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My wife's car had the same issue and this is what helped us deal with it. Since spiders taste and smell through sensory organs on their feet, they tend to avoid areas with strong scents as it's too overpowering for them. Research/testing has shown that peppermint oil and chestnuts work effectively at repelling spiders and a variety of other insects (...


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I use lavender spray or drops in my home as a bug deterrent. Cheap, easy, effective, and all natural. Put some in a squirt gun and spray behind the glass. Let it drip down.


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Spiders dislike strongly aromatic plants. Carefully pop out the wing mirror glass referring to a YouTube video for your model of car. Clean out the area behind now that it is accessible. Obtain some small scented wooden balls that will fit in some of the spaces (perhaps in a net bag). Or make something up yourself, perhaps small strips of wood impregnated ...


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Most of the people (at least, most of the people I know) do not have this kind of problem. So, one point of view is that you should make some analysis and find out the source of those spiders. According to the picture, the car is parked in (on?) an area with vegetation. What else is around there? Maybe you can park the car somewhere else. Or, (partially) ...


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For someone who doesn't want to kill spiders, a pressure washer and leaf blower seems to be more on the violent end of the interaction spectrum. You might be interested in the Entrance CLOSED Hack: First, use a pipe cleaner or popsicle stick to reach into the space around the mirror. Use it to pull webs and other debris free from the mirror housing. Good. ...


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