You Don't Deserve Moth Problems

Moths are tricky. Learn how to protect and care for your clothing and precious home textiles by identifying and dealing with moths.

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What Are Moths? Facts and Control Tips

Clothes Moths are tiny, half-inch-sized moths that usually come in beige or buff-brown colors. These moths have narrow wings that are fringed with little hairs. They often are mistaken for Pantry or Grain Moths. Clothes Moth Larvae eat natural materials such as wool, leather, silk, cashmere, and similar fabrics. The Scientific Name for the Clothes Moth is Tineola bisselliella.

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Where Do Moths Come From?

Moth Traps significantly reduce the numbers of sexually active adult male moths by attracting them to the sticky pheromones on the strip, helping break the breeding cycle. You will also get an indication as to the size of your moth problem. Moth Killing Spray and Moth Bombs kill these insects instantly.

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Why Are Moths Dusty?

If you have ever seen a moth fluttering against your window or trying to become one with a light bulb, you’re probably familiar with moth dust. Better yet, if you’ve ever caught a moth with your bare hands, we’re sure you noticed how powdery they are.

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When and How to Use Acid Free Tissue Paper for Storing Clothes

Acid free tissue paper has many benefits, making it an essential staple to have on hand for long-term clothing storage. Since this tissue paper is pH neutral, it helps to ensure that the dyes in your fabrics will not transfer or react to the paper itself. This special kind of tissue paper is often specially processed to remove contaminants.

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