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Spider Traps - Spider Elimination Kits (for eliminating poisonous spiders).

Our Spider Traps offer excellent performance in trapping poisonous spiders.  If you want to place an order click here to use our shopping cart or give us a call.  Our Spider Traps are very effective at catching Hobo and Brown Recluse Spiders as well as other insects that crawl onto the traps.  A crowd becomes bait for more.

Many people choose to have insecticide sprays applied around their proprty.  Those sprays also kill off predators of the poisonous spiders.   As the insecticide deminishes, the poisonous spiders have more access because the predators have been significantly reduced.   It's a good decision to have our traps stand in to catch the invasion of poisonious spiders.

Use the link below to make your purchase.  Most orders can be sent first class mail and will reach you in three days.  You can purchase 5 traps per kit,  8 traps per kit or bulk traps (10 or more individual traps) (Bulk Traps are the best buy for 10 or more individual traps).  When the order becomes too heavy for First Class Mail we switch to priority mail flat rate envelopes for $5.05 postage.

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If you are being "bugged" by spiders, we have the original non-toxic Spider Elimination Kit that will solve your spider problems.  Many other insects will be trapped by these traps and will become bait to attract even more pests.  These kits work so well, we have many international customers.  We ship these traps to any non-USA location via Priority Mail.

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"The Spider Elimination Kit" can be used all year round to trap all kinds of crawling insects in your home, office, or school.  The kit is especially good for trapping poisonous spiders such as Hobo, Brown Recluse, Black Widow, and Yellow Sac, but is not limited to just trapping spiders.  While you are away (or sleeping), the bugs will play except when the Spider Elimination Kit is present to trap all the insects that land or walk onto its surface.  There isn't a better trap around than our Spider Elimination Kit.

There are inferior imitations of our Spider Elimination Kit in the market place, and  they never have worked as well as our traps.  Our goal has been to provide a superior product to control dangerous spiders.  Our traps were the first on the market to catch Hobo, Brown Recluse and Black Widow Spiders.  Our non-toxic traps are pre-baited to attract spiders and many insects.  They were the first choice of consumers in the nation when they came out and they remain the first choice of consumers now. When it fills with spiders and insects,  just toss it in the trash and set out another one. 

Range of Hobo and Brown Recluse Spiders:  the range of these spiders has greatly expanded.  There's a lot of out of date information on the internet regarding the range of these spiders.  The Hobo spider first entered the USA in the Pacific Northwest.  We have confirmed reports of Hobo Spiders from all of the Western States, most of the mid-west states and many Eastern states. The Hobo spider is in areas that can get quite hot, so we expect the Hobo to be at home in all of the USA.  The Brown Recluse is also expanding its territory into northern states and into the western states. 


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 If you are a retailer and would like to sell "The Spider Elimination Kit" through your outlet(s), call us at 888-769-3878 for our retailer information packet.  Our staff of retail experts can advise you how to best display these traps in your store to maximize your sales.

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Are you searching for a way to control spiders and other crawling insects in your home, office, store, garage, basement or school that actually works, is safe, easy to dispose of and does not leave "another" mess for you to clean up?  Look no further! Our "Spider Elimination Kit" is everything you have been looking for!  See our list of possible placements below.

Spiders and other insects are in homes, offices and schools year round and "The Spider Elimination Kit®" is the best way to attract and eliminate them.  We recommended you use our spider traps rather than spraying to kill spiders.

For example, spraying for the poisonous Hobo Spider kills far more of its predators and competitor insects that compete for its food, than the Hobo itself. In fact the Hobo Spider is becoming immune to many of the chemicals that used to kill it. If you eliminate the predators and competitors then the spiders you are trying to get rid of will have free reign.

