Spider Control Products
Nixalite Spider Control Products
include efficient sticky traps, sprays and small propane foggers. Spider bites can be more than a nuisance, they can carry disease and cause nasty infections. Don't let them roam freely around your home or business. There are around 40000 different species of spiders.
Spiders are vital to a healthy ecosystem. They eat harmful insects, pollinate plants, and recycle dead animal and plants back into the earth. They are also a valuable food source for many small mammals, birds, and fish.
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Steri-Fab Multi-Purpose sanitizer, virucide, germicide, fungicide, mildewcide, disinfectant, and Insecticide that kills bed bugs, lice, fleas, ticks and dust mites and other insects. No mixing, safe and easy to apply. (Not for use in foggers)
Kills Bedbugs, Ticks and Mosquitoes Spray
Rest Easy Bed Bug control for luggage and mattresses is a conveniently sized and ready to use water based spray that kills bedbugs and other insects on contact. Ideal for both business and leisure travelers.
Kills Bed Bugs Spray II
Long lasting water based non-residual formula that kills bed bugs dead on contact. This spray helps keep bedbugs and other insects from coming back. Use in homes, hotels, motels and other areas. Kills pests on contact.
Stick-Em City Rat & Snake Glue Trap
Economical Stick-Em Glue Traps for indoor snake & rat capture and relocation. Stick-Em Glue Traps for Snakes and Rats will trap and hold snakes rats, mice, spiders, scorpions and other nuisance insects.
VectorFog BM100 Motorized Backpack Sprayer
Equipped with an adjustable, flat spray, hollow cone and jet stream nozzle the BM100 backpack sprayer/mister can accommodate the majority of your spraying needs.
Spiders are Insects... right?
Spiders are arachnids, not insects.
Spiders have 8 legs while insects have 6.
Spiders don’t have antennae while insects do.
Spiders are found on every continent of the world except Antarctica.
There are around 40,000 different species of spiders.