Odd problem - spiders in garage windows
#18
  Re: Odd problem - spiders in garage windows by FS7 (My garage isn't my s...)
I set off bug bombs in my garage every 6 months or so.
It keeps the spider population in check.
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  Re: RE: Odd problem - spiders in garage windows by KC ([quote='Cooler' pid=...)
(03-31-2018, 06:43 AM)KC Wrote: Prying eyes.

Ok.  My garage windows are high enough up that you need a ladder to see in.   Or out for that matter.  One of them is blocked with shelving anyway.  Oh and I guess it helps that there aren't really any eyes around here to be prying.
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#20
  Re: Odd problem - spiders in garage windows by FS7 (My garage isn't my s...)
Ceiling grid light panels make a cheap privacy screen and let in plenty of light.
No animals were injured or killed in the production of this post.
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#21
  Re: Odd problem - spiders in garage windows by FS7 (My garage isn't my s...)
Consider old-school cheap vinyl roller shades with internal spring.  When they get dirty, pull them open, take them down, hose them off with soap and water and a brush if necessary, and put them back up.  Good for another year.  When they get too funky, throw them out and get new ones; you won't even have to replace the brackets.
Tom

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  Re: RE: Odd problem - spiders in garage windows by KC ([quote='Cooler' pid=...)
(03-31-2018, 06:43 AM)KC Wrote: Prying eyes.

i took care of them real easy:
strip tease with power tools as props.
no more prying eyes.
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#23
  Re: Odd problem - spiders in garage windows by FS7 (My garage isn't my s...)
That's a novel approach for sure. I like your way of thinking, Tom. But beware, that might actually attract some folks.
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#24
  Re: Odd problem - spiders in garage windows by FS7 (My garage isn't my s...)
Put film on the windows, you see out, they don't see in.  No blinds.  Don't use mirrored film.  We did the bronze mirrored film on a bay window ... for one whole summer a woodpecker fought with that birdie in that window from sunrise to sunset, off and on to exhaustion all day long.  We replaced all the windows that fall with Pella windows, didn't need the tint.
Jim in Virginia
You can tell a lot about the character of a man -
By the way he treats those who can do nothing for him.
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