensive but you get some advice as well. This stuff is supposed to last up to three months called advocate. You can also get a spr… see more This is excessive but does not tell you weither you are getting on top of the situation. The front line I do not know how effective it is, I got some other brand from vets which was a tad expensive but you get some advice as well. This stuff is supposed to last up to three months called advocate. You can also get a spray that is sufficient for the house and supposedly effective for some time. Unfortunately most flea treatment are only effective against the adult stage of the fleas not the pupa larva and egg stages which can last up to 12months depending on conditions prevailing. The flea trap should help you by assessing how many adult fleas you are catching as against young recently hatched small ones. How quickly you get on top control and eradicate fleas can only be constantly monitored. Unfortunately fleas can pass on tape worm so check your preferred treatments as to effectiveness. see less
By Gary on 03 November 2014
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yes
By roy bowers on 17 February 2016
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On the box it Says within a 10 m squared radius youll likely need one for each room and hoover regularly, we had them really badly in our room to the point we couldn't sleep been using it for about 2 weeks and this week haven't been bitten and there are 36 fleas in the catcher hope this is helpful!
By Zoe Lynch on 28 December 2015
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I wouldn't have thought it's toddler proof! It has open sides which little fingers could easily get into to, and the disc inside is very sticky! If you left it out of reach it would be fine but you really need to put it at floor level to catch the fleas. If you put it down overnight and then take it away in the day whe… see more I wouldn't have thought it's toddler proof! It has open sides which little fingers could easily get into to, and the disc inside is very sticky! If you left it out of reach it would be fine but you really need to put it at floor level to catch the fleas. If you put it down overnight and then take it away in the day when your toddler is around, then it would be OK. We found that the best way to rid yourself of fleas is to use the spray - Virbac Indorex. If you spray that overnight it should kill them, eggs and all!! We found it was brilliant but get it from Amazon, not your vet as it's about half the price. Hope this helps! see less
By Mrs. J. G. Jelves on 27 July 2016
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It is a metre...long enough to use anywhere
By Jennifer Michel on 14 November 2015
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If left unopened, at least 1 yr. Once opened and 'deployed' under the lamp they start attracting insects. In an 'infected' area, when they start to look a bit nasty you will want to replace them (typically, within a month) .. however in a 'clean' area they seem to retain their 'stickiness' for at least 6 months
By ComputerSteve on 21 August 2014