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Catchmaster Food & Pantry Moth Traps for Indian Meal Moths, Flour Moths, Grain Moths, Bird Seed Moths and More! Catchmaster 12 packs of 2 Traps


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Brand Name Catchmaster
EAN 0290490000004
Number of Items 24
Part Number 812SD
UNSPSC Code 10190000
UPC 290490000004

You will receive a 12-Pack of Catchmaster Pantry Pest Moth Traps (2 traps per pack) for a total o... Read full product description



Product Features

  • Trap will lure moths within 12 ft. from infested food
  • Clean, economical and easy to use
  • Non- Toxic
  • Great for use in birdseed storage areas
  • You will receive 12 Packs of Catchmaster Pantry Pest Moth Traps-- 2 Per Pack for a Total of 24 Traps!


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  • Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0036F7HX4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (130 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,134 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)
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Product Description

You will receive a 12-Pack of Catchmaster Pantry Pest Moth Traps (2 traps per pack) for a total of 24 Traps. About Catchmaster Pantry Pest Moth traps: Eliminate moth infestations in food storage areas such as pantries or storage areas for pet food or birdseed with Pantry Pest Traps. Adhesive trap targets common flour and grain moths by utilizing a professional strength lure. Targets Indian Meal, Mediterranean Flour, Raisin and Tobacco Moths common to areas where cereal, pasta, dry pet food, grain and grain based products, dried fruit, chocolate, nuts and spices are stored. Assembled Dimension: 2 in. W x 5.25 in. D x 3.5 in. H Trap will lure moths within 12 ft. from infested food Great for use in birdseed storage areas Clean, economical and easy to use Non- Toxic MFG Brand Name : Catchmaster MFG Model # : 812SD MFG Part # : 812SD

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Customer Reviews

These moth traps work well.
Gary W.
These are very reasonably priced compared to what you would get from home depot.
Jenny
Hence I recommend that you bite the bullet now and just buy these in bulk.
David M. Klein

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

33 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Gary in San Jose on April 4, 2010
These Catchmaster traps work. After first trying to use just a trap or two, I leaned not to skimp if you want quick results. Put a trap in every room, inside each food cabinet, and near exterior doors or other points of entry.

I buy a bundle of 12 or more for our three bedroom house, looking for the best buy at Amazon or at an Internet auction site. The traps are non-toxic and easy to assemble. You may need to wait a few days before seeing results, but you will be impressed by how many moths these trap over time.

The traps use pheromone lures, and attract small, grey pantry moths. If you have an infestation, you will need one trap per cabinet with food. Don't neglect food storage areas: A moth in the TV room is annoying; a moth in your cereal is disgusting. I date the traps with a marker so I can quickly spot which traps are the oldest and might need to be thrown out. They seem to work for up to 4-5 months or so.

In bundles of 12 or more, the cost should be under $2 each including postage (2010 pricing). Highly recommended.

Moths can enter the house in foods you buy (grains, seeds, pet foods) or from the outdoors. Traps in rooms with exterior doors usually catch the most. I even put a trap in our fireplace because of the air entry from outside. The fireplace trap catches the most - 100+ moths in a couple months.

UPDATE: Traps can dramatically reduce the population, but entry points also need to be addressed. Outbreaks are seasonal in our area. After we remodeled with upgraded windows (with their new screens without any gaps), the moths largely disappeared. Solving point of entry issues (gaps under doors including the garage entry door, fireplace openings, screens, etc.) is critical. If you have a compost pile, move it away from any windows. If you have fruit tree, pick you any fruit that drops to the ground. Good luck!
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Jeremy Fulton on December 19, 2011
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Our house had been invaded. We were pushed back to the brink. I didn't think we were going to make it out alive. I managed to get an internet signal for long enough to order some of these traps off amazon.

By the time the traps arrived, we had already seen 3 of our companions consumed by the Meal Moths. I looked down the hallway and then made a dash for the front door. The package was glowing with power. I ripped own the box and assembled a dozen traps. Me and my mate then stormed the house placing these handy little traps around food areas and some of the other typical Moth hot spots.

You'd have thought that we just opened up a full service strip club for moths the way those males flocked. Within a few weeks, the vast male population of moths were stuck fast to the traps.

It's been a month now since the incident. We still see a few lonely moths, but for the most part, we have experienced a successful massacre.

In short, I recommend these.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By John Queern on September 27, 2010
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We had a mild infestation of meal moths on our enclosed back porch where we keep our dry dog & cat food. A pest control contractor sprayed around the edges for us, but this had no effect. He explained that this sort of moth usually arrives inside some meal, pasta or birdseed product-- and the best thing to do is to find and get rid of the source (their food). We put everything we could think of in tight plastic containers, but still had a small gathering of moths on the porch whenever we'd go out-- especially when it was time to feed the animals.

I searched for 'meal moths' online and found this product. At first I thought it was a bit pricey (or came with too many traps at one time)-- but now that I've seen them work, I'm glad I have a good supply.

The first time I placed one of these on the porch near the pet food, I was amazed to see the only visible meal moth immediately fly toward it and get itself caught in the flypaper-like lining of the trap. And then another appeared out of nowhere, and also got itself trapped. A few days later, I had dozens of moths captured in each of two traps which I'd put out. I had no idea there were that many hiding on the porch.

Since then, I've kept rotating traps-- putting out new ones when the old ones looked full. I'm sure I've captured hundreds of meal moths in just the past month. I don't know exactly where they're coming from (possibly outside?), but these traps are the best!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Robert Taylor on March 24, 2012
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Pantry moths can be introduced by infested dry goods purchased from *any* store. They can find any other dry goods - flour, oatmeal, noodles, cereal, even dry fruit.
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The article says these traps only work for males, but after several experiences I say they are very helpful in eliminating an infestation. You still have to clean your cupboards, but these clearly assist. I keep one in each cupboard to help detect a problem early. When we had a major outbreak due to infested birdseed in the garage, it was an amazing sight to open one of these and see the moths launch from around the garage and beeline to the trap. I have found these traps to be safe and effective.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Julie on September 10, 2010
After fighing these buggers for a long time a neighbor told me about the traps and I ordered. Set up the traps, have a glass of wine and watch the show. It is like watching Wild KIngdom on television. The male moths do a dance right into the trap. It is thrilling after battling them.
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