Need a moths treatment? Treating moths in the carpet? Treating moths in wool rugs, treating moths in the pantry, treating moths on clothes? If you've seen them flying around or been finding holes in clothes that are rarely worn.
Moths lay eggs in carpets, rugs, curtains, upholstery and clothes or anything made from natural fibers. Once the eggs hatch, the larvae keep eat until they grow and change into adults. The adults don't eat natural fibers so if you've seen them flying around, they've been eating something in the house . It cost far less to get rid of your moth problem than to replace carpets or clothes that moths prefer eating like silk, cashmere or cotton.