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There are various types of moth and here we are advising treatment against Clothes Moth. Clothes Moth larvae feed mainly on Keratin which can be found in woollen items, furs and other natural materials.
Their control is not always easy because the larvae hide in amongst clothes. Thorough cleaning deters moth but once you have a problem you will probably require chemical application or freezing items to gain control, although some may prefer the moth pheromone trapping approach. You can use the Clothes Moth Pheromone Traps to determine where the problems are but these will attract only the adult male moths, not females, which may have already laid eggs on material. This not being a complete control method to use, more a part of the treatment process.
To treat cupboards and wardrobes we suggest you empty totally, clean, spray lightly with Insectrol or Pro-Active-C, allow to dry, re-introduce the clothes. You can place clothes in poly bags and freeze them (squeeze out air) for 72 hours at maximum frost setting to kill moth larvae and probably eggs.