No More Spiders 500ml
Non Harmful Spider Deterrent Spray
No more spider creates a natural border preventing spiders from wishing to entre your home. Contains amongst other ingredients 0.25% w/w Peppermint Oil, it deters spiders but doesn't harm them
How to use:
Spray around the area of doors, windows or indeed any areas that spiders may use to gain entry to your home. Re-apply every time you clean or after every 2 to 3 weeks.
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For anyone who says horse chestnuts dont work to keep away spiders they are wrong! We have a huge spider problem in my house, both small ones and the large wolf spiders and last autumn I placed horse chestnuts in the corners of my room and didnt have a single spider all autumn or winter! I purchased this product for use while horse chestnuts are not available and I tried it for the first time this week after seeing a couple of little spiders in here and I am more than impressed that the ones that were here ran away and none have come in since. I would recommend this product to anybody with a spider problem! We will definitely be using it all over our house!
I have suffered a persistent plague of big black and brown spiders in my garage for years. I don't mind the small ones. It's the big ones that bother me - the ones that run up the wall like a severed hand on the move, and stand alert and facing you when you enter the garage, as if they've just spotted dinner. I thought I would try this stuff to encourage them to move elsewhere. I know it doesn't kill them, but just repels them, which I am happy with.
The bottle has a photo of a big spider on it. Not a good start for me. You'd think the last thing you'd put on a product aimed at people who don't like to see spiders, is a glossy photo of a terrifying thing the likes of which was last seen scuttling around in "Aliens". I put sticky tape over that and all was reasonably well, though I still knew it was there. A cartoon spider would have been better.
But I digress... I sprayed it as directed, around the door and window, and all around where spiders lurk, and then let it do its work. A week later, the only thing coughing, spluttering and leaving the garage is me. The spiders are still nicely at home there. All I have for my efforts is a garage that smells of clove and chestnut oil. The spiders are still up the walls and in every web-filled corner, same as last week. None seem to have packed their webs and abandoned the place. Certainly the big ones are still in residence.
The acid test, so to speak, was the couple of hand-sized buggers perched behind the garage door frame. I sprayed around there first, but they just dashed off into their web for a while, and then continued, business as usual, doing a 16-legged waltz up the wall about an hour later. I may as well have sprayed them with tap-water for all the notice they took of it. I was not satisfied with this result. The spray certainly smells bad, and chestnut is supposed to act on spiders like a crucifix to Dracula, but I saw no evidence of any reduction in spider population in my garage...
.. at least not for about 10 days. Then all the big spiders suddenly disappeared. It was a mass exodus. Maybe they couldn't stand the smell any longer. I don't know. All I do know is that my garage now has lots of vacated spidery webs. Brilliant. Humans 1 - Spiders 0.Read more ›
Iv'e sprayed along the floor at the bedroom door, and also along the window double glazing channel plus I still place conkers in the corners of the bedroom and other rooms in my bungalow and I can honestly say I have not had any uninvited creepy crawleys. So I can sleep in peace even with my mouth open !!!!
I sprayed it under the two doors that spiders use to get into the house, and it didn't change anything. There were still spiders coming in almost everyday. Additionally, when I received the product half of the liquid had leaked in the package.