Dear Thomas,
We met you at your booth, as you may recall, at the "Home & Garden Show" February, 2000. We talked to you about your spider traps for the Hobo Spider then but decided to spray for them instead of using your traps. Boy!...what a mistake that was! Spraying killed all the bugs around our property for sure; but it did not kill the Hobo's! We ended up with over three times as many than we had before spraying! It truly amazed us at how quickly their populations exploded in just a matter of months! You were right about the role all those "good" bugs we killed off play in helping to control them. (We won't do that again!) We are even catching them in the winter ...little guys that look just like the big ones!! Our traps get so full at times they must be lining up to get stuck!! Anyway, thank you for all your helpful information and for making these traps available! They're the best! -- R & J. M., Spokane, Washington.

Spraying is not good for you, your children, pets or the environment. Spraying leaves toxic pesticidal residuals that remain a hazard in your living environment, and leaves exposed to your pets and children the poisoned pests that are killed.

Our traps will catch a multitude of insects that may be crawling around in your home, office, or school safely, cleanly and effectively - with nothing left behind to worry over. Just pick up the trap and throw it away! (See our FAQ page).

The Male Hobo Spider. Click to enlarge picture.

Hobo Spider
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The strong hold territory of the Hobo Spider now ranges from southern Alaska, into British Colombia and Alberta Canada to Southern California, and east into Colorado. However, confirmed catches are being reported all across the United States all the way to the eastern seaboard. Chemical spraying has been a major contributor to the spiders' population explosion, as has interstate commerce, coastal shipping and families moving more often. The Hobo Spiders point of entry into the US was at the port of Seattle back before the 1930's. It originates from Europe and is widely found there.

Where to place your Spider Elimination Traps?

Normally you will place your trap against wall baseboards and either side of door entryways. (See picture below right). Many of our customers have found that placing their trap in any area where crawling bugs are active is effective at catching them.  If after a week your trap has not caught anything and you know you have the pest, try moving it to a new location. (The Hobo Spider unlike many spiders roams over large areas).

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Female Hobo Spider with pattern on back. Click to enlarge.

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Female Hobo Spider.
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Male Hobo Spider with pattern on back. Click picture to enlarge.

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Male Hobo Spider.
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Suggested locations.

Have a location tip? Email Us us with it and we will add it here!

Do you have a healed up Hobo Spider bite scar? Send us a close up picture with your bite story and we'll add them to our site. Many people just do not understand the serious damage a Hobo bite can cause. Email us your picture and story testimony and pictures.

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The Spider Elimination kit trap folded and properly placed. Copyright Mountian Bluebird.

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Safety first tip: Always remember to inform your children what our traps are for and caution them not to play with or handle them. Our traps are not harmful in any way, but what they catch can be. Keep your pets in mind when placing them. All pets are curious and will investigate them. Cats in particular. Cats are a natural predator of and will often play with and kill the Hobo and other spiders. They could get entangled pawing at a trapped spider. The adhesive is strong. Remember, our traps can be folded into a tent for added safety! (See our FAQ page).

Inside Home

Place along the edge of baseboards and either side of all door entryways.
Under beds.
In closets.
Under dressers.
Under or behind appliances.
Inside base cabinets in kitchen or bath.
Use in your inside greenhouses or sun rooms.
Place in vegetable or fruit cellar.

In the garage

Place on either side of all entryways and doors.
Place along walls.
In corners near a nest.
Under work benches.
Thumb tack on inside of firewood boxes.
Thumb tack on ceiling near light fixtures.
In or under storage cupboards.
Place on garage window sills.
Place near garbage cans.

In Basement / crawl ways

Place along edge of walls.
Behind your furnace.
In storage rooms.
Thumb tack between overhead rafters.
Along the walls in basement bathrooms.
Place in crawlway access tunnels.
Place on window sills and in window wells.
Thumb tack inside firewood boxes.

In the attic

Thumb tack onto dropdown attic ladders.
Place in attic storage rooms along walls.
Thumb tack near attic vents.
Thumb tack on overhead beams near corners.
Place on attic window sills.

"The Spider Elimination Kit" is available in the greater Pacific Northwest at these locations:

Gibson's Nursery & Landscape, Spokane
Jarms True Value Hardware, Cheney
Montana Ace Hardware

"The Spider Elimination Kit" is also available throughout the western U.S. at many other popular outlets. If your favorite retailer does not stock them, have them call us at: 888-769-3878.

