Why Apply FleaGo To Carpet Rather Than On The Pet?
Fleas live and breed in the carpet and that is where you kill and break the flea cycle. FleaGo is not formulated for use on your pet. Direct application of boric acid on you or your pet could cause a drying effect and possible skin irritation. 

Will The Product Create A Lot Of Dust? What About Using Around Birds Or Aquariums?
FleaGo s not a powder but rather a crystal with the texture of fine sugar or sand. It works itself directly into the carpet fibers. So while not completely dust free, FleaGo can be confidently and safely used around people and other pets including birds or fish.
Do I Have To Move Any Of My Furniture?
No, simply sprinkle FleaGo on any visible carpet. If you can, include the areas underneath furniture and bedding that is easily accessible.

Frequently Asked Questions About FleaGo
About Fleas
There are multiple varieties of fleas, but they are all a wingless insect that require warm blooded vertebrates, like dogs, cats, and humans in order to live, breed and hatch their eggs. Careful examination of your pet and pet’s bedding area will help you identify the problem sooner. One way to identify a flea is to comb your pet with a fine-toothed flea comb or place a light colored towel near the pet’s bed and look for evidence of dead or alive fleas and black flecks that are dried blood, or the feces of fleas. If you dampen these flecks on a white paper towel, they will turn reddish in color.

Warm, wet weather is prime weather for fleas. During late spring and all through summer, most regions experience outbreaks of fleas. However, fleas do not care about the calendar. As long as the area is warm enough (about 60 degrees or warmer) for them to breed, and the adult fleas have a blood meal, they will breed. As long as larvae have sufficient humidity to hatch (50 percent at least), they will hatch. Because of climate-controlled homes, fleas easily breed inside all yearlong if homeowners don't eliminate the problem. A preventative strategy is the best for controlling fleas.

Adult fleas prefer to live on the animal and their diet consists of blood meals courtesy of the host animal. A female flea sucks up to 30 times her weight in blood and excretes 6 times her weight in flea baby food, blood-rich, nutrient packed feces for flea larvae to feed on. The female flea lays white, roundish eggs. The adult female flea can lay up to 50 eggs per day1, 500-600 eggs over several months. Fleas are well known for their jumping abilities.

The eggs are normally laid on your animal and they usually fall off of the animal into the carpet, bedding, floorboards, and soil. Fleas can lay 40-50 eggs per day. When the flea egg hatches varies -- anywhere from two days to a few weeks, depending on environmental conditions.

Larvae are about 1/4" (6.35 mm) long and semi-transparent white. They prefer to live in carpet fibers and shaded areas such as under rugs and in floor cracks. They eat the feces of adult fleas (which is mostly dried blood) and other organic debris found in the carpet, bedding, and soil. Depending on the amount of food present and the environmental conditions, the larval stage lasts about 5 to 18 days (longer in some cases) then the larva spins a silken cocoon and pupates. 
The pupa is the last stage before adult. The adult flea can emerge from the cocoon as early as 3 to 5 days, or it can stay in the cocoon for a year or more, waiting for the right time to emerge. Stimuli such as warm ambient temperatures, high humidity, even the vibrations and carbon dioxide emitted from a passing animal will cause the flea to emerge from the cocoon faster. This brings us back to the adult flea.

The entire life cycle is quite variable, as evidenced by the variability in each life stage progression. As mentioned above, the cycle can be as short as two weeks or as long as two years. That is why it is so important to remain vigilant, even when a flea problem is thought to be under control!
What About Tile And Hardwood Floors?
Although FleaGo is not currently available in a liquid form, you can make it yourself. Mix 2 cups hot water with ¼ cup FleaGo. Shake well and constantly in order to ensure crystals stay dissolved and don’t clog your spray bottle. Spray onto effected areas, especially cracks and crevices. Allow to dry and sit for a minimum of 5 days prior to cleaning and mopping.

How Toxic Is Boric Acid?
The US EPA classifies boric acid as “low to very low” in toxicity for skin irritation. Boric acid is “generally low” in toxicity for eye irritation.

How Does The Guarantee Work?
FleaGo offers a one year money back guarantee if product is applied according to directions. Please return to the store where purchased, with receipt for a full refund if you are dissatisfied. Guarantee is voided if carpeting is shampooed, cleaned or has been removed from the home.