How to Keep Spiders Out of Your Home Using Agricultural Sprayers

Most people have a fear of spiders, and if you would rather they stay out of your home all together, there are a few things you can do using agricultural sprayers to keep them at bay. If you share your house with spiders and are tired of crawling, frightening pests, then you really need to act now! Imagine looking around and there are no dangerous spiders lurking around the corner of your home. This is not a dream! You can get rid of spiders from around your home naturally, just using the right products in your agricultural sprayers.  

Mitigate the risk from spiders with mint

Next time you are chewing gum, you might be interested to know that while humans enjoy the taste of peppermint, our arachnid foes detest it. You can use peppermint to help keep spiders from entering your home by filling either agricultural sprayers or hand sprayers with a few drops of peppermint essential oil and water, which you then spray around your home. If you don't have peppermint you can use eucalyptus, lavender, citronella, cinnamon, or tea tree oil. Be sure to use the agricultural sprayers on not just spiders themselves, but the spider's food sources. This will discourage spiders from coming into your home if they are limited to food.

Get vindictive with vinegar

White vinegar is a common treatment for headlice, but you can also use it for repelling spiders. You can use vinegar in the same way that you did with the peppermint oil in Agricultural Sprayers, with more vinegar than water. You should also aim to spray in all the cracks and crevices inside and outside your home. If you can't stand the smell of vinegar, you can also use salt with water. Simply spray outside on bushes and flowers, and do this regularly to prevent spiders returning.

Freak them out with fruit

Fruit is important part of a balanced diet, but before you through away your orange peel, save it to rub around your home. Spiders despise citrus fruits, so peels and lemon scented cleaning products and furniture polish will help to keep them out of your home.

Send them scurrying in fear with cedar

It's interesting that for so many people that have fears of spiders, spiders dislike plenty of things too. Another thing that spiders strongly dislike is cedar wood. You can keep spiders away by putting cedar chips and blocks of wood around your home, near possible spider holes, in your garden, or add a few cedar furniture pieces inside.

Keep spiders at bay with cleanliness and cats

Yes those same furry pets that we love to watch on YouTube, cats are extremely agile and when they see a little spider crawling across the floor, they will very quickly turn it into a play thing. And if your spiders aren't deterred by a feline, you can help keep them out by keeping the outside of your home free from leaves, grass, wood, or any other organic materials that are notorious for housing spiders and other insects. Do your best to turn of front lights, and keep any windows and doors closed so they can't sneak in those ways.

By following these methods, not only will you repel them naturally, you won't be exposing your family to any harmful chemicals. For the best agricultural sprayers on the market that will help you chase away those pesky spiders, visit Green-gorilla.com.au, or phone 0433 703 134.

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