Spiders aren’t the best house guests for your home. They are beneficial for the environment and they help nature but that doesn’t mean that they need to be in our homes. But here’s the thing, we do not necessarily need an exterminator to get rid of them. We have so many other ways which can be easy to do.
But here is the kicker, spiders can be best for the home too. It risks us out but they help eat other house pests like moths while also helping us get rid of pests that transmit diseases.
They even eat spiders that aren’t so friendly. They tend gravitate to nooks, corners and places we wouldn’t like to find them in. But!
For homes that have senior citizens or families that live with grandparents, kids or pets with poor health, it is better to keep them out and keep the family safe. This also eases our minds and brings us peace knowing we’re in a secure spot. Your home becomes a sanctuary that will bring no harm to your family or to anyone.
De-clutter your home
Spiders are the perfect reason for you to de-clutter your home. Spiders love the shadows and they tend to hide in them.
To keep them away from your residence, you will have start with clearing up your home and not make it so comfortable for them.
It is best to begin your de-cluttering process with the random piles of books, papers, shoes or even those old clothes you have in your cupboard. That is right! They lurk around the cupboard too. Cutting up their food supply also helps.
Other bugs like to hide around clutter and so organizing your food containers and storing them well helps.
Getting rid of food, you don’t need and even putting them into containers that are airtight helps in keeping them away.
Plastic containers that can be sealed are the best to keep spiders away and helping the food last longer. And ensure that you vacuum and dust your home on a regular basis. This acts as the best way to keep those pesky insects away