Has this ever happened to you? You open
a box of crackers and find the contents
clinging to the sides of the box in a mass
of fine webs…or perhaps you’ve seen small brownish
moths flitting around a cupboard…or tiny cocoons
and larvae in your dry pasta. Chances are, Indian
meal moths Chances are, Indian
meal moths (a.k.a. “pantry moths” or “flour
moths are at work in your pantry. Stop them
with Cupboard Moth Trap!
- It effectively traps Indian meal moths.
extensive tests, we found these innovative traps
caught more Indian meal moths than other
traps. Little brown moths attack flour, grains,
seeds, cereal, chocolate, cake mixes, rice, nuts,
dried fruit, dog food, birdseed—even tea, herbs and spices. Their larvae hatch in stored food.
It works wherever food is stored.
cardboard traps in cabinets and pantries with
food; they’re non-toxic and free of pesticides.
It uses both scent and sight to lure moths. The
traps attract moths with powerful pheromones,
as well as a black-and-white printed pattern, then
catch them on the large sticky surface..
Aside from Indian meal moths, these traps also
catch Mediterranean flour moths, almond moths
and tobacco moths.
Lures last for 12 weeks, after which you can
replace the lure or hang a fresh trap. Trap measures
8 1/2" x 5 1/8".