Brown Recluse in the home?

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Brown Recluse Treatments inside Homes

Treating inside a home for brown recluse spiders will many times be the only way you'll be able to knock them out once and for all. Once established inside, brown recluse spiders can be difficult to control. They naturally hide and avoid bright light making key locations difficult to identify. Brown recluse spray should be directed toward the floor boards and residuals should be applied where there have been sightings. Many people get worried about spraying inside but the bottom line is you have no choice. Brown recluse spiders present a hazard to anyone or animal and should not be ignored!

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July 6, 2009

AMY COLEY @ 12:24 am #

We have found brown recluse spiders crawling up walls and on ceilings at night. What is the best recommended spray for treatment. Is it possible to get rid of the spiders or do we need to hire an exterminator to come in?

July 11, 2009
July 13, 2009

Dave & Dee @ 3:41 pm #

We have been bitten maybe 30 times within the last 12 months in the house! The baby brown recluse spider attacked us. I have seen only 1. We had to seek medical attention because we did not know what was creating the terrible swelling,and such pain. The doctor recognized systom, and treated us. We can not understand why the recluse spiders are never seen by us. I have spent weeks searching the house!

July 14, 2009
September 2, 2009

Jade @ 11:43 pm #

I have a 15 month old daughter and a brown recluse problem. What are may best options to protect her, while getting rid of them?

September 3, 2009
July 1, 2011

tonya @ 10:48 am #

I just killed the first one today. Does that mean there is more in the house? I have a 3 yr old and a 9 month old. I found it in the living area where they play all day long..

September 16, 2013

Stacy @ 9:32 pm #

I have an indoor/outdoor dog as well as an outdoor cat. If I treat the foundation and the ground, will it hurt my pets if they walk thru it? My dog is 6 1/2 yrs. old and is always cleaning her feet so chemicals worry me. Cats wash all the time too so I worry about my outdoor 8 year old cat as well. Not to mention I have a child with an auto-immune disease so how about those indoor chemicals? He is 18.

September 17, 2013

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