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Common myths and misconceptions about the Hobo Spider.

The Hobo spider is aggressive.

In actuality, the Hobo has very poor sight, seeing clearly only a foot or two away. When first disturbed in a room by light or movement, they often remain still. Once they sense danger, they run, many times towards a person they can not really see. Because they are also fast, people mistake all this for aggression. However, many people have also been bitten by a Hobo that ran towards them and up their pant leg. The danger they pose is still very real, even if some of the reasoning for it is not.

Hobo's live only in the Pacific Northwest.

The strong hold territory of the Hobo spider is now known to range from extreme southern Alaska, into British Colombia and Alberta Canada to southern California, east into Colorado, with widespread, confirmed activity and catches throughout this range. Confirmed catches are also being reported across the United States to the eastern seaboard.

Contrary to some claims, Hobo spiders "are" active in Seattle, Washington., and Portland, Oregon. We are a little baffled as to why some authorities in these cities claim they are not a problem. The many confirmed catches in those cities beg to differ. Considering it is well known and accepted the Hobo infestation started in the port of Seattle sometime before the 1930's, this issue has become an interesting head scratching case of denial.

Hobo's are aggressive biters.

As many as 50% of bites by dangerously venomous spiders are "dry" with no venom being injected and no signs of poisoning developing. Most people bitten and envenomated by Hobo or Recluse spiders do not feel the initial bite and do not see the biting spider. More serious bites occur when the Hobo is trapped between clothes and skin and is trying to get away. The Hobo spider does not "actively seek" out humans to bite. However, if caught between skin and clothing or bedding it will almost always bite you. Many bites occur this way. Most bites are defensive in nature and lightening fast. The spider is simply trying to get away. Inside homes, Hobo's often hide in clothes, shoes (we found two Hobo's in our shoes one summer!) and bedding. We recommend keeping  clothes, shoes and bedding up off the floor.

Male Hobo top view

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Top view of a male Hobo.
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The Myth that Hobo's are only "seasonally" active.

Hobo spiders are most active during the months of June to late October, when the males are widely roaming and entering homes looking for females.

T & J Enterprises gathered stats from the Home & Garden 2001 show at the Spokane Interstate Fairgrounds for the second year from people visiting our booth whom we talked to about the spider traps - 800 people. During the shows four-day run 75 of these people reported having been bitten by the Hobo; 25 of those within the last three months inside the home (December, January and February). All were confirmed Hobo bites (spider identified). Another 50 people reported suspected Hobo bites within the last 6 months (spider was either not found or could not be 100% identified as the Hobo, but most likely was due to the nature of the resulting necrotic wound.) These figures are double those reported during the year 2000 show. Interestingly, 230 of these 800 people (not including the people reporting their own bites) also reported knowing someone who had been bitten within the last 6 months. Though a non-scientific survey, this info about the spiders activity clearly and strongly supports significant Hobo spider activity during non-mating months (mating months are June to late October) and underlines the non-seasonal nature of the problem and importance of keeping "The Spider Elimination Kit" traps out year round. This also indicates younger spider activity during these months, since mature adults that mate usually die off afterwards, and is also supported by the size of the Hobo's caught during these off mating months; they are juveniles (one and two year olds) for the most part. This information is supported by similar feedback from customers throughout the Hobo's western home range.

Spraying controls Hobo spiders.

Chemical spraying does not control the hobo spider! Spraying kills far more predator and competing spiders and insects than it does Hobo's. Perhaps the single biggest reason why the Hobo populations have grown as wide spread as they are. Customers report Hobo populations increase upwards of three times after spraying. The spider is also becoming immune to some chemical sprays.

Hobo's only bite humans.

Many pets - dogs and cats - have been bitten by the Hobo spider. They can and have died from them if not immediately treated. Bites from the Hobo spider can also pose a grave, even lethal health risk to small children because of their size and still developing immune system. Please use common sense when using our traps when small children and pets are present in the area or home. Thousands of customers are successfully protecting their homes, families and pets from the Hobo spider using our traps. Thoughtful placement goes a long ways towards protecting those that know to leave the traps alone and those that don't.


