Yes...I am trying to keep this in perspective.
man, are you sure the buyer will even be on the inspection? lots of them don't. The inspector will look at the roof, make sure the furnace and AC work, make sure all the water works, look for signs of termites, make sure the electric is up to code,whether there is any sign you had a water leak that's been disguised, evaluate whewther you need a new roof, whether the house needs painted, stuff like that. They won';t look in the closets for dead spiders, or live ones. They won't have concern about whether the kitchen floor is shiny. Are there cracks in the wall? that's the kind of stuff they look for, because that's the kind of stuff that can cost buyers a lot of money after the sale.
You know this, KT, you are a real estate lady.
If I were you (shudder) I'd check into a hotel until this is over.