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I assume that you have already killed it, but the picture is not clear enough to get a good view of the spider. If you have not thrown it away, I would put it in some type of container so that if your husband shows any type of symptoms and you go to the hospital, take it with you and they might be able to identify it and be able to help you. Sorry I could not be of better help!
Hello Christy, normaly I don't answer medical questions here this is a auto repair forum ,with that said I reacently got bit by a barn spider 1 week passed and nothing then started to get flu like symptoms pain in my arm sweating ,cramping, the same for black widow spider bite , DON'T SCREW AROUND GO TO A DOCTOR OR ER. the results I had a brain swell from a 104 deg temp for 3 days I have lost most of my vision in my right eye from it . im better now but no return of vision doc said it may take a year or maybe NEVER. good luck please seek medical attention .
I would suggest using 'relief cuts' in the strip so you can make the bend, and then continue -- though using a caulk gun would be better. With standard caulk you can just use your finger and a little water to leave a nice finish. I believe you will find it cheaper as well -- a tube of caulk is around 2 or 3 dollars -- and a caulk gun is a dollar or so.