Incidents of Hobo bites are greatly reduced when our traps are in use.

Hobo's crawl through drain pipes.

In general, Hobo's are very poor climbers, staying at or near ground level. After water, they are often found in bathtubs and sinks. They slide down the slick, steep surfaces and can not climb back out. Hobo's build non-sticky webs and are not adapted to climbing on smooth or sticky surfaces. This Achilles heal of the Hobo is one reason why (along with our natural attractant) our sticky traps are effective at catching and holding them, as are the sticky webs of competing spiders. If the wall surface is porous enough they'll usually only climb up about four feet or so. Many people report Hobo's climbing carpeted stairs of bi and tri level homes to the upper levels. We've had many reports of Hobo's appearing to be coming out of floor drains. On further investigation, we are finding in most of these instances the Hobo's are crawling along the outside of the pipe, which has broken away from the concrete, and coming through the breathe holes of the floor drains. Hobo's do not live inside drain pipe systems or travel through the sewers. However, it may be some nest inside floor drains that are never used and which hold no water, but we have yet to confirm that, though some customers are very insistent about them coming out of such drains. That may explain why.

Male Hobo side view. Copyright Mountain Blue Bird.

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Male Hobo side view.
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Only the male Hobo spider is venomous.

Both male and female Hobo's can deliver a venomous bite. Males tend to be more toxic. The Hobo spider has a three-year life cycle. Juveniles (one and two year olds) are often found to winter over inside homes and other heated structures. This is supported by confirmed juvenile catches. The Hobo spider has greater year round activity inside homes than previously thought. This is further supported by bites during the off mating season months, November to May, from juveniles. The juveniles bite is often more toxic than adults. What are these guys eating you ask during these months? Our traps are also very effective at catching a host of anthropoids along with the Hobo's. Hobo's do catch and eat them. Another reason to use our traps: they help rid your home of food sources.

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 Typical outside Hobo web.

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Typical outside Hobo spider web.

Young male Hobo on inside web.

Young male Hobo on inside web.
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The Hobo Spider is responsible for most of the bites thought to be by the Brown Recluse Spider in the Northwest. Spraying for Hobos kills the food competing spiders and Hobo predators and actually aids in increasing their numbers.

If you are bitten by a Hobo Spider, please seek medical attention immediately! Take the spider and or what remains of it with you to your Doctor or the emergency room. It is critical that the medical personnel positively identify the spider that bit you so they can properly treat the bite.

Hobo Spider bite.

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Hobo spider bite.
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A venomous bite from a Hobo or Brown Recluse Spider can be severe. Necrotic arachnidism can be produced by envenomation (venom poisoning) from the bite of Hobo, or Recluse. It occurs due to the venom's ability to clot blood that results in an area of tissue receiving inadequate blood flow and thus dying secondary to oxygen starvation.

The "Spider Elimination Kit" 5-pack.

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Instructions - How to use your "Spider Elimination Trap"

Instructions for Spider Elimination Trap

The best way to control Hobos is with the "The Spider Elimination Kit". It contains four pre-baited traps and they catch Hobos. 

Hobos tend to stay near the floor and when they enter a room they follow the baseboard.  Hobos are caught by placing the traps by the baseboard. 

The Hobo Spider is a potentially dangerous houseguest in the Western U.S. that needs to be evicted and The Spider Elimination Kit will serve his papers.

This trap can be used all year long and will trap a variety of insects or spiders that contact the powerful adhesive.

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The Brown Recluse Spider. Click picture to enlarge.

Brown Recluse Spider
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In the south from Florida to California the Recluse Spider is a severe problem. This picture above is of the Brown Recluse, a spider that has a notorious reputation in Texas and surrounding states. This spider is also becoming well established throughout the Western United States. We also have packaged our spider traps for these spiders, along with the Hobos. The habits of the Brown Recluse are different and the directions for catching these spiders reflect those differences. The traps are equally effective for both spiders. Please call us at 888-769-3878 for more information.

