FleaHex application intructions
Light fleas; Use FleaHex® Wash to thoroughly wash your dog once every two weeks until no fleas appear for at least one month. Shake well before use.
Heavy fleas; Use FleaHex® Wash to thoroughly wash your dog once per week for 4-6 weeks. Shake well before use.
Comb and prepare your dog’s coat as for any other bath. Wet your dog’s head first (Note; you will not need to apply FleaHex® on your dog’s head during the application). Shower your dog’s whole torso using lukewarm water.
Apply FleaHex® Wash throughout the wet coat and add water as needed to create a rich lather. Wait for 10 minutes and rinse thoroughly (This will not reduce the effect of FleaHex®). Towel dry your dog or air dry if needed.
Vacuum your house thoroughly, and wash all blankets and bedding.
Pay special attention to your dog's favourite spots.
Keeping your house vacuumed and clean will help reduce local flea infestations.
Ideally use hot water washing machine cycle. You can also spray the surface of the vacuum bag with FleaHex® Household Spray to prevent re-infestation. Shake well before use.
3. Household Spray
Spray the carpets, bedding and blankets weekly with FleaHex® Household Spray for at least 4-6 weeks or as desired.
Please note that while FleaHex® Household Spray is safe for you and your dog, it is formulated to be used in your house, not on your dog.
Use a flea comb to evaluate FleaHex® treatment results. It may take several weeks to see flea population decline especially in severe infestations. If you live in a region with heavy flea infestation, we suggest that you use FleaHex® once or twice a month as a preventive.
FleaHex® is formulated and recommended for dogs only. Using the product on any other species is at your own risk. Shake well before use.
4. Body Spray
Light Fleas; Use TickHex® tick and flea body spray daily for one week and then use once weekly until fleas are no longer seen.
Heavy Fleas; Use TickHex® tick and flea body spray daily until fleas no longer appear and then once weekly for prevention during the flea season.