Today in my storage area I saw a rather large spider that kind of looked like this:
except it's legs looked a little hairier and I don't remember that white mark on it's back. As I leaned in to see it closer, it just kind of stood it's ground and raised it's pinchers up. I thought, "Oh no, you didn't" and turned to grab the broom. However he escaped behind some boxes of Curtis Marvel mags and endless invoices earmarked for my accountant this spring. It got me thinking: What is the safest way to eliminate spiders and bugs from a storage area without harming your comics?
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#7012006 - 09/11/1309:11 PMRe: Getting rid of spiders in storage area with comics
[Re: Chuck Gower]
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Originally Posted By: Chuck Gower
Originally Posted By: BlowUpTheMoon
They'll be alive when you open the lid... and they can jump.
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