Hi Myra - We use this spray in conjunction with our swiffer and in addition to be a great duster spray, it helps to keep spiders and other buggies at a minimum. Hope this helps! Hugs, Holly
PS - We have a FREE eBook with recipes for all of my homemade and all-natural cleaners. You can download it here --> https://pinkfortitude.com/thank#GreenClean
All-Natural Spider Repellent Spray
It’s easy to make your own all-natural spider repellent that doesn’t contain any chemicals whatsoever. All you have to do is mix water with a couple of essential oils and apple cider vinegar in a spray bottle together and then apply it to any spots that you tend to find spiders, or where there are already. You can use the spray inside, but keep in mind that the oils can stain carpets, upholstery, bedding and other items, so proceed with caution.
Peppermint Essential Oil
Get a Cat
Horse Chestnuts (Conkers)
Clean Your Home Regularly
White vinegar has probably 1,000 uses or more, including repelling spiders due to its acetic acid content. By using a diluted solution, combining white water with vinegar, you can keep those little creatures away. Just add equal parts of vinegar and water in a spray bottle, shake well to combine and then spray it directly on spiders, cobwebs and any place you usually find them, like those cabinets, closets, sinks and corners. Be sure to get those cracks and crevices in the floor and walls and repeat once a week to keep them away.
Peppermint essential oil is supposed to repel spiders.
I believe all of these would work, but a friend that's a professional exterminator told me if you spray for spiders and such on the outside of your house, that you really need to do it at least every other month because of rain and heavy dew will wash the spray away.