No pesticide spray is recommended to control or kill spiders. Biologically they are not very vulnerable to chemical insecticides because they aren't true insects; they're arachnids. Spraying isn't effective unless one ma... More »

Some methods to kill indoor spiders include chemical sprays, dusts, powders and glue traps. There are also many natural deterrents to keep spiders from entering the home, including peppermint oil, vinegar and eucalyptus ... More »

To get rid of spiders in your home, clean thoroughly, seal up all holes and cracks that lead to the outside of the house, spray with a spider insecticide and set spider traps. If you are dealing with a severe spider infe... More »

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Glue boards and other sticky traps are effective methods for killing spiders in the home. Because most spiders do not pick up pesticides unless they are sprayed directly, using a combination of methods to kill them is th... More »

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According to Pest Control Delivered, an effective moth killer is a fumer or fogger that releases a pesticide smoke into a confined area. Foggers penetrate every area of a room to reach hiding places where moths or their ... More »

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To exterminate stink bugs, remove weeds, cover garden plants, drown adult bugs, crush egg clusters, spray remaining bugs with pesticide, and place a residual protectant around the landscape perimeter. The supplies you ne... More »

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To get rid of spiders in your home, clean thoroughly, seal up all holes and cracks that lead to the outside of the house, spray with a spider insecticide and set spider traps. If you are dealing with a severe spider infe... More »

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