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Who uses "The Spider Elimination Kit"?

Home owners, Schools, City Governments, Hotels, Motels, Restaurants, Light Houses, Post Offices, Churches, Banks, Realtors, Office Buildings, Warehouses, Garden Shops, Greenhouses, Hardware Stores, Gas Stations, Forestry Buildings, Factories, TV - Stations, Resorts, Vacation Cabins, Grocery Stores, Auto Repair Shops, Florist Shops, Museums, Veterinarian Offices, Farmers, Fruit Grower Warehouses

The list is too long to complete! The Spider Elimination Kit is used by everyone, everywhere.

"The Spider Elimination Kit" in action

"The Spider Elimination Kit" trap is effective in catching all kinds of insects beyond spiders that may be roaming around your home or office.  The adhesive on this trap is effective in holding larger insects.

What are you catching with your "Spider Elimination Kit" traps? Send us your pictures and we will display them here! (See our FAQ page).

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Cricket and Centipede, caught inside house!

Cricket and Centipede. Caught inside house.

A common house bug.

Common house bug. Caught inside house, between doors.

A common sight with this trap! Many kinds of spiders and other bugs.

Lots of Spiders and other bugs. Caught inside greenhouse.

Consistently catches spiders and other bugs.

More Spiders and bugs. Caught inside greenhouse.

The "Mouse and Rat Elimination Kit" also catches spiders and other bugs!

The "Mouse and Rat Elimination Kit" also catches spiders and other bugs! Caught inside greenhouse.

Closeup from picture on left.

Close up from picture on left.

Caught in the garage.

Caught in a garage.

Spider trap with a variety of bugs.

Close up from picture.

These are two of the spiders these traps are made to catch.

From above trap. Male and female Hobo Spiders.

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Hobo Spider Information Sheet
Release date: 7-11-2004
Released to: All News media
Released by: T & J Enterprises

This "Hobo Spider Information Sheet" is being released to all TV News stations nation wide as a public service of T & J Enterprises. It is our aim to provide stations with the most up-to-date and accurate information on the Hobo Spider. This information is for benefit and accuracy of your news reporting and coverage of this annual story.

We wish to thank all the TV stations that run this story annually for the benefit and safety of their viewing public.

Should you have any questions or wish to do an updated news story, please feel free to contact us.


Thomas Giannou
T & J Enterprises
2328 West Providence Ave.
Spokane, WA 99205


Hobo Spider Information Sheet

The Hobo Spider is one of the most dangerously venomous spiders in the United States. The Hobo’s "stronghold territory" ranges from extreme southern Alaska through southern B.C. and Alberta Canada to central and southern California, east into central Colorado. However, we have confirmed catches throughout the continental USA to the eastern seaboard and into all Gulf States, making the "Hobo Spider" a national pest.

The Hobo Spider, originating from Europe began its infestation of the continental USA in the Port of Seattle some time before the 1930's. Most poisonous spider bites in the western half of the USA is due to the Hobo spider.

A venomous bite from a Hobo or Brown Recluse Spider can be severe. Necrotic arachnidism results from envenomation (venom poisoning) from the bite of Hobo, or Recluse. It occurs due to the venom's ability to clot blood that results in an area of tissue receiving inadequate blood flow and thus dying secondary to oxygen starvation.

Up to 50% of bites by dangerously venomous spiders are "dry" with no venom injected and no signs of poisoning developing. Most people bitten and envenomated by Hobo or Recluse spiders do not feel the initial bite and do not see the biting spider. Bites that are more serious occur when the Hobo gets between clothes or bedding and skin and is trying to get away. Keeping clothes, bedding and storage boxes off the floor is a wise precaution, since they are preferred hiding places for the Hobo. People often get bit in bed, sleeping on couches or floors, when putting on clothes, coats, gloves or shoes that have been on the floor, and when picking up piles of laundry.

Seek medical attention if you think you have a Hobo or Brown Recluse spider bite. If possible collect up the spider or what remains of it and take with you to your doctor or emergency clinic.

