Here are a few tips about getting rid of spiders we haven’t tried them but after a little searching on the internet we have put a list together for you which may or may not work but fingers crossed for you don’t forget if you need expert advice to give us a call
There are many, many ways to get rid of spiders, and it’s important to know which type you have so you can employ the most appropriate strategy. Some people find that the best way to eliminate them is by preventing their webs from forming in the first place. There are many types of commercial pest repellents for this purpose, but there’s also a DIY repellant that seems to work as well as commercial ones without all those chemicals:
- Spider Repellant Spray Bottle – water, peppermint essential oil, any other preferred essential oil
- Precautionary steps to reduce spider populations outside of your home or apartment include not leaving out shoes on the patio, not letting plants overgrow and avoiding messes near windowsills/shelves where spiders may find refuge.
- Fine steel wool can be placed around cracks at the bottom of cabinets for spiders that seek refuge inside furniture or homes with crawl spaces underneath–steel wool catches them before they can catch you or our loved ones!
- Contrary to popular belief, you are not alone in your battle against spiders
- You can shake a little coffee ground or pepper within the affected place to startle them away.
- try filing a small jar with water and put it out in an area where spiders usually hide, such as near bushes or grasses. Put a straw over the opening of the jar so that air can escape, but not flies or other insects find their way in. Sometimes you have to change the water every day for a few weeks before there’s any sign of spiders coming out through this keyhole entrance. However–keep at it! Spiders hate light too, so if you see webs outside during daylight hours from an inside location, then take those gaps down right away.
Making it difficult for spiders to get into your house is one of the best ways to keep them away. Check around the outside of the home, especially next to doors and windows, for drafts that are letting them in. You can use caulk or weather-stripping around these places to seal off access points.
Once they’re inside, make sure you vacuum thoroughly to remove webs. Vacuum cleaners draw spiders out of their hiding places, so they die out in the open instead of within walls where you can’t find them! As an added bonus, you’ll also be sucking up all those nasty little arachnids, too – double score! For stubborn areas, it’s a good idea to proactively try one of those broad contact insecticides.