K, so there's a spider in the corner of my bathroom, it's not especially big, but very thick and urgh. It's position in the corner makes it totally unsquashable, and I don't have any spray or money (never works anyhow). I really, really need a bath, and it really, really needs to die. The only option I can think of is the hoover, and that presents problems.
1) What's the chance that it'll miss the nozzle thing (quite small) and the suction will just cause it to fall down?
2) What's the chance that the hoover will completely 100% kill it? Can it survive going through the hoover (it's a vertical Dyson one if that makes any difference)? Cause I really can't risk it crawling out...
If the answer to either of those questions is 'possible' or worse, are there any better ways of removing spiders from corners? Kthnx.
Pre-emptive response. First person to complain about killing insects being wrong is a moron. They don't feel pain, or have anything resembling feelings. It's fine. If I don't kill it, I'll be horrifically unclean, and it's trespassing anyhow. if someone removes it it'll go outside and breed and come back inside with all it's children. IT NEEDS TO DIE.