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Q: Why are fleas so hard to kill?
A: It's hard to get rid of fleas because they multiply fast and can go long periods of time without food. In the right environment, a flea can transform from egg to adult in less than 30 days. [ To completely get rid of fleas, you have to treat your home inside and out and treat your pets, preferably, all on the same day. Often, even with a three-sided attack, you may have to treat the areas two or
three times because fleas in their different life stages can lie dormant and unaffected by pesticides. Your first step in ridding your home and property of fleas is to understand the life cycle of a flea. ]
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