Ok, somehow I must have missed giving the cats their Frontline treatment this month... The three cats were infested, fleas are in my house, and my 2 year old is covered with bites. I have the cats under control. Under my vet's advice: Frontline Saturday, capstar every other day for a week, then Advantage the following Friday. But what about my house? The cats sleep in the 2 year old's bed which is why she is the hardest hit. I am washing her sheets/pillow/stuffed animals every other day. I am spraying her mattress and floor every other day. I also saw fleas in the living room. Spraying every other day there and vacuuming (put flea collar in the vacuum bag). I also nuked big sister's room for good measure. So far today, I saw one flea and the 2 year old only woke up with one bite (she had gotten 40 or 50 bites over the last few days) so that is an improvement. But I just talked to the vet tech who said there is no possible way I can get rid of the fleas myself this way. She said I would have to call a professional exterminator. I really don't want to do that because I don't want all the toys coated with chemicals - the 2 year old still sticks them in her mouth despite my best efforts. Has anyone successfully gotten fleas out of their home after an infestation without calling in the pros? And without using the bombs? Also, what sprays have you found that work the best? I used zodiac the first day, and sergeant's gold today. I also have a bottle of hartz here, but I hear that doesn't do squat. Any advice? Is it hopeless?