Spider Control Tips For Upcoming Summer – April 19, 2018
Spider Control Tips For Upcoming Summer
Thanks to Hollywood movies like Arachnophobia and Eight Legged Freaks, Americans have developed an unusually high distaste for spiders in make believe and reality. The truth of the matter is, that this upcoming summer not only means swimsuit season, but spider season! If that doesn’t make the hairs on your neck stand up, these Spidey Facts Will.
1. If you’re standing in nature, there is a spider three feet away
2. Spiders liquefy their prey
3. A Spider can see as good as you and hear you across the room
4. A Spider’s egg sac can be filled with 1,500 baby spiders
5. Every species of spider on the planet in carnivorous
Enough of that, this writer is getting the creeps! Don’t delay in trying out some of the following Spider Control Tips For The Upcoming Summer recommended by Hope Pest Control. Listed below are a few natural methods worthy of a shot at keeping the population down on your property.
When you have a zone in your house that is always draped in cobwebs, vacuum up the cobwebs and spray down the area with a mixture of one cup white vinegar and a teaspoon of coconut oil. This natural blend should encourage spiders to go elsewhere.
Spiders can’t stand fresh chestnuts! Try placing a tin of freshly crushed chestnuts at entry points around your home.
The salt technique is actually a type of spider poison. Take an ounce of salt(1/8cup) in a gallon of warm water and use a spray bottle to spray spiders directly to kill them. This solution will also take out a spider’s nest.
Hopefully, your summer will be spider free, but oftentimes those exponentially multiplying pests get an edge on the homeowner. Naturally, if you have children or pets about you won’t want to take a chance with the Black Widow and Brown Recluse which are able to deliver a dangerous, venomous bite. It’s always best to have your spider problem checked by a professional such as Hope Pest Control, serving all of Ventura County.Tags: Fillmore, Hope Pest Control, Oxnard, Santa Paula, Spiders, Ventura