Insecticide sprays: Insecticide sprays containing pyrethroids, such as bifenthrin and cypermethrin, are effective against spiders. These products can be sprayed directly on spiders or on areas where spiders are likely to reside, such as cracks and crevices, corners, and other dark areas.
Dusts: Insecticide dusts, such as diatomaceous earth and boric acid, can be effective against spiders. These products can be applied to areas where spiders are likely to travel, such as along baseboards, behind furniture, and in corners.
Glue traps: Glue traps can be effective in trapping spiders. These products are designed to lure spiders into the trap, where they become stuck to the glue surface.
Ultrasonic devices: Ultrasonic devices emit high-frequency sound waves that are believed to repel spiders. These products can be effective in keeping spiders away from specific areas, such as a room or a particular piece of furniture.
It's important to note that while these products can be effective, they should be used in conjunction with good sanitation practices, such as vacuuming regularly, removing clutter, and sealing cracks and crevices in and around the home. It's also recommended to call Fast Service Exterminating for more targeted and effective spider control solutions.