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  • Re: Natural, Homemade Flea killer

      Pat   The salt is working wonders! and the green alcohol is having more of an effect, I think that it was drying out too quickly. But together it is working very well, I had to write the last post from my pda, in bed in a 62 degree room, with a ring of salt around it and on the mattress. I put down the salt at the time that I ...
    Posted to Can You Help? (Forum) by sean357 on Mon, Jul 26 2010
  • Re: Natural, Homemade Flea killer

    thanks for that idea, i just emptied 2 salt shakers on the rug and mattress and floors. I have also put out a coffee size cup of slighty soapy water. I am hoping that the fleas will head for the water, since now that whole house it a salt flat, and then get caught in the soap and die. lol thanks.     Die in bubbles fleas!
    Posted to Can You Help? (Forum) by sean357 on Mon, Jul 26 2010
  • Re: Natural, Homemade Flea killer

    Green rubbing alcohol   Menthol is included in many products for a variety of reasons. These include:As an antipruritic to reduce itching. Rubbing alcohol is recognized as a rubefacient because it evaporates quickly and is used to cool and soothe skin. It is, however, more widely used as an antiseptic for sterilizing surfaces or cleaning ...
    Posted to Can You Help? (Forum) by sean357 on Sun, Jul 25 2010
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