With their eight legs that they use to catch food, balance and knit beautiful silk beds, spiders are generally very anti-social. Spiders are vital to a healthy ecosystem. They eat harmful insects to keep them under control, pollinate plants, and recycle dead animal and plants back into the earth. They are also a valuable food source for many small mammals. And mostly, they mind their own business. Spiders! So needed, and yet so misunderstood....but there are times when we just don’t want to cohabit with them.But the common question is:
What is the Best Spider Spray?
Miss Muffet's Revenge is without a doubt, the best spider spray and spider repellant for both indoor and outdoor protection. It creates a protective barrier to kill and prevent spiders coming back. In areas where there is no weathering, you can get up to 12 mths protection. The easy to use sprayer, means that you don't have to get a ladder out. It sprays up to 4 metres, so it is really easy to get to those hard to reach areas such as under the roof. Keep the spiders at bay with this incredible spray!
What is the Top Selling Spider Spray?
There's no disputing that Miss Muffet's Revenge is the #1 Spider Control Product for spiders and cobwebs.
The easy to use sprayer means that you don't have to get a ladder out. It sprays up to 4 metres, so it is really easy to get to those hard to reach areas such as under the roof.
Keep the spiders at bay with this incredible spray!
So.. if you are serious about getting rid of house spiders, then pick up a bottle of Miss Muffet's Revenge NOW!
DID YOU KNOW? When a spider travels, it always has four legs touching the ground and four legs off the ground at any given moment.
DID YOU KNOW? Spiders have between two and six spinnerets at the back of their abdomen. Each one is like a tiny showerhead that has hundreds of holes, all producing liquid silk.
DID YOU KNOW? The silk in a spider’s web is five times stronger than a strand of steel that is the same thickness. A web made of strands of spider silk as thick as a pencil could stop a Boeing 747 jumbo jet in flight. Scientists still cannot replicate the strength and elasticity of a spider’s silk.
DID YOU KNOW? The silk that comes out of the spider’s spinneret is liquid, but it hardens as soon as it comes in contact with air. Some spiders have up to seven types of silk glands, each creating a different type of silk—such as smooth, sticky, dry, or stretchy.
DID YOU KNOW? While most spiders build a new web every day, the web of the gold orb can last several years and can even catch birds.