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    I'm not sure if this is the right thread, please feel free to move. I'm sorry in advance if it's in the wrong place.


    I am in desperate need of a spider killer and FAST! We have around 30 spiders of all different kinds hanging around and they need to go. I know they are good and eat the bugs and such, but in that magnitude I just feel uncomfortable. We can't even stand on our porch without them repelling from the ceiling all around us.

    Has anyone had any good experience with products? I have done some research but the reviews of everything are the same. Some say they work great, some say they don't.


    HELP!

    Thank you in advance!
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    Spray can of Axe and a lighter!!

    I kid. (somewhat) But I hope you can get your spider problems fixed.

    (i'm so useless xD)
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    Quote Originally Posted by EllieBot View Post
    Spray can of Axe and a lighter!!

    I kid. (somewhat) But I hope you can get your spider problems fixed.

    (i'm so useless xD)
    Actually we were considering bug spray and a lighter for a bit
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    Quote Originally Posted by SamiLynn View Post
    Actually we were considering bug spray and a lighter for a bit
    xDDD
    Ain't even gunna lie. Works awesome.
    DH did it the other day to a BIG. ASS. spider in our window. Bastard shriveled up like BAM
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    Quote Originally Posted by EllieBot View Post
    xDDD
    Ain't even gunna lie. Works awesome.
    DH did it the other day to a BIG. ASS. spider in our window. Bastard shriveled up like BAM
    I wish we had the courage to do it, but we don't want the house to start on fire
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    Hairspray?

    If you need something NOW, that's what I usually use 'cause it's on hand.

    I imagine it asphyxiates them.


    ps: I'm evil. I hate spiders.... and nature in general.

    You're welcome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sasha_b View Post
    Hairspray?

    If you need something NOW, that's what I usually use 'cause it's on hand.

    I imagine it asphyxiates them.


    ps: I'm evil. I hate spiders.... and nature in general.
    Glad to know I'm not the only one who does this! That's what I used when I find them in the house. I'm looking for more of a heavy duty spray for outside on the porch.
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    We used to buy this stuff called Spider-Not from Solutions catalogue. It actually worked really well and worked as a preventative spray.

    Other than that I just use Raid from hardware store, though I hate the way that stuff smells.
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    Quote Originally Posted by azarmygf View Post
    We used to buy this stuff called Spider-Not from Solutions catalogue. It actually worked really well and worked as a preventative spray.

    Other than that I just use Raid from hardware store, though I hate the way that stuff smells.
    Thank you! I will look into those.
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    Hot Shot! I had an issue with spiders and bought it and that stuff works INSTANTLY. You spray just a little on them and they are frozen and don't move and die and it is awesome.
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