Will outdoor cutter aerosol Insect repellent..?
Work on spiders? The kind that are greyish Green that always come out in spring. They're infesting my backyard and making there way in the house. Not infesting the house but i kill at least 3 a day. I have used the home defense indoor outdoor spray and spray once a week in spring and its like theyre immune to it. i spray indoor twice first then outdoor so none run in. I found cutter rband aerosol spray but dosent specify spiders. Anyone know a fairly priced outdoor spray or aerosol that works effectively. Thanks so much!
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Cutter sprays are insect repelants and do not repel spiders. You are going to have to buy a chemical that specifically kills spiders. I have never heard of one that will repel spiders. Otherwise just leave the spiders that are outside alone and just kill the ones that invade the house. Spiders generally feed on insects anyway and are desirable. Probably in a few weeks the spiders will leave and you wont see them again until next year.
- Anonymous4 years ago
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