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  #1175755 14-Nov-2014 12:13
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Yikes me garage is full of toys




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  #1176017 14-Nov-2014 17:58
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Why not keep the spiders - keeps the flies and mossies at bay ....




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  #1176024 14-Nov-2014 17:59
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We have none of those ... only wasps




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  #1176033 14-Nov-2014 18:18
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scuwp: I use a garden sprayer, and wear a mask and glasses, but never really had an issue. Try to create a barrier around the building and windows.

Sorry for another silly question, but do you spay inside or outside? I thought that the idea is to spray inside so that live insects do not stay in. But when you are talking about barrier around the building it sounds like it's outside.

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scuwp: Ripcord.  Get it from any good hardware store.  Same stuff the pro's use (so I am told).  I spray our house every spring, all insects disappear and don't come back for at least 6 months.

But what about spiders, as per the OP?

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  #1182608 25-Nov-2014 10:06
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being a slacker as i am (tbh i have a million minus 999,992 other things to do first) ... haven't sorted it out, but will get on to the store to get that toxic stuff asap :D thanks for your suggestions




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