They could. If they survive
What happens to spiders when they get sucked into a vacuum cleaner.... do they crawl back out after the machine is off?
I used a shop vac to suck up a massive amount of daddy long legs at work. I left them in the shop vac for 2 weeks before I opened it up thinking they were all dead. BIG MISTAKE! :)
Because I really like being in denial I will say no. Those scary spiders stay in my shop vac until I put them outside. End of story.
Just suck up a little bug spray after you suck up the spiders, problem solved.
hmm I am not sure.
I don't think that they do. By the way, can anybody say if the robot vacuum cleaner is a thing worth buying or not? I've found some awesome models on https://comparisono.com/compare-robot-vacuums/roomba-980-vs-inlife-i7 but I still don't really know if it's a good idea to buy one or not. What are your thoughts?
I hope they die in the vacuum cleaner
If they survive, then yes. But if you have a lot of spiders, you should fix this problem and get rid of them. Talking about of vacuum cleaners, I think you will agree with me if I say that modern robotic vacuum cleaners are really good! Modern devices provide many cool features and can help to clean almost all types of floors!