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Old 09-01-2009, 08:41 PM   #1
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bug bomb for cars?

so i was wondering if theres such a thing? one that wont leave any smell or mess up the interior? so ive been spoting alot of spiders in my car lately, alittle more since i went camping, but last week i see alot of white strings on the side of my car couldnt figure it out, then started seeing baby spiders.

now usually one or two spiders wont bother me but the thought of a whole bunch of them does lol esp if im driving and my finance is freaking out lol she hates them
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Old 09-01-2009, 08:43 PM   #2
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eeeeek..
LOL..

imagine one just crawling up your leg and the onto your.......

while you're driving or having......

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Old 09-01-2009, 08:44 PM   #3
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eeeeek..
LOL..

imagine one just crawling up your leg and the onto your.......

while you're driving or having......


I'd be in the ditch faster than a bullet hitting its target...

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clean the cabin filter?
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lol jjashaa

yeah im about to do major clean up on my car tomorrow
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Old 09-01-2009, 08:50 PM   #6
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hmm seems like u got a whole family of spiders in your ride
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I had the same problem in my grand prix a couple years ago because I parked under a bunch of low hanging trees. I literally took my interior apart...seats out, dash off, pillars and trim panel off and trunk taken apart. I used simple green in the engine bay and low pressure sprayed it down pretty good everywhere that I could get wet. Then I used a vaccum with a small tipped attachment and vaccumed every crack, crevice, you get the point. I had a friend put my car up on a lift and used a low pressure washer on the undercarrige. As I sprayed the car down I'd see one or two dead spiders on the ground but not as many as I'd seen in my car. But after putting the car back together I never saw another spider as long as I had it and no webs were popping up anymore.

The other problem that you're going to have is if where you park is the reason that the spiders are in your car, they will get into your car again, so you might wanna consider parking somewhere else.
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lol i think imma have to cut down some trees then haha
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haha... it'll definitely take less time that dismantiling your whole car. lol
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I freakin hate spiders
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Didn't drive my car for two days.. got into it today and noticed a spider was hanging down my window from my visors. FREAKED the crap out of me. I took out my 9 LED flashlight and flashed it through the window. That thing for SURE had to be poisonous (well, all of them are, but not all of them affect us).

If that thing was in the car, oh man it would of been catastrophic.
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Try parking in the sun with the windows up. Perhaps the heat will kill them.
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