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Natural Spider Repellent

Spider Repellent! Have wanted this a Long Time since I'm deathly afraid of all spiders! Easy recipe!

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5 Best Homemade Mosquito and Insect Repellent insects camping diy diy ideas easy diy bugs tips life hacks all natural camping hacks good to know repellent repellents
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Pest Control Houston

5 Best Homemade Mosquito and Insect Repellent insects camping diy diy ideas easy diy bugs tips life hacks all natural camping hacks good to know repellent repellents

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I need to try this is getting hot now and i dont want to come home from work at night to a spider...i dont care if i wake up the the whole house i will call and wake up my hubs to come outside and kill it

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from Building Our Story

Homemade Non-Toxic Spider Repellent #DIY

Homemade Non-Toxic Spider Repellent. Using Peppermint Oil for Spider Spray. All Natural Spider Repellent. Make your own Spider repellent with peppermint oil. #diy

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If you're like me, bugs creeping and crawling all over your home is a big no thank you. With some preventative procedures and DIY methods you can keep them out of your house without using any harsh chemicals.
from Lifehacker

Keep Your Home Bug Free with These DIY Pest Control Methods

If you're like me, bugs creeping and crawling all over your home is a big no thank you. With some preventative procedures and DIY methods you can keep them out of your house without using any harsh chemicals.

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DIY SPIDER KILLER - Natural Remedy to keep spiders out of your home for good !! Get rid of the zombie demon spiders

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from Everyday Roots

How to Keep Spiders Out of Your House with Essential Oils

spider spray: 5-7 drops of peppermint oil (or tea tree, lavender, citrus) in a spray bottle with 16 oz. warm water. Add a squirt of dish soap and shake and spray.

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from SF Gate

Ratio of Peppermint Oil to Water for Repelling Mice

Combine two teaspoons of peppermint oil with one cup of water and then add a few drops of dish detergent to help the ingredients mix better. Shake it all together in a spray bottle and apply the mixture any place that you have or suspect you have mice. Reapply the spray as the scent fades, usually after about two weeks. Also you can put undiluted peppermint oil on a cotton ball and place where you suspect mice.

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Natural spiders repellents - infographic

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