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Repelling Spiders With Peppermint Oil


Spiders hate peppermint!

Peppermint oil is an ideal choice if you have spiders in your house because it is all-natural. You don’t have to spray harsh chemicals that could have a negative impact on both humans and animals; instead, you can use a small amount of peppermint oil, which is safe for use around all living things.

The great thing about peppermint oil is that it not only smells good, but it doesn’t kill the spiders, it just forces them out. In addition to spiders, the peppermint oil will also keep other pests away such as ants and mice as well as most insects. With just a little bit of peppermint oil in your home you may find that it is suddenly free of all of the pests you dislike.

Applying the Peppermint Oil to Your Home

  • Peppermint oil can easily be applied to your home to repel spiders and other pests. Simply soak a cotton ball with peppermint oil and then place it in a small dish where you commonly see spiders, ants, mice or other pests. The oil will eventually dry up, so check the cotton ball every two to three weeks and soak again if needed. The scent of the peppermint oil is not appealing to the pests and will repel them, forcing them to move out if they are there and keeping them out. The benefit is that your home will be pest free and also smell great.

When to Treat

  • You should treat your home as soon as you notice spider activity. Once you find this works for you, you would be well advised to place a soaked cotton ball in the areas where the spiders come in every spring and fall or when you see the most spider activity. In warm climates, you would be well advised to keep soaked cotton balls in these areas year ’round.

I HATE spiders, this will be used in our home right away! I found a large bottle of it HERE!

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