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How do I get rid of a bunch of spiders living in some bricks in the back of my garden?
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Really?
Are you so incompetent you cannot find a solution ?
If you find this to be a challenge, Ask your wife’s boyfriend
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>>1424616
It's a large pile of bricks that have been there for years. There's an obvious nest in it.

I was thinking some petrol and a lighter or some other chemical from a garden shop. But /diy/ should have some responses that can be quite helpful, moreso than the mothers that Google points you to.
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>>1424636
Lots of Boiling water problem solved
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>>1424612
Are they bad spiders? Most spiders are bros who kill more annoying/harmful bugs.
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>>1424659
Quite large spiders, yes bad ones. We're redoing the fence so a cleanup is necessary, but the toddler runs around the garden so I don't want to just displace them.

>>1424642
It's basically a pallet of bricks.
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>>1424612
same way you get rid of any vermin




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