Spider Killer Blog
With new regulations on chemical use in U.S., it has become increasingly difficult to find a good spider killer. Many spiders have adapted to the over the counter chemicals that do no more than harm their nervous system, making them more aggressive and likely to bite you. Having sprayed spiders for over three years, there are some chemicals that work better than others. You may have noticed that when you spray a spider with the chemical you buy at the store, that the spider doesn’t die. They may become more excited and go hide, but they may still be alive.
Killing spiders is a tricky business. Unlike, killing ants, spiders do not take the chemical back to the nest to infest other spiders. You need to contact kill each individual spider, set up a barrier to protect others from entering, and get to nests before new spiders are born. Learn here more tips on getting rid of spiders in and around your home.