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Brown recluse spiders like to hide/live in dark places, outside the home, in piles of firewood or other lumber, heavy vegetation, and tall grasses, so make sure to remove these items if this situation is applicable.
Vacuuming frequently in the area(s) in your home where you see the spiders will successfully remove them and their egg sacs, but it's important that you take out the vacuum bag immediately, wrap it in a plastic bag securely, and throw it out, in a garbage receptacle out of your house.
They can get inside through cracks in the foundation, walls, roof, etc., so make sure all cracks/holes are sealed up. They can be killed off by chemical insecticides and other methods, which you can read more about here: Getting rid of spiders
As you may know, brown recluse spiders are venomous, so if you (or any pets) should get bitten, seek medical treatment, immediately.
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