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Pro-Pest Clothes Moth Traps - Ready to Use - 1 package of 2 traps


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Pro-Pest Clothes Moth Traps - Ready to Use - 1 package of 2 traps + Safer Brand 07270 Clothes Moth Alert Trap + Springstar S1524 Jumbo Clothes Moth Trap
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Package Quantity: 1
  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B002RT10VU
  • Item model number: Pro-Pest
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (111 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #651 in Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Home Improvement)

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ProPest Clothes Moth Traps will lure and kill webbing cloth moths, the most common type of clothes moth. Protect your wool fabrics and clothes, persian/oriental rugs, furs, feathers and other fine products.


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We have a cloth moth problem.
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The 2 of these in over a week have caught not one single moth.
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I ultimately hired Orkin.....
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87 of 88 people found the following review helpful By CarbonEntity on August 4, 2011
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The ProPest are baited for one type of fabric- and clothing-munching moths (webbing moths, I think; apparently the more common variety, although that may be regional) while the Safer brand traps (Safer Brand 7270 Clothes Moth Alert Trap) are baited for the other type. Pantry moths, which get into food products, are a whole other problem and require yet a different kind of bait in their trap...

I recommend that buyers identify their moths very carefully and buy the appropriately-baited traps -- or buy one package of each at first, as I did, to determine which bait their pests are attracted to. Traps DO work, if you chose the right one for your problem. If the traps you buy don't catch any moths within a day or two, it is likely because you just require a different pheromone bait and it does not mean traps will never help you combat moth invasions.

I've also read that you should not use more than 2 traps at a time in your home lest the moths become confused by such a strong aroma of mating pheromones that they become unable to detect the source (so cannot fly into the traps and aren't ensnared).
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287 of 317 people found the following review helpful By Type_faster_goal on March 24, 2011
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Preface: WARNING to people with short attention spans. I am long winded. I'm a Senior Citizen and I don't care.
I keep and use industrial felt which is 50/50 wool/synthetic material. No bug problem in the first 2 years I have started using it. In the last two weeks, I start to see moths flying around the felt. Oh, oh, trouble, trouble. Googledee peck, peckity google.
IDENTIFY MALEFACTORS. It's not so easy catching the little buggers on the fly so I bought both the Propest and the Safer sticky catchers. $40 worth from Amazon.
It appears I have plain Clothes Moths. Light brown wings, less than 1/2" long. No mottling on wings.
Both moth catchers I received, are triangular open cardboard tubes with the sticky lining inside and their own little tiny strip of bug alluring super secret squirrel perfume inside. Did taxpayer money fund the research for this secret stuff? We want to know.
Neither brand captures all flying moths like a magnet as at least one reviewer has stated. In fact, if you snore through the lit, only male moths are snagged. Mommy moths are laying eggs all over the place. Yeaah, Grrrrrh.
You don't have to be a brain surgeon to notice that moths fly like drunken sailors. Amazingly, in the course of a week, two Propest tubes each caught a dozen moths. Two Safer tubes were almost useless. One caught 2 moths and the other caught none. I moved all of them around a little every day. The Propest tubes are twice as big as the Safer ones and I think this is a factor.
I, as a senior citizen, am on board to try to do the Green thing as much as possible.
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46 of 49 people found the following review helpful By fern on May 5, 2012
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after 11 days of having one trap each of the pro-pest and the safer "traps" (use the term very loosely) in a closet where moths are visibly flying around, and one of each brand in a room with fewer moths, i have caught ONE moth in the pro-pest and none in the safer. during same time frame i smashed an average of 5 moths a day by hand. hello. do i have an amazing amazonian colony of all female moths that are also self-fertile? someone should study this amazing scientific phenonemon.

UPDATE: per the university of california integrated pest management website [...] there are TWO kinds of cloths moths. all pheromone moth traps on the market ONLY catch one kind of clothes moth--the webbing moth -- not the case-making moth. this will explain the love-or-hate reviews out there. traps failed for me because i have case-making moths. this is probably the case for the others whose traps failed. of course it would be clever if the manufacturers of these traps declared this on the packaging, since they no doubt know it, but that would be too responsible and cut into their profits.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Anonymous on January 3, 2012
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Both this product and Safer Clothes Moth Alert Traps appear to be somewhat effective. Two traps, one of each brand, were placed in two different closets (a total of four traps) over a three-month period with an insignificant difference between the two brands in the number of moths caught, eight for Pro-Pest and seven for Safer. Given the small number of individuals trapped, I've extended the experiment for another three months with four new traps, but at this point, Safer appears to be the better buy, costing roughly half of Pro-Pest at the time of this writing.

The low morals of female clothes moths (they are polyandrous!) and the fact that the attractant is the female pheromone means the traps will mostly collect adult males. So, a few clever randy males can keep the population going. Although neither product is apt to eliminate all the clothes moths in your closets, they do seem to reduce the overall number. If you have a sufficiently large freezer, placing your woolens in them for a week, combined with the traps, can be quite helpful.

UPDATE: After another three months, using the same protocol and a total of eight traps, Safer appears to be the better choice, both by effectiveness and price. The total number of moths trapped by brand were:
Safer -- 16
Pro-Pest -- 10
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