NON TOXIC PESTICIDE TIPS: Natural Ways To Get Rid Of Spiders Without Using Pesticide

NON TOXIC PESTICIDE TIPS: Natural Ways To Get Rid Of Spiders Without Using Pesticide

Here’s Great Tip: Natural Ways To Get Rid Of Spiders Without Using Pesticide

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If you don’t want to deal with spiders but hate the idea of exterminating them after they already invade your space, there are several tactics you can use to keep spiders away altogether. Some techniques will limit the number of spiders hanging out in your yard while others simply discourage them from finding their way indoors.
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1.An All-Natural Spider Repellent Spray
It’s easy to make your own all-natural spider repellent that doesn’t contain any chemicals whatsoever. All you have to do is mix 1 quarts of water with 3-drops of peppermint and 3-drops of lavender essential oils and 1-tablespoon of apple cider vinegar in a spray bottle together and then apply it to any spots that you tend to find spiders. But keep in mind that the oils can stain carpets, upholstery, bedding and other items, so proceed with caution.
2.Orange Peels
Spiders tend to have an adversity to citrus scents, which is why using orange peels can be a safe and effective way to keep spiders at bay. You can actually use the peels of any citrus fruit, like lemons or grapefruit, but oranges are probably the easiest.
Cut the peel off your orange and then cut the peel into quarter-inch chunks. Place the chunks into a pot or another container that can handle boiling water, and then pour one cup of boiling water over half of the chunks, leaving them in to soak overnight. In the morning, strain the chunks and then add a quarter-cup of witch hazel to the water. Add the mixture to a spray bottle and shake well. Then sprinkle those in places like cabinets, under the sink and other areas where spiders frequently enter or are seen.

3.White Vinegar
White vinegar has probably 1,000 uses or more, including repelling spiders due to its acetic acid content. By using a diluted solution, combining water with vinegar, you can keep those little creatures away. Just add equal parts of vinegar and water in a spray bottle, shake well to combine and then spray it directly on spiders, cobwebs and any place you usually find them, like those cabinets, closets, sinks and corners. Be sure to get those cracks and crevices in the floor and walls and repeat once a week to keep them away.
An old but effective wives’ tale handed down through generations, is to slice up some onions, toss them in a bowl of water, and then place the bowl where spiders are entering your home to keep them out.
5.Eucalyptus Plants
Eucalyptus has a distinct, menthol-like fragrance that spiders despise, and it happens to make a stunning indoor plant. The only downside is that when growing it indoors, it must have full sun, so you’ll need to have an appropriate place in your home to keep it, and pay close attention to basic feeding, lighting, and watering needs. If you can, keep more than one around to keep spiders out, and leave your house smelling fresh and clean.

Cinnamon is great for keeping the spiders out. All you have to do is sprinkle it around your home – and, it smells amazing! Experts say that if you sprinkle it in a line around the spider’s point of entry, they won’t cross it.

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