How to kill spiders without touching them

The most common way to kill a spider without touching it is to use a needle, a syringe or a razor blade, according to experts.

But even those methods are less effective than a knife or a sharp knife.

It can take up to three to five minutes for the spider to be dead.

The most common method to kill the black house spider is to inject it with a solution that causes a chemical reaction.

That causes a blister on the spider’s body, which causes it to itch.

The spider then will try to crawl away and then bite.

If that doesn’t work, it can be wrapped in a towel and placed in a warm, dark room, said Dr. David G. Anderson, director of the Center for Parasites and Vibration Research at the University of Alabama in Huntsville.

It will crawl away, and if it doesn’t, it will try again.

A needle can be injected into the spider if it has been bitten, said Anderson, who is also a scientist at the Alabama Center for Vector Control.

The needle can also be placed in the spider and left there for an hour.

He said that in the worst cases, the spider may bite again if the blood does not clot.

The spider is considered to be a medium-sized spider, with a body length of about 2 to 3 inches, and its legs are 1 to 2 inches long.

The body color is black, with dark spots in the center and white spots on the outside.

The black house is considered the most venomous spider in the world.

The spiders bite on the skin, and they inject a paralyzing venom called paralytic venom.

The venom is so potent that if a person is bitten, the paralytic bite will stop the animal’s heartbeat and stop the heart from beating, causing death.

The white house is the second most venomously venomous.

It bites on the body but does not inject paralytic.

If the white house spider bites, the bite will cause the spider blood to clot, causing paralysis.

In general, the black and white house spiders bite in one area of the body and inject paralyzing or paralyzing agent in another area.

The black house bites on its lower legs, and the white houses bites on each leg, said Christopher Pappas, an entomologist at the Center of Vector Control in Madison, Alabama.

The two species are closely related.

Both are small, about the size of a grain of rice, and both can grow to about 100 millimeters in length, Anderson said.

The red house spider lives in Florida and the black is found in North Carolina.

They also live in the southern U.S. and Canada, Anderson added.