Advertisement I think I've seen Petko line his rehouse outer bin with something along the lines of Vaseline or KY, and then powder that with baby powder to keep his ants from escaping, and also when rehousing bolty Old Worlds. I'm rehousing that closet OBT tonight, and we're not going through that again! So does the baby powder and whatever slicky goo process work? Because that OBT came barreling out of that bin like a bat out of hell last time. Yes, I'm going to do the rehouse in the bathroom, but I cannot get down to work out of a bathtub, and I don't think that would stop this boy anyway. What is the best way to keep bolty spiders with a successful track record of that behavior in the bin during a rehouse? And no worries, I already have a bartenders supply of catch cups to choose from and a brand new set of good, long handled, very soft paint brushes to work with.