OK! I am sort of live and let live when it comes to spiders. I tend to capture them and release them outdoors if I can. I am currently living in a ground floor apartment raised about 6" above ground level on a concrete slab. I nearly had a heart attack when I found a 3" long centipede in my bathtub the other day. THAT was sent to the great beyond with a slipper and the tub scrubbed. I've got earwigs. I've also got spiders. I'm evicting several per day, and have been bitten a couple of times already. So far I haven't seen any recluses or black widows, and none of the bites have done worse than leave welts. I've left a msg with maintenance requesting that they spray the perimeters of the building and entrances/windows for the critters, FWIW, but I'm wondering if anyone has any suggestions to make my house less appealing to the beasties. I don't want to have to start killing them, but no ten minutes ago I evicted a wolf spider that went trucking across my screen and it's getting a little old. There is no standing water, no leaks that I can detect, no dripping taps, nothing that I can find that would attract spiders. I am not finding webs anywhere. Screens appear to be tight. There is no vegetation close against the section of the building in which I live and grass is kept short. I don't want to spray inside due to the cats. I'm not up for spider murder by any means. I'd just like to convince the dratted things that outdoors is a much nicer place to live than in my apartment. Any ideas?