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  • Cara Baris

    I hate spiders!!! natural spider killer or preventer... take one cup of vingar, one cup of pepper powder, a teaspoon of oil and liquid soap. put it into a spray bottle and spay along the outside of your door (outside door) and along windows refresh after it rains. Must try this.

  • S C

    I think I've waited all my life for this recipe... natural spider killer or preventer...take one cup of vingar, one cup of pepper powder, a teaspoon of oil and liquid soap. put it into a spray bottle and spay along the outside of your door(outside door) and along windows refresh after it rains. You're welcome everyone...

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