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Procter Pest-Stop Clothes Moth Trap (Pack of 2)

by Procter

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  • Discreet, practical and simple to assemble
  • Attractant lasts around six weeks from instalment
  • Safe and effective--no chemicals or odours involved
  • Perfect for use at home in cloakrooms, wardrobes and especially walk-in wardrobes
  • Packaged in a full-colour box with hanging tab

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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 14 x 1 cm ; 9 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 9 g
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  • Item model number: PSCMT
  • ASIN: B000LNGS1G
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 12 Dec. 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (90 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,022 in Garden & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Garden & Outdoors)
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Product Description

Product Description

This Procter Pest-Stop Clothes Moth Traps are designed to be hung in clothing storage areas and are simple to assemble, installed in seconds. Male clothes moths are attracted to the trap by pheromones, contained in a slow-release strip, then caught on the glue inside the trap. Consequently infestation is reduced as females cannot mate. Procter Bros. has been manufacturing rodent traps for more than 100 years, with world-renowned brand such as the ‘Little Nipper’. With this vast amount of knowledge and experience behind it, Procter Pest-Stop is now the UK’s leading manufacturer and supplier of high quality pest control products. Our range is very comprehensive and includes products which use the latest ultrasonic and electromagnetic technologies. As a measure of how good our products are, they are widely used by pest control professionals.

Box Contains

2 x Clothes Moth Traps

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Customer Reviews

3.5 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

80 of 80 people found the following review helpful By A. Byrnes TOP 500 REVIEWER on 30 May 2009
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I was rather concerned by the review that said that a perfectly harmless moth had been caught in a trap - but this has not occurred in my house, and as no other moth reduction solution has worked for me I am recommending it in spite of that concern.

I first purchased a pack of these traps due to an absolutely ghastly clothes moth infestation that had already destroyed a collection of much-loved Persian and Peruvian carpets and left holes in a couple of old but favourite Cashmere jumpers before I realized what was happening.

What the description on Amazon doesn't make clear at time of writing, but which is spelled out on the box, is that the sticky sheet is infested with a pheremone which attracts only the male of the species. This depopulates the male moths meaning that females have no partners with which to breed, and this in turn causes a downturn in the entire population. Eggs will of course hatch and the traps will then need to trap a new generation of males. It is quite a long process. Each of the traps lasts for around three months and must then be replaced. I have kept them going for over three months and am still catching large numbers.

Please note that they are VERY sticky. Don't get anything else attached to them - fabric can be pulled away without damage, but tissue, plastic bags or similar are no match and part of it stays stuck to the trap, which reduces the effectiveness of the trap.

This is the only product that has worked for me so far, but don't expect an over night extermination - it is a longer process to undermine the breeding population.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Dr. A. C. Hartley on 27 May 2008
We have a large number of clothes moths in our house and are for ever squishing them whenever we see them. Last year we deployed several of these traps in strategic places and caught loads. I'm just ordering another batch for this season.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Autism Is Treatable on 23 Mar. 2009
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We had an infestation of moths and these traps helped eradicate them, scores of them were caught in days. If only we had these traps before our nice clothes had been eaten...
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By A. Moger on 26 May 2010
I never thought much about having a few moths fluttering around/dying on windowsills in summer; I always thought they came in from outside, attracted by light.

Then last year I made the mistake of putting away in a wardrobe my 100% wool overcoat, after it'd been in a brief rain shower. It seems the reason most moth problems come about is because of moisture - no moisture, no more than a handful of moths.

I reckon something like 30-50 moths pupated from that overcoat; whilst it was too thick to be ruined, some did move onto the 40% wool suit next to it, putting an irrepairable hole in one of the sleeves.

Cue war.. Every day now I scan the walls & ceilings for newly hatched moths, and have put out 27 so far - a mix of the smaller, hard to spot males, & the larger females.

I wasn't aware of any reasonable treatment until coming across these traps, and have just put one into the room that used to have the overcoat in it. [I'd also note at this point that the trap is only good for one type of clothes moth, fortunately the type I have]. Nothing on the trap yet, but as a test I put the tear-off strip into another room. It's not sticky, but I presumed it'd also have some of the pheromone on.

And would you believe! Within 5 minutes there's 2 small moths fluttering around it. This is after I've put out 27, and had thoroughly scanned everywhere. So it definitely works, and I'm looking forward to eradicating the males.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Taggel on 10 Dec. 2009
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After moving into a new house I found that some areas of my carpet were infested with clothes moths. I purchased these traps to help me deal with the problem, and placed them in the two most affected areas of the house, following the instructions provided on the packet.

The following evening was spent jumping up from the sofa every 5 minutes to swat small moths flying around the living room. On closer inspection I found that these were not in fact clothes moths, but a different species completely! They were flying through an open window, presumably attracted by the pheromones being released by the trap. And to reinforce my species identification, once they had entered the house they were attracted to the light of my lamp (which began filling up with dead specimens) rather than the traps - of course clothes moths avoid light and are not attracted to it.

I managed to put up with this for 3 days, in the hope I would be able to catch a few clothes moths as well, but couldn't cope with my house full of moths any longer and the traps had to be thrown away. Despite attracting all these critters into my home, when I threw the traps out I found that they had in fact only trapped 1 moth - not a clothes moth either might I add!

It was definitely the 'trap' that was attracting the unknown moth species in through the window, as that particular problem disappeared as soon as I got rid of it. Unfortunately the clothes moth problem doesn't seem as easy to get rid of, but this product was definitely a complete waste of money!
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By David on 24 Jun. 2009
What none of the trap sellers tell you is that all the pheromone traps only work with one of the three species of clothes moth. It is the commonest one, but I can confirm that none of the traps from any manufacturer I could find online works against the "case making" clothes moth that we have. The only moths we have caught are those that have blundered in by accident. If you place the traps properly i.e. away from lights and draughts and high up, you should catch virtually nothing other than the common clothes moth.
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