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  sturschaedel  |  27

OP isn't living in Australia, so there is no need to burn the house. If there are a lot of spiders then there are probably a lot of other insects that they eat. Mosquito netting on the windows and an extra thorough tour with the vacuum should do the trick.

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  Brandi_Faith  |  33

Or if you don't have money for an exterminator, and don't want to burn the house to the ground (which is probably what you should do), than go to a store and buy spider spray. You spray it all around the foundation of your house and around the doors and windows and it should stop them from coming in. The only thing is you should do it at a time when your dog (if you have one) isn't around (or take him to pee somewhere away from the house) so he doesn't get poisoned buy the stuff. Read the instructions but usually after a few hours (or a day) you can let the dog back out.

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  Brandi_Faith  |  33

Only if they were radioactive. In which case you should probably let one bite you because all those abilities are probably worth the one bite. But remember, with great strength comes great responsibility.

By  daz18m  |  15

aracnofobia eat your heart out.

By  Dave_Davington  |  26

If you have a chance to get out of the house for a night, a couple of bug bombs ought to do the trick. They're cheap and they'll gas any and all insect life in your house overnight.

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  Baustigt  |  40

For me, the only things worse than live spiders are the shrivelled little tumbleweed corpses they leave behind when they die. If only there were a way to herd them out, like into the garden, or the neighbour's house. Perhaps a conga line. No-one can resist a conga line.

By  zahidnasir  |  17

do something about it rather than posting on here,YDI

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