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Spider Invasion in Your Home?

posted by sballou

spider1. Remove spider webs by vacuuming them up or taking them down with a broom wrapped in a paper towel.
2. Scoop up all the egg cases and debris and put into the trash.
3. Examine where spiders are gathering and dust the area more often, like corners or behind furniture.



  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment J.R.

    I don’t know about useless. But it certainly doesn’t cover every infestation. I am about to buy a house which has been empty for at least six months. The inspector says there several fiddleback (brown recluse) nests in the attic alone. If it was regular old fuzzy spiders, I wouldn’t even care. Cleaning everything I can see would not solve the problem. He said a licensed exterminator was needed. OTC stuff wouldn’t do.

  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment Nancy

    Everyone agrees that I have a spotless house,yet come Spring I am invaded by thousands of spiders. This is stupid, useless advice.

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