Flea Larvae On Bed Sheets. The soapy water is known to kill the eggs, larvae, pupae and adults. You might come across these eggs or even see the adults with their white, wormlike larvae hanging out on your bed comforter or sheets.
While vacuuming does not usually remove all flea larvae, it works pretty good for removing eggs and the flea feces that the larvae feed on. Before you move the bedding (and dislodge the eggs and larvae into your carpet!), vacuum it thoroughly to remove as many eggs and larvae as possible. Lastly, the room would need to be very dark, as larvae tries to escape light at any cost.