They are not fleas, but they very tiny and hop. I was told that they could be springtails, but I’m not sure.
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4 Responses to “How to rid of tiny bugs around my kitchen sink?”
If they look like this – "…tiny wingless insects with distinctive heads and a hump-backed appearance. Their name comes from a forked structure attached to the underside of the abdomen which acts a spring to flip them into the air. This behavior gives them the appearance of tiny fleas.", then that might be the case. They are usually found in wet areas; they can’t survive in dry conditions. You can use these products to get rid of those pests – Tempo Ultra SC ($44.95), and Tempo Ultra WP ($65.00).