Moth Killer Spray can be used against both textile and stored product moths both types have similar habits, the main difference been that stored product moths are found infesting food such as grains, flour and cereals. Textile moths are more commonly found infesting textiles including clothing and carpets.
Textile moths are very common and often found in homes munching on your carpets and clothes. The first step when dealing with clothes moths is to inspect dark undisturbed areas such as under furniture and in piles of clothes that have not been moved for some time. Grab the hoover and or get the clothing washed. I apply insecticide to cracks and crevices and use a ULV applicator to knock down the adult moths.
Stored Product Moths
The best way to avoid problems with stored product moths is to keep your pantry shelves clean and free of debris from opened Cereal packets, Crumbs and other dried foods. Cracks and crevices, cupboards, drawers, shelves are all places where a build up of food debris. Ensure sure that the areas where you eat and prepare food are regularly cleaned.
When dealing with stored product moths, locate the source of the infestation and remove it this may solve the problem if not our kits will help clear up any remaining moths. Monitoring traps are a very very useful tool they will help you confirm that the infestation is clear post treatment
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