TERRO® Spider Killer Spray 16oz.

  • Price $4.59 EACH
  • Reg Price $5.59


Have creepy crawlers invading your home? Protect yourself and ease your mind with TERRO® Spider Killer Spray. This water-based spray kills an array of spiders including black widow, brown recluse, and hobo spiders. In addition, the product also works on ants, bed bugs, cockroaches, scorpions, silverfish, Asian lady beetles, and crickets.


Kill spiders, including black widow, brown recluse & hobo spiders

Also works on ants, cockroaches, crickets, scorpions, bed bugs, and other insects

Provides rapid knockdown with extended killing power

Use as a direct, broad treatment or crack-and-crevice application

Spray along ant trails, near entry points, around baseboards, in crawl spaces, and other common pest areas

Water-based formula is ideal for indoor and outdoor use

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Model # T2302-6
Includes 1 lb aerosol spray can
Design Ready-to-use
Active Ingredients Water-based formula containing Pyrethrins (0.05%), Deltamethrin 0.02 %), and other ingredients (99.93%).
Eliminates Spiders including black widow, brown recluse and hobo spiders. It is also effective on ants, cockroaches, scorpions, bed bugs, silverfish, Asian lady beetles, and crickets.
Recommended Use
  • Around Doors
  • Around Windows
  • Behind Appliances
  • Patios
Indoor or Outdoor Use Indoor and outdoor use

BEST USED FORAround Doors, Around Windows, Behind Appliances, and Patios


TERRO® Spider Killer Spray comes in a ready-to-use aerosol spray can. For indoor use, point and spray in any non-food areas where the pests crawl and hide, including around doors and windows, behind appliances, the underside of shelves, and other similar areas. Spray the spiders directly for best results. For outdoor use, point the spray nozzle away from your face, holding the can on a slight downward angle. For best results, spray when the air is calm. Spray infested areas such as the surface of patios or picnic areas. 


Spiders are the largest order of arachnids, containing between 40,000 to 50,000 known spider species. Your home could be tidy and clean, but this doesn’t matter to these unwanted visitors. They love to live under sinks and cabinets, closets, entryways, and much more. Most spiders are harmless, but there are “The Big Three” venomous spiders that live in the U.S., that you want to avoid. They include the brown recluse, black widow, and hobo spider.


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