You know, the ones that have a picture of a horrifying hobo on the front: You get 8 sticky pieces of carboard that you shape into boxes and place about the home to catch spiders and whatever big ugly bugs you have. I have spiders. I'm a crappy housekeeper in an old home with trees around and substantial crawlspace under the house, cracks around all the doors, in-window air conditioners, too much furniture, infrequent vacuuming, etc. I don't have a spider problem, but I'm serious, when you're at the feed store and you see a box of these with that picture you think, OMG, I have GOT to get those. So I bought myself one and the kids and I had fun putting them together (shit, I could have used a roll of duct tape and cut up shoeboxes, $4 max) and then placing the traps everywhere we've either seen spiders or suspect they may be....along walls, behind the couch, in the bathroom under the shelves next to the tub, behind the bookcases, next to the wall (per instructions) under the desk under the one air conditioner I still haven't taken out of the window. FUCKING WASTE OF MONEY. The ONLY thing we've caught with those bastards was an adorable little bracelet the kids either made or got from the trinket box at school (they can't agree) that was ruined when I pulled it from the flipping bug trap. Don't let scary pictures of spiders psyche you into buying CRAP. That's the moral of this story. Oh, and p.s., we still find wild spiders here and there. We have a cat who eats them. We used to squish them. Now, every time we see one, we let Bacon in and show it to him. It takes him 2 seconds. Sometimes he foams a little at the mouth, but he seems to enjoy it. Reminds me of eots a bit.