Spiders are rarely harmful, but it doesn’t mean we want them within our home. here’s a few convenient ways to reduce them and keep them out. John Traver from the handyman dublin 6w says. For a lot of people spiders would be the endless enemy in any normal person’s living quaters.

If or not they switch up in the bathtub when you least expect it, sneak across the floor between you and the TV or even drop from the threshold under cover of night, one thing is for sure – they’re not welcome.

But never dread. For every large, small, long-legged, stumpy-limbed, hairy, terrifying, airy creepy-crawly that comes your way we have some easy tips to remove the interlopers.

Here are the top five ways to send spiders back in the great outdoors:

you. Typical cup and a glass method

Probably the most popular method for removing spiders, all you need is a cup or glass (pint glasses or even bowls might be needed to catch some of the big ones) and bit of cards or paper – unopened letters are as they own enough sturdiness not to wobble terrifyingly as you coax wincy into the glass.

Basically pop the glass/cup above the spider, gently slide the underneath it (taking treatment to not trap any index legs) and transport the spider outside before placing him free. All you need to do now could be work up the courage to procedure it. And it’s incorrect at all that they take below an hour to find their way back into your home. WHATSOEVER.

2. Web removing

Sometimes our eight-legged housemates want to weave a web in our houseplants – and if you do affect spot a crawl going out on its web, there’s a fairly easy way to send it packing. Break off the leaves/twigs/shoots the web is constructed between and, holding the web intact), take the crawl outside. You can forget web, and no more spiders says the handyman dublin 6

3. The tapping method

A good way to stop spiders squirming in transportation, apparently, but a method for the less arachnophobic among you as this involves (gulp) just you, the spider, and a broad open dustpan. Which means it might, technically, get on your FACE. Still, if you’re brave enough, softly ease the spider into a dustpan, then gently tap the underside of the dustpan while holding it outside. The vibration stop the spider motionless, meaning you’re less likely to scream and put the dustpan, and crawl, in the air.

4. The nudging method

In case your spider is already close to a window, or entry, gently encourage it to get some clean air. You can use your hands (but WHY would you? ), a ruler, a stick – what you may can use to give the spider a nudge towards freedom. Be gentle – if you’re subtle enough, he might even think it’s his own idea.

5. The emergency method

For many who freeze at the sight of an index, here’s my own tried out and tested method:

a) Call the nearest parent/partner/sibling/friend/neighbour (I have actually bumped on doors at arbitrary seeking help with an arachnid).

b) Jabber significantly that there is a spider in the house which happens to be a tarantula or at the very least tropical and probably dangerous, and this if it’s not removed immediately, you will faint or go and stay in a hotel.

c) Shed a few tears of relief as your rescuer comes through, probably armed with a glass and piece of card, and then pipe  yaup in a way that is both unhelpful and distracting as he (or she, but let’s face it, probably he) really does the dirty work.

d) Watch the spider be released outside and hope it doesn’t turn around and come straight backside in.

e) Your time rest of the nighttime feeling vaguely apprehensive and like you can’t relax in your own home anymore.

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