Get a good flea comb and drown those suckers as you comb them off.
When I was overrun w/ them a few years ago, I bought a flea product from Chewy (I think). I got it in wipes to use on the animal (Baden was my target for the wipes), and in a spray for the home and another version to be used in the hose/sprayer. I will see if I can find it on Chewy.
I also bought electric flea traps from Amazon. You plug it in near where your pet lays/sleeps. There is a night light bulb in it. That attracts the fleas to it's warmth and light. They get stuck to the sticky paper liner. Liner gets replaced as needed. It also caught spiders, flies, fruit flies, etc.
I will find the items and post links.
And wash any bedding, vaccuum/sweep, and dispose of the vac bag/empty dirt dispenser outside or take inside trash immediately out.
I also got an all natural flea shampoo I used on the dogs, in addition to the Dawn detergent bath.
I'm not sure which step finally curbed the flea onslaught or if it was a combination.
Oh, I would stick the fleas (while I combed Baden) to bits of masking tape and then closed the tape over the little blood sucker. I found it worked better for me than drowning them.
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