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Start spider spraying now
If the eight legged and often unwanted arachnids are slowly making their way indoors, it’s time to act now.
For even though these hard-to-love creatures aid in keeping the other insect population within your home down, they bring their own set of problems: scaring the general population.
So if you’re not one for sharing your home with the furry, black, eight legged variety, it’s time to call in the experts or take a trip to your local DIY store.
If you think you’re up to the task of spraying your property yourself without running in fear, you can generally pick up a reputable spraying product for a very reasonable price.
Brands such as Kiwicare, Expra, Ripcord, Blitzem, EcoSMART and Mortein come with easy-to-follow instructions and many are in easy spray bottles too.
Simply follow the instructions and spray the product around window frames, door entrances and other places spiders like to live on the exterior of your property, and watch as the spider population taking up residence in your property decreases. You can then benefit from six to 12 months of spider-free living, with many products confirming this timeframe too.
Ensure you read the information on the packaging carefully to ensure they are safe to be sprayed around pets and children.
There is also no time to delay as the optimum time for spraying spiders is October/November.
If you would prefer to leave this tedious task in the hands of the experts, there are certainly plenty of them around.
Ask your friends and family for referrals and find out who is the best person for the job.
The expert will then come to your property at a time and day that suits you and will eradicate the problem with ease.
Many also guarantee their spraying for six to 12 months and often respray if the problem has not decreased within that first six month period.
If spiders are becoming more of an issue in the warmer months, then do not delay.
Organise to spray your home and reap the benefits of no nasty surprises in the bath tub.