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Clothes Moth Pheromone trap Refills (20)

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51 customer reviews
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Price: £17.49 FREE UK delivery.
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  • Refills for the Demi Diamond holder
  • Only for Clothes Moth
  • Holder NOT Included
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  • ASIN: B0086OZO12
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 27 May 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 472 in Garden & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Garden & Outdoors)

Product Description

These small moth traps have proven to be exceptionally effective and might catch other moth species too, but we only guarantee effect against the Webbing Clothes Moth. Trap size is approximately 4" x 2". There are some larger traps on the market but we feel the small unit size and low cost per trap allows a more versatile placement programme. These traps only attract the male moth as they use sex pheromone attractant, using these moth traps will reduce the infestation considerably but should not be considered a total solution to your problem. Insecticide application may be required to kill female moth and larvae. These are for the Webbing Clothes Moth not the Case Bearing Clothes Moth, the latter identifiable by the presence of small rice like cases around the areas of activity. You are most likely to find the Webbing Clothes Moth in wardrobes and dressers. although they have been known to infest carpets or rugs. Once placed the traps last around 8-10 weeks before the attractant expires but will store up to one year prior to use.


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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Ms K. on 8 Jan. 2014
Definitely "does what it says on the tin". Attracts and kills. PERFECT!

My first experience with clothes moths and of course I freaked, panicked and bought loads of useless stuff.
These sticky pads attract the moths to them and then of course once they're stuck, they're stuck!

I would also recommend the various repellents out there. I don't know if it's the right thing to do but I have also sealed every edge of the (built-in) wardrobe to stop these nasty critters coming back. They seemed to be coming from the edges somewhere.

Anyway - yes a product I recommend. I didn't bother with the plastic covering, just the refills. Mine went inside a wardrobe so were unlikely to get stepped on or whatever.

Recommend this to anyone else out there panicking/freaking out etc.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By P Irwin on 9 July 2014
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I've used these in the past to help me identify and get rid of a moth infestation I had, and now use them in the wardrobes and at strategic points around my home, to keep the number of free flying male moths down, as a preventative measure.

They don't get rid of the egg laying female, which ultimately is the cause of ruined clothing, but they can help you identify if you have a moth infestation and where it might be located.

It's only when you use them that you realise the number of male moths that are flying around in the atmosphere, although thankfully they are less of an issue in the cold winter months, noticeably increasing in numbers during spring and summer.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Susan on 25 Jun. 2014
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A useful indicator of moth presence. It only catches male moths so the females are probably busy laying eggs in the carpet or your woollen items! The larvae or grubs do the actual damage and they bury themselves in or near their food source - your carpet or clothes. They tend to go for carpet edges, cracks and dark places which escape the vacuum cleaner. Constant vigilance and regular cleaning helps. Small items can be put in a freezer for 2 weeks, which kills off the grubs, or dry-cleaned. Washing at a minimum of 60 degrees also kills off grubs but this isn't practical with wool or silk items.
Moth infestations peak in spring and summer, so that's when the trap can give you early warning.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By P J Watkins on 2 Dec. 2013
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I use these everywhere in the house as We have had a lot of moths this year. But the traps seem to be working, though have to remember to change them. And they dont smell like mothballs.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jane on 29 Jun. 2014
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These things work incredibly well - within a day or two the sticky liner can be covered with moths. I keep a number around the house all year round now, to catch the moths on an ongoing basis. The traps are not things of beauty but they are fairly innocuous, and can be carefully placed not to be too eye-catching. Recommended - very effective.
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By Eric Baker on 4 July 2015
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Like most of our friends we seem to have a plague of clothes moths this year. I put all 20 strips around the house, just fixed up with masking tape. The ones in wardrobes have caught a few moths but it's 5 or so out in rooms (eg on the back leg of a coffee table or under a bedside table) that have been really good, catching 15 to 20 moths each. Plus we catch quite a few ourselves when they settle on walls so hopefully not too many eggs got laid.
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By westmere on 13 Aug. 2013
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Instant results with no smell. It would help if there was some visual clue to remind users when the efficiency of an individual trap was dwindling, so it could be replaced in time; perhaps a colour-change patch. Otherwise, an invaluable asset in the constant fight against clothes moths.
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The only moth killer I ever found that genuinely work. I had a room in a new property that was genuinely infested. There were hundreds of moths. I put five of these in these and sealed the room for two weeks. When I went back there wasn't a single moth left flying around.
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