Spider Balls | How to Repel and Rid Your House of Spiders

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7 Responses

  1. Ed says:

    We have them in Indiana an PA. Ive seen horses an cows est them.

  2. Pat T says:

    I will keep my eyes out for these – I would love to try them!

  3. Debbie Learman says:

    Hi! I’m interested in buying a dozen of your Osage balls. I used to gather them, but, am no longer Close enough to drive.
    They work FANTASTIC!
    *my housekeeper would come and say, of all the houses I clean, yours is the only one that has no cobwebs! My house was a 90 year old house.
    Do you take Venmo or PayPal?
    Thank you, soooo much!

    • birdlady612 says:

      Thanks for checking in. I’m actually not selling them at the moment. Between my work and school schedule, and all of the coronavirus stuff happening, I haven’t been able to get any at our local farmers market. I apologize for the inconvenience. They do work great though.

  4. Jenny says:

    Are these relatively safe/ non-toxic? (Pets/kids)

    • birdlady612 says:

      As far as I’ve read they are safe, however, I wouldn’t let my child or dog eat them; they are very sticky. There is a great article I found online that may answer your questions in a bit more detail. Read all the way through for the most info. Thanks for stopping by- I’m going to get this years supply at my farmers market this weekend. https://www.hunker.com/13429209/are-hedge-balls-poisonous

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