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Homemade Spider Remedies or How to Get Rid of Spiders at Home

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 1 1

Spiders are frightful critters, practically undetectable to our eye. An eight legged menace, which can convert our life into major problem. Spider control normally demands a specialist involvement or a pest extermination crew, which can be an expensive investment to make. In spite of this, if you want to stay easier on your pocket, and deal with those hairy insects on your own, there are techniques that work wonderfully, with no need of calling the pest exterminators.

Right now there are various types of spiders. There are spiders that eat other unwanted pests, which make them rather handy, but there are also spiders that are venomous, spreads infections around, or just too revolting and scary too look at. If you are a type of person that has shivers when see a spider, you can try to use one of the spider control approach listed below. Most of them are completely natural and geographical friendly.

Natural sprays - there are a number of natural sprays that you can make, that will work perfectly fine in your struggle with spiders. Spiders can't stand some scents and aromatic liquids. You can make those liquids, from basic ingredients that you can find at your home, or local shop or pharmacy. Mix up some vinegar in standard water, add a bit of lemon juice and lavender oil, and you have a natural spider repellant that works great against spiders. Spray it around the swarmed areas and the spiders will stay away from that area in future, while your money will stay in your poket.

Spider glue traps - a fine way of capturing spiders is using a glue trap. Those traps, glues the spider when it gets in contact with it. The spider remains inside of the trap, until they will kick the bucket, so you can just get rid of the trap when it gets to be full. This will ensure that there are now direct contact between you and these insects. You need to place some spider bait inside of the trap, in order to draw spider. It can be some food crumbs, or a dead bug or fly you might get a hold of.

Not organic spider repellant - the least safe method to assure spider control. While being effective, it may be harmful to your household family pets. So you may perhaps think before actually applying it. Another important factor to keep in mind when it comes to spider control is that you regularly have to keep the entire house areas tidy, in order to avoid spiders to turn up at first place. Spiders like dusty places, or place where there might be some food leftovers, like bread crumbs for instance. Keep the household clean, and explain your children why they should also try doing so.

Hoover clean the dirty or dusty areas, to leave no chances for spiders to make their nets over there. Also, the cellar is the most treasured place for spiders to crawl across and catch insects. Check any other moist places, like your kitchen sinks, toilets and so on. You can apply those areas with the sprays we mentioned earlier, as those sprays are safe to your domestic pets and small children. All those techniques are very effective to eliminate spiders, but when the situation is getting out of your control, conceder calling a professional spider extermination crew to guarantee your safety.



Nov 27, 2010 4:28pm
GREAT info, I'm plagued with those little no see 'em spiders. They can make a web in seconds I swear. Will try your natural mix. (^_^)b
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