Spider Droppings


Spider droppings can become quite a mess. They will accumulate below nest locations and can be quite large even when produced from relatively small spiders. Cleaning these droppings will enable you to readily identify new infestations as well as help prevent any damage this highly acidic waste can cause. The best product for the job is WEB OUT. It’s federally Exempt because it’s made from all natural, food grade actives. More importantly, this product actually works. In fact, it works great.

Web Out can be used to remove spider droppings. Simply spray a light mist over the droppings and let it sit for 5-10 minutes then wipe away with a moist paper towel or rag.

Web Out will remove webs. Lightly mist unsightly spider webs, let the treatment sit for 5-10 minutes and the webs will easily wipe away. This is especially helpful when used on our WEB REMOVER.

Web Out can also be used as a spider killer. Any spiders sprayed with Web Out will quickly die.

And Web Out is safe to use on the lake, ocean or other water areas where traditional products can’t be applied without fear of contaminating the water. Treatments can last a month or longer depending on where it’s applied.

Here are direct links to the products listed above:

Web Out:  http://www.bugspraycart.com/exempt/liquid/web-out-spider-spray

Web Remover:  http://www.bugspraycart.com/equipment/tools/webster-5-whead-spinner

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May 28, 2009

vicki @ 6:35 am #

I find small round black circles in my bathroom, as if someone had dipped a small pencil in ink and stamped cicles on the sink. Could this be spider poo?We have downlighters in the ceiling going into the loft space. Thanks

March 25, 2010

Ashley @ 6:49 am #

I work for a marina and the biggest complaint from our members is spider poo all over the boats. People who are at their boat often do not experience the same problem as those who only check on their boat occasionally however I have seen a few boats ruined by the issue. Do you have any suggestions (without chemical use) to solved this growing problem?

May 24, 2010

Paula @ 10:45 am #

I have white siding, and a major spider population on my covered front porch. There is a ton of spider poo everywhere! How do I clean it? I have tried everything!

June 25, 2010

case @ 2:46 pm #

@Paula: Do these poo stains look like tar, and in some cases like ink? Curious if I have seen the same thing on white vinyl siding. I thought maybe it was mold.

June 26, 2010
August 10, 2010

SLD @ 2:27 am #

I was sitting on the patio of a fine restaurant this evening trying to enjoy a glass of wine when suddenly a streak of black appeared out of nowhere & ran down the lip & sides of my glass. It was as though a bird had pooped, but it was not nearly the amount or consistency of bird poo. It looked like thinner black ink. When it contacted the wine, it started to dissipate into it. I looked above my seat, which was under an overhang, & saw a large black spider with long, spindly legs & a bulbous body. Is it possible that this spider had pooped in my drink??? I immediately got a new glass of wine & went inside to enjoy it. Is spider poop toxic if injested in a large quantity (not that I have that issue, just curious!)?

August 25, 2010

candy @ 8:34 am #

HELP!!!! I wake up in the morning to find my kitchen cupboard covered in these tiny tiny black oblong shaped pieces of what I am pretty sure is poop. Is this from a spider?? What can I do?? My kitchen is very clean and I leave no food out.

October 24, 2010

Reba @ 4:48 pm #

I find a ton of black tiny droppings that look like black sugar. I see spiders sometimes, but no webs. Can this be poop?

January 2, 2011

Peter @ 12:38 pm #

I think I have spider poo in my garage. They are tiny black dots and are greasy to the touch. Is this spider poo?

January 11, 2011

Anonymous @ 11:42 pm #

We have yellow garden spiders which get quite large through the fall and early winter. Their poop is actually white and accumulates on our deck beneath their webs. I just wanted to make note that different kinds of spiders have different colors of poop. It is also amazing how much waste can be produced by such a small creature.

August 6, 2011

Susan @ 7:59 am #

We noticed in our summer home black ink dots that have a smear tail like end. Is that a ordinary house spider poo.

August 7, 2011

patsy mitchell @ 1:39 pm #

I have recently found numerous droppings on the stuffed chairs on my sun porch. They are not in clusters but scattered on back and arms of chair. When we pick up the cushion there were many more located there. The description of these droppings were 3/8 in length, black or very dark with one tip being white. I’ve never seen anything like this. This sun porch is closed off from rest of house so very hot in summer except when we turn on the air conditioning unit designated for that one room. This room is over a crawl space with 2 vents. Also have one door going outside. Any suggestions??

patsy mitchell @ 7:40 pm #

Thanks for your support but these are definitely droppings. I forgot to mention they are cylinder in shape and not attached to fabric as mold would do. I can pick them up individually as you would do with pellets like mouse droppings. Also, when turning over the chairs there were a large number of spider eggs – small, white, fuzzy – all over the bottom.. I strongly think it’s a type of spider. What would you suggest to use to eliminate spiders?
Thanks for your help./

January 10, 2012

guest @ 10:59 am #

I have stains running down the outside of my kitchen window which i think has been caused by spiders. i dont want rid of the spiders but is there any substance i can use to remove them? i have tried loads of things un successfully

March 2, 2012

Minnie @ 3:25 pm #

We just bought a condo in Aruba, we painted the walls when we moved in,
two weeks later we noticed some black circles which we thought could be mold, we found 3 days later more black dots in the bedroom up towards the ceiling appeared, we have seen little spiders in the room when we were painting. Could it be mold or spider poop? Please help!!

March 14, 2012

Tatiana @ 11:09 pm #

Within the last few days, I have noticed a gooey round black substance stuck to my walls (not many, only three). The substance is not perfectly round or just a stain, it’s very distinctly gooey (kind of like a booger – gross, I know). I’m wondering if this is spider poo (or any other insect). I’ve searched online, but can’t seem to find anything that is similar to what I found on the wall. Is this spider poo? Help =(

June 29, 2012

Shaza @ 7:20 pm #

Found large blob of white – looked like white chocolate, but it tasted like washing machine powder. There were small droppings leading to it, or whichever way round… Could this be a spider?

October 19, 2012

Anonymous @ 3:46 pm #

We have a dark colored porch and have MANY small white dots that the ‘pest people” said were bird droppings. We know that’s not possible. My husband thought the mess was from spiders?? That’s the only thing that (based on proximity) it could be. It’s dark on light, and white on dark. Brushes off when dry, almost impossible to remove when wet.

October 24, 2012

Vicki @ 6:34 pm #

I work at an office and frequently see buildup of white-ish specks on the floors. Our building is quite old and there are a lot of spiders, so I was wondering if it’s just spider poop or something we should possibly be more concerned about. It cleans up quickly with mild detergent and a quick wipe, but it’s annoying to have to clean every week.

October 25, 2012

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