A moth invasion, regardless of the type, is certainly a nightmare. And the nightmare may only get worse when you realize you have been using deterrents effective against a different kind of moth.
Are you tackling a moth problem? If so, you need to know their life cycle, so that you can target them during the most opportune moment. Read on for all you need to know about the life cycle of Clothes Moths and Carpet Moths.
Moth larvae are the actual pest that causes the damage to clothing and precious home textiles, not the adult Clothes Moths, Carpet Moths or Pantry Moths you can see flying around in season. Getting rid of moth larvae involves far more intensive investigation, cleaning and treatment.
A step by step guide to identifying Carpet Moths, dealing with an infestation and Carpet Moth Prevention in the future - all you need to know.
It is important to note that Clothes Moths and Carpet Moths are not separate species - the species of moths that attack clothing and carpets are the same - they are commonly called ‘clothes’ or ‘carpet’ moths depending on where they are found and what fabrics they target.
If you suspect a pantry moth infestation in your home follow our 10 Steps to Pantry Moth Prevention to protect your home from pantry moths.
The definitive approach to stop moths from eating your clothes and dealing with a Clothes Moth infestation from MothPrevention, the leading brand with over 150,000 satisfied customers to date.