"The Spider Elimination Kit" is regularly featured in TV news and radio reports as the most effective way to control and eliminate populations in your living environment of the dangerously venomous Hobo and Brown Recluse spiders, as well as a variety of other poisonous and nuisance crawling insects.

Chemical spraying does not control the Hobo spider. Spraying kills far more predator and competing spiders and insects than it does Hobo's, and has been a major contributor to the Hobo's population explosion throughout the USA. Customers report Hobo populations increasing upwards of three times after spraying. The spider is also becoming highly resistant to some chemical sprays. Conversely, dramatic declines and elimination of Hobo populations are being reported from consistent year round use of our traps in widely varying living environments.

The Hobo spider has a three-year life cycle and is more active during its mating months of June to late October, when the males enter homes and other structures looking for nesting females. The three-year-old mature males generally die off after mating. The females often remain at their nest with the egg sacks until late November, into December. Hobos' lay one to three egg sacks containing 100 or more eggs each.

Reports indicate no matter the infestation location, juvenile Hobo’s (one and two year olds) are regularly caught inside homes and other heated structures throughout their non-mating cycle months (November through May). Proving the Hobo Spider has year round activity. Reports also indicate as many bites occur during these (non-mating cycle) months as during mating season months. The bite from juveniles are often more toxic than the adults.

Homes are "crawling with food sources" for juvenile Hobo spiders and two year olds maturing into mating adults. Since “The Spider Elimination Kit” is effective at trapping a wide variety of crawling insects and other spiders, it is removing potential food sources while catching Hobo Spiders.

It is very important for people to become aware Hobo spiders are not just around and active and a concern during their mating months: they are an active and dangerous year round pest.

Many assumptions about the Hobo Spider based on the behavior characteristics of its European cousin, simply have not turned out to be the case at all with the Americanized Hobo Spider.

The Hobo Spider has adapted to its (North American) habitat very well, to modern dense urban living environments, peoples living practices, temperature extremes and geographic location. These adaptations and "environmental adjustments" in the spiders’ behavior have not followed predictions about their adaptations, making the Hobo spider a far more dangerous pest.

Misinformation regarding the Hobo spider and refusal to believe they are happening by “authorities that should know better” can cause people harm. Misinformation is responsible for creating a self-perpetuating mythology now in place about this spider. Misinformation is also responsible for the national spread of this spider, by using ineffective control practices that contribute to its spread.

Some of the more important environmental, behavioral and nesting characteristic adaptations of the Hobo Spider are:

To effectively control and eliminate Hobo spiders from your living environment, keep our traps in place throughout your home year round, thus catching juveniles before they mature and adults before they can breed. Our traps also catch a variety of small anthropoids and other crawling insects (even mice), helping to rid your homes of potential Hobo food sources and other pests.

”The Spider Elimination Kit” traps have a natural organic attractant, are 100% environmentally, and contact safe.

The Hobo is "not" an aggressive spider. That is a myth. Hobo's have poor vision seeing clearly only to about a foot or two away. However, being a fast spider - listed as one of the fastest spiders in the world by Guinness Book of World Records - when they sense potential danger or are startled they will run, often towards the source – which is often a person. A startled spider can run up the shoe and pant leg. The bites from both male and female Hobo's are poisonous and both have a distinct herringbone or chevron like pattern on top their dorsal abdomen. Hobo spiders prefer floor or ground level habitats, rarely found high on walls or ceilings. We have many reports of them climbing carpeted stairs to upper floors.


Designed to catch the Hobo and Brown Recluse spiders, "The Spider Elimination Kit" traps are also an effective, safe means of controlling many insects in the home. Consistently catching ants flies, inside centipedes and other anthropoids, silverfish, beetles and other nuisance spiders, all potential food sources of the Hobo spider.

For up-to-date information on the Hobo Spider, or to learn more about "The Spider Elimination Kit” or order on-line, visit our web site at: tandjenterprises.com - the official manufacturer information site for "The Spider Elimination Kit".

Thomas Giannou
T & J Enterprises
2328 West Providence Ave.
Spokane, WA 99205

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