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If You Do This, You Will Never See Another Spider In Your Kitchen, Bathroom Or Bedroom

If You Do This, You Will Never See Another Spider In Your Kitchen, Bathroom Or Bedroom

Most people are frightened by the mere sight of spiders in their homes. Although we know that they do not want to hurt us and can even kill other insects that can wreak havoc in our homes, we are all afraid of them and we are doing everything to kill them. or at least move them away.

If spiders keep coming into your home, and you suffer from arachnophobia, these natural solutions to get rid of them are made for you!

Spider In Your Kitchen, Bathroom Or Bedroom

Natural repellents for spiders

Even if you hate spiders, the last thing you need to do is use toxic chemicals in and around your house. Instead, here are some natural ways to keep these pests out of your home for good.

Keep the house clean

Keeping your home clean is the best way to keep spiders out of it. It certainly takes a lot of effort to make sure the floors are swept and cleaned, but if you're really scared of spiders, it's worth it!

It is recommended to do a complete cleaning each season, and not wait until spring. You will be surprised by the amount of free space for spiders that you can create by leaving unused objects cluttered in a corner of the house.
When the inside of your house is clean, it's time to go outside. If you have a lawn, be sure to remove grass clippings, leaves and cut tree branches. Also check slots and window doors and apply caulking if necessary. If you live in an apartment, keep your windows and balcony clean and uncluttered.

White vinegar
Vinegar is one of the most versatile products to keep at home. It has a unique, strong and pungent smell. It is this very smell that repels not only spiders but also ants and even mosquitoes. To make a repellent spray, in a spray bottle, mix 1 quantity of vinegar with 2 quantities of water. Spray this mixture around your house focusing on where spiders can enter like windows and doors. Keep in mind that vinegar can affect some surfaces, so be sure to test it before applying it.

Peppermint essential oil
While we can enjoy the smell of peppermint, spiders absolutely hate this smell. In the same way as insect repellent vinegar, take a spray bottle and fill it with water. Add a small amount of dishwashing liquid, to help spread the oil molecules in the water, and about 8 drops of peppermint essential oil. Check to see if the mixture smells of mint. Otherwise, add up to 8 more drops. Shake the bottle well and apply this spray as you would with the vinegar mixture.

You can also mix peppermint and vinegar. These two very different odorous substances mix very well to make a natural spider repellent.

To fight against spiders, another natural solution is offered to you, cedar! Place cedar blocks in cupboards and drawers, or use cedar mulch that you can pick up in the garden. For your clothes you can use cedar hangers to keep them not only without spider but also without mites.

If you have lemon essential oil, use it as you would with peppermint oil. Take leftover citrus peels such as oranges and lemons and rub them on spider-prone areas such as skirting boards and wall corners.

Chestnuts (and other nuts)
Chestnuts, nuts and chestnuts are hated by spiders for a reason we do not know yet, but these nuts have always been used to repel spiders in the UK to fight their invasion. It has been suggested that the smell of these nuts contains a substance that spiders can not tolerate. Place some of them in your windows and spider passage places.

If you have a problem with spiders at home, do a combination of these natural treatments to make sure you keep these pests away from your home, and feel free to share these helpful tips with those around you!