Just a little FYI - spiders LOVE the odor that is added to propane
(an odoless gas/liquid) to allow olfactory leak detection or so you can smell the stuff if a burner goes out, etc. It's a good idea to check all burners, especially small ones such as pilot lights
, etc, that are on/of with some regularity. Just a tiny bit of spider web can clog up that tiny orifice & cause big problems that a little cleaning/preventive maintenance will avoid. I have for years carried a small coil of stranded wire (for cleaning tiny orifices) & either a small can of compressed air (like for cleaning computer stuff) or one of the little 'bulb' type blow guns used for cleaning camera lens'n such (good idea on blowing it out with a soda straw biw314). Have only had to use 'em once as I try to remember to check the area(s) in question frequently. Pilot lights
on the older Dometic fridges are havens for little 8-legged critters.