Ultrasonic Spider Repeller

I've purposely not used any photographs of spiders in this section for those of you that might have a deep rooted fear of spiders (arachnophobia). 

Ultrasonic spider repellers offer a first line of protection when faced with the unwelcome sight of a spider in your room which can sometimes start a minor panic. In reality, the spider is far more scared of humans that we are frightened of it. A humane and very effective way to get rid of spiders is with an Ultrasonic spider Repeller.

Reality check!

A common question is "will the unit stop spiders from entering my house?" Answer - No. This is because 95% of all spiders you find in your house, live inside. House Spiders have their name for a reason and so they are not going to form an orderly que at your front door waiting to be let outside. The best you can do is try to keep designated rooms free of them.

How do the ultrasonic deterrents work?
 
An ultrasonic spider repeller creates an environment that a spider wants to get away from quickly. The plug-in device emits an ultrasonic sound that creatures want to get away from. It's not painful or cruel, just very annoying to a spider. Most of the ultrasonic spider repellers work in two different modes:

ULTRASONIC MODE:

The ultrasonic repeller deters a spider by using fluctuating ultrasonic waves to help keep your rooms free from spiders. Once plugged into the plug socket, the units emits ultrasonic waves into the room and causes auditory stress. The ultrasonic sound produced is beyond that of human hearing, so we can't hear it but animals can. 

ELECTRO-MAGNETIC MODE:

Once you plug the Ultrasonic Repeller into the mains socket it becomes part of the wiring circuit throughout your room. It uses the wiring to send an intermittent signal that targets the nervous system causing them to leave. This pulse can be felt by the pest outwards from the wiring up to 6 feet from a wall. So this acts as a deterrent to a spider from the outside as they can feel these signals coming from your outside walls.

 


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