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  • Christy B

    Spiders hate peppermint! Put some peppermint oil in a squirt bottle with a little water and spray your garage and all door frames. - interesting!I knew it helped keep mice away but i didnt know it worked for spiders too, ill have to try it # Pin++ for Pinterest # use doterra essential oils

  • Don Shirley Wray

    Spiders hate peppermint! Put some peppermint oil in a squirt bottle with a little water and spray your garage and all door frames.-- doing this! I HATE spiders. My whole house will be peppermint! @Cai McLaughlin

  • Kara Robinson

    Spiders hate peppermint. Put water + a few drops of peppermint oil in a squirt bottle and spray your garage, doorways, window frames, etc. I HATE spiders. Maybe worth a try

  • Just Trixie
    Just Trixie • 2 years ago

    Oh my gosh, Dawn Dillingham!! I used to buy those at the grocery store to keep in my basement pantry but never knew what they were called. Are they those green warty looking fruits about the size of a regular apple? Please tell me it is, I need to buy some more.

  • Just Trixie
    Just Trixie • 2 years ago

    Hannah Yeager

  • Whitney Szentesi
    Whitney Szentesi • 2 years ago

    I sprayed a spider with peppermint spray once. It got pissed and ran away. I think it's still plotting its revenge.

  • Dawn Dillingham
    Dawn Dillingham • 2 years ago

    Trixie Ferguson, yes the green warty things are hedgeapples. If you know any hunters (don't know where you live) they would gladly gather some in the woods for you.

  • Kathleen Causey-Cook
    Kathleen Causey-Cook • 2 years ago

    I think they're also called Osage apples and at this time of year some grocery stores in the midwest carry them.

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