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2006-08-17 01:06:30
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It is not always a bad thing to allow a few Spiders to hang around your attic or basement, as they eat other less-desirable insects. To keep them out of your living area, just keep it clean. Sweep or vacuum away their cobwebs as soon as they turn up. Remove all egg sacks from in and around your home. If the infestation is unacceptable, you would need a professional exterminator.


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