Spiders, hazard of collecting junk?

From: Russ Blakeman <rhblake_at_bigfoot.com>
Date: Mon Sep 20 18:09:24 1999

All I do is get the shop vac out andd suck out the case clean upon opening.
Also, with winter oming on it doesn't hurt to leave the eqauipment outside for
a day or two (sheltered) in subzero temps. Really good for killing off
spiders, roaches, etc.

Allison J Parent wrote:

> <I have to admit I am more than a little paranoid about spiders, and since
> <watching a brown recluse segment on PBS, I simply don't poke my fingers
> <into places I can't see.
> My other no computer collecting half was bitten by a Brown Recluse years
> ago at work (construction site trailer) and it was a nasty thing.
> I'm very wary as we do have black widows and brown recluse in New England
> and no doubt other nasty ones too. Most spiders that bite bring two risks
> their venom and infection with the later being sometime worse.
> take care and use Raid. Also most bug sprays are petroleum based and not
> good for computers or cases.
> Allison
Received on Mon Sep 20 1999 - 18:09:24 BST

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