FANS of the cleaning sensation, Mrs Hinch, are going crazy a natural product that will keep creepy spiders at bay – and it won't cost you a penny.
Though for the most part harmless, spotting a spider – no matter how big the creature is – is never a pleasant surprise.
These creepy crawlies can become a nuisance when you begin to notice sticky webs in every corner – but luckily, fans of the cleaning whizz, Mrs Hinch, have shared a couple of solutions to tackle this problem, The Express reported.
Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, 32, has long been a favourite amongst fellow cleaning enthusiasts, with close to 4.5 million followers on Instagram.
The star rose to fame a few years ago with various home hacks and now her fans have even started dedicated cleaning pages on social media.
In one such group, Mrs Hinch Cleaning tips and tricks on Facebook, a member, Jenna Blethyn, sought advice: ''Can anyone recommend a spider spray that that have used and has worked for them?
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“We live close to fields and I can’t stand the huge spiders we keep getting in the house!
''I’m so scared of them but it’s been too hot to keep the windows closed!”
Luckily for Jenna – and anyone dealing with the scary creatures – the post was very soon inundated with suggestions.
Liz Beth wrote: “I live right next door to fields and I absolutely hate spiders, I put a bottle of peppermint essential oils left open on the window and I have a plug in, I also close windows as soon as it gets dark.”
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Helen Conte recommended: “Indorex spray was recommended to me it’s really a flea spray (Amazon) we live by a lake and the webs can appear in hours big thick as really sticky.
“Brush them away and spray – they’re gone for weeks. I’ve never found conkers work, but have never tried piercing the skin and some people swear that's what works – maybe try that?”
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Commenting on the post, Sandra Longstaff claimed: “Conkers really do work I put them in the corner of each room for years I life facing a field and never get one. Try it.''
Soosie Freeman also said: “Conkers on windowsills seem to repel them.”
Briony Slimmon joined writing: ''I use a spray which I buy online. Easy to find. One spray lasts months inside.
''It is called Verbax Indorex spray. Originally for cat fleas but is excellent for spiders. Costs about £14. But lasts up to two years.”
Shaheen Akhtar advised: “Sonic repellent will work better than a spray. Other than that plants such as lavender, peppermint will repel them.”
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Sandra Fish suggested: “Amazon spider killer spray – spray around doors and windows in and out.
“Works a treat.”
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