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    Terrifying truth behind tiny black dots that pop up on your ceiling and kitchen tiles 

    Revealed: The disgusting truth behind tiny black dots that pop up on your ceiling and kitchen tiles

    • Woman took photo of black dots in her home asking if people knew what they are
    • Majority of responders said that the black dots were in fact spider droppings 
    • Droppings appear more often in warmer seasons – which is bad news for Aussies
    • Professor Dieter Hochuli, an ecologist, said the droppings do not pose any risk 

    Mysterious black dots commonly found on ceilings, walls and kitchen tiles have been confirmed to be spider droppings.

    A baffled woman turned to a Facebook cleaning group for answers after seeing the tiny dark specks in her home.  

    The most popular response from group members – that the spots were made by spiders – was the correct one, an expert from the University of Sydney revealed. 

    The black dots (pictured) were identified as spider droppings which occur more often in warmer months

    A baffled woman took to Facebook with an image of black dots in her home asking if anyone knew what they were 

    The majority of answers said the dots were spider poo, and are more common in warmer months – which means bad news for Australians enjoying spring.  

    Dieter Hochuli, an ecologist and professor at the University of Sydney, confirmed the spider theory was true. 

    ‘Spider and fly droppings look similar – and those small blobs are liquid nitrogen-rich poo,’ he told news.com.au

    Spiders produce thick, liquid droppings which come in shades of white, gray, brown, or black. 

    Professor Hochuli said there was nothing to worry about as they were quite common at this time of year. 

    ‘There is no public health risk about them. We live surrounded by hundreds of spiders in our day-to-day lives.’  

    Dieter Hochuli, an ecologist and professor, said the droppings were not an issue

    Dieter Hochuli, an ecologist and professor, said the droppings were not an issue 

    Social media users also chimed in with ways to remove them.

    ‘It happens a lot this time of year, spiders pooing everywhere, Dettox spray is good for it,’ one wrote.  

    Others recommended wiping the droppings as soon as they’re spotted as that makes them easier to remove, and if left for too long could leave a yellow stain.

    Even if not cleaned off immediately, the droppings can still be removed with water and a stiff brush, or bleach, depending on the surface.

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