How to Get Rid of Spiders
DIY Spider Treatment & Control Guide
Get Rid of What Spiders Need to Survive
The thought of having a venomous spider such as a brown recluse or black widow in your home is very scary. The good news is that these spiders are no harder to control than any other spider. All spiders need a food source and harborage to live indoors. By eliminating the existing spiders with an insecticide you will also be eliminating their food source, insects, which in turn will help prevent new spiders from moving indoors.
Indoor Spider Treatment
How to Get Rid of Spiders In the House
We recommend that you use a hand pump sprayer to apply a concentrated insecticide spider killer to help eliminate the current spider population. Placing glue boards around your home will also help you monitor the area for spiders and other insect activity.
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Outdoor Spider Treatment
How to Get Rid of Spiders Outside
Spraying a concentrated insecticide on the exterior of the structure using a hand pump sprayer or a backpack sprayer will help eliminate spiders that are already present and will also help eliminate food sources which will discourage new spiders from moving in.
Spray one foot up around the bottom of the foundation and one foot out on to the ground adjacent to the foundation, around door frames, window frames and places where the cables pipes or wires enter the structure and other places on the structure where you have noticed spider activity.
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