Question by  bakerboy (14)

What are these tiny black fleas in my bathroom?

They are everywhere!


Answer by  Valentine62 (2131)

Fleas inhabit your bathroom because of the moisture and humidity. Disinfect your bathroom as well as your kitchen and keep garbage contained. If you have a pet, then fleas can be brought in from outside contact with flea-ridden animals. Fumigate your house, wash your pet with flea shampoo, and use Advantage or Frontline flea and tick killer.


Answer by  mb (5482)

They are fleas. You probably have a pet dog or cat that is infested. You will need to treat the animal. Fleas don't drink human blood.

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Answer by  SIDDHU (861)

Tiny black fleas are just like any other fleas. They usually are seen in the bathroom and kitchen. Keep your bathroom clean by using a disinfectant and never accumulate garbage in the kitchen. As far as possible keep the rooms clean.


Answer by  worker8739 (555)

They are called springtails, they have like a little coil on their thorax which enables them to "spring", so hence the name springtail. They are prevalent in areas where moisture and humidity are very high. Check all traps and drains to make sure there is not standing water, or moisture able to seep through.

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