posted on Apr, 1 2013 @ 10:45 PM
Is the only thing that works! Zaps the little buggers. No worries, it won't hurt your kids (or you). It can be used both for treatment and
prevention. As soon as one of those notes comes home, I get out the Robicomb and look for bugs. You do it a couple of times a day during the
infestation, and then gradually cut it back, until every last nit is gone. Takes one A battery and costs about $30. Trust me, money well spent.
The shampoos are horrible insecticides and the herbal remedies are great for prevention but if the critters have taken up residence they won't work.