Whether spinning webs on front porches or making a mad dash across the kitchen floor, spiders are sure to get attention when they make an appearance. These pests dwell in protected crevices when not sitting in their webs or actively hunting prey, so the key to effective spider control is a thorough inspection and application.
Two more tips:
- Inspect for worn door sweeps, as these are the most common routes of entry for crawling spiders.
- A web is a telltale sign that a spider is nearby. Use a pinstream application in cracks and crevices within 12 inches of all visible webs.