67% Recommend this product (2 of 3 responses)
By Angel G.
Does not work
July 27, 2016
This does not work. The vet said it was a waste of money and time. I used it per the dog breeder I got my dog from, and it was a waste.
By Wee W.
January 11, 2016
I bought this for several purposes; to treat pets for fleas, to treat roaches without using poisons and to use in garden applications. The product was a bit too course so I put it in a lab-model rod mill and ground it down into a fine flour-sized particle consistency, put it in a small bag and rubbed it onto my 85# Pit Bull/Bull Mastiff mixed-breed while brushing him. In four days the fleas were completely gone. I have also treated his sleep area and once again the fleas were cleared. I am starting a roach test and am continuing to look for additional applications including Wife's adopted cats. I am confident that it will do these jobs effectively.
February 28, 2015
This product was a surprise as to how much for the cost!! It is such a bargain and wonderful natural product. It is the deal of the day!! I love Diatomaceous Earth!! Thank you Entirely Pets!!
Questions and Answers
1 Question & 1 Answer
from Galveston, TX asked:
June 1, 2015
I'm very interested in using DE as a flea treatment. What are the directions for use? Can it be used safely on rabbits?
Yes, DE ca be safely used on rabbits to kill fleas. Simply apply it on the area where the fleas with enough to cover the affexted area with a fine powder. Be sure to use the "food grade" DE (which this product is)! Ok enough chit chat. Itís time to get down to business! Here are a few easy steps that you can follow to get rid of fleas in your home using diatomaceous earth. Using Food Grade diatomaceous earth For Killing Fleas Use Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth Give all your carpets a brush (stiff bristles) and a thorough vacuum. This will aggravate the fleas and get them moving about in preparation for your natural flea powder attack. After reviewing the cautions for using DE (in this article), simply sprinkle the powder where fleas are usually found. This could be in the grass in your yard, your carpets in your home or even the areas where your pets sleep and play. I highly recommend that you rub the powder into the carpets with a broom to make sure it reaches the fleas. I have had a number of readers asking about the density of DE that is needed. My answer is that it should be enough to finely cover the surface and if you are unsure, a little more is better. Just be careful you donít get too much powder puffing into the air when you apply it to the targeted area. How long does it take for diatomaceous earth to kill fleas? Well research shows that once the fleas come into contact with the powder, they usually die about 4 hours later. However, I recommend leaving it for 12 hours before vacuuming up all the powder (and any dead fleas) to ensure they die. source: http://www.thebugsquad.com/fleas/diatomaceous-earth-fleas/
Submitted by: Customer Service on June 2, 2015