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Lice Clean Floors Clothes
Lice: Washing, soaking, or drying items at temperatures greater than 130°f (54.4°c) will kill stray lice or eggs. Furniture, carpeting, car seats, and other fabrics or fabric-covered items can be vacuumed; pediculicide spray should not be used. Eggs attached to fallen hairs are very unlikely to incubate and hatch at room temperatures and, if they did, the nymphs would need to find a source of blood. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
A few days: Lice starve to death in 1-2 days off the human host. Nits however survive longer. A nit hatches 7-9 days after the egg is laid. As a result it is recommended to first treat the lice on the "host" then wash clothes, bedcovers and vacume furniture. Also wash brushes and combs. ...Read more
Feels like something crawling on scalp and at times on my body. No evidence - fleas, lice or louse. Began after dog began sleeping on floor next to be?
Any : Which are not infected and not washed. ...Read more
Lice, mites, or tiny ticks infected my hair, face, and neck - itching and swelling after cleaning an empty cabin. Rid?
I have lice and only found 6 bugs... will I find any more bugs or eggs? I haven't found many bugs yet and have only been exposed for 3 days.
Yes!: Lice are small insects that live in hair and nest there. The eggs can hatch later even if shampoo has killed all the live bugs. Even if you have eliminated them from the hair, others can always re-infest if you come into contact with clothing, hats, combs, or other people who are still infested. It's important to wash all clothes, bedding, and other items that the whole family has used as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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