Spider Web removing tool which extends to over 5 feet long enabling the user to reach key areas to clean away spider webs. This is a great tool and adds to any treatment being done around the home for spider control. Of course, removing spider webs won’t remove the spiders but it certainly enhances the performance of any applications made as well as insuring no egg sacs are left behind. Remember, the egg sacs are pretty well protected from the insecticides and won’t die just because they are sprayed. If left alone they will eventually hatch and can produce hundreds of offspring. These young spiders will almost assuredly find their way into living areas and/or start nesting close to where they hatch. Most importantly, they may not hatch for several months following applications so there may be no chemical active to kill them when they finally are exposed and vulnerable. For this reason the removal of as many webs as you can find is always suggested.
Use the Webster any place inside or outside where webs have been seen. This could be along overhangs, under eaves, around light fixtures, around bushes, along breeze ways, on patio furniture, in garages, in crawl spaces, in attics, in living areas close to the ceiling, around air vents, around ceiling fans, on trees, under decks and just about anywhere you can reach. This is a “MUST HAVE” for any boater who docks their boat only to find it covered with webs every time they try to board it. Keep one available to give the craft a quick once over and those annoying webs can be removed within minutes.