Since spiders can easily find their way indoors through the smallest crack or crevice, add or replace weather stripping around doors and windows, caulk holes and gaps, and repair or replace torn and damaged screens.
To get rid of both indoor spiders and many of their food sources, apply spider barrier insecticide around windows, doors, cabinets, and baseboards, as well as along your home’s entire foundation. Spiders won’t be able to cross the barrier and survive.
Fewer spiders outside lead to fewer spiders trying to get inside, so get rid of the places they like to hide and lay eggs. Trim overgrown plants, pick up and dispose of trash and debris, and move stored lumber and firewood far from your house.
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