Most people forget their car when they are getting rid of fleas from their home. Fleas get into your car through many means. If you carry you dog or cat in the car, just a short ride a few fleas would have hopped off. Even if you don’t carry your pet, fleas can get in when they cling to your clothes and after having bitten you, they drop of when you are in your car. Well, they could just about hitch a ride on anything that was in your home that you carry to your car.
And it you park your car close to your home, the fleas can get there themselves without you carrying them. Perhaps your dog or cat took a nap under you car and the fleas got in from there. If I were you, I’ll park a bit further away. The further the better. Fleas like warmth and so they then to stick close to home. The carpet and interior of a car makes good hiding place for these pest.
The same methods you use for your home, you can apply in your car. Flea powder like Organic Insect Control works fine with regular vacuuming the carpets and seats. The only thing you can’t do is to remove the whole interior and wash it.
Off course you can use flea sprays and flea bombs but air out your car properly before you drive. Best tip – get the fleas early, then you won’t have to worry about getting rid of fleas from your car.