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Pro-pest Clothes Moth Trap 3 Packs (6 Traps)


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  • 3 packs - 2 traps per pack
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Product Description

ProPest Pheronet 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. 3 Packs (6 Traps)

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B002YAEA1Y
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (100 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #953 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
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Customer Reviews

This product has worked well for us.
California Connie
After 3 weeks, there are still moths that have not been trapped and some of the traps don't contain any moths.
Richard Fisher
The traps work for the specific clothes moth attracted to the pheromone in the trap.
just a mom

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

36 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Mr Lapin on June 28, 2012
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Others here have written that using this instead of something quick and dirty such as mothballs requires patience and extra work (such as laundering or freezing your clothes), so I won't dwell on that. I will mention that these have the advantage that they won't harm your pets (do a search for "mothballs dogs cats" for more information). Also, they don't stink.

After checking the reviews for this product against the similar Safer Brand Clothes Moth Alert, it seemed as if these were the one more people reported success with (see the reviews over there). So I ordered two 3-packs of these and one 2-pack of the Safer Brand item.

I put one of each brand in 2 of our closets, to see which worked better for me. You can probably guess what happened. In my case the Safer Brand drew in far more moths, at least at first. You can probably also guess what my second order was.

I suspect that the different products use slightly different lures. Maybe there's more than one breed of clothes moth (who would have thought?) and one works better for some kinds, the other for others - but that's just a guess.

The two traps also differ in convenience (or its in-). This one requires that you pull off a big sheet of release paper, which sometimes is reluctant to release. I found that pulling it diagonally - starting with a corner and working toward the other corner - helped. So did pulling at a very sharp angle, closer to 180 degrees than 90 degrees.

You'll want to add a bit of tape to the place where the cardboard is supposed to stick together to form a triangle. The stickum is great for holding moths, but not so good for holding cardboard, and the triangle tends to spring apart after a while.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By R. Thomas on December 12, 2012
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I had a bad infestation of clothing moths- I saw them everywhere and they put holes in several items of my husband's clothes before we noticed and I put my clothes in the freezer. I bought these despite some mixed reviews- I was desperate! I opened the package and immediately, several moths flew over to me, I knew something was going on. Within 15 minutes, I had about 20 moths stuck to the trap. I continued to see the moths in my room and closet occasionally although both traps I was using filled up rapidly with dead moths. I killed (sorry! I like my clothes!) the ones I saw flying around the room and eventually, after a few months, I didn't see any more moths. As winter approached and I brought my wool sweaters out of the deep freezer where I had been protecting them, I got worried about the moths even though I wasn't seeing any so, I bought more traps to be on the safe side. I didn't see moths fly over immediately like I didi the first time and since I opened the 2nd round of traps about a month ago, I haven't seen any moths on my traps or flying around- which means that... the original traps I used REALLY WORKED and totally eliminated my previously BAD infestation.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Amy Green on October 6, 2011
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The first time I bought these, I had at least 3 clothes moths hovering around a trap as SOON as I opened it. So obviously it does have pheromones in it to attract them! Over the next 3 months the bottom of each trap got filled with moths. I used 2 in our walk-in closet, 1 on our dresser, and 1 in every other closet in our house, and they were pretty well filled. After 3 months I bought new traps and this time there were no hovering moths, but they still filled up over the next 3 months. I just bought more, and so far not a single moth has been seen in the traps. So, over the past 6 months, these things apparently got rid of the moths. I had tried many different things and nothing worked except this! I have bought a bunch of cedar hangers and cedar drawer liners to try to repel any new moths that might decide to visit us, but I will keep these around!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Roaver on April 18, 2012
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I have compared the Pro-pest clothes moth traps with the a similar product, Safer clothing moth traps, and found that the Pro-pest traps caught spiders and but not moths of any size or kind. Putting a new Safer trap exactly where the nearly empty Pro-pest traps had been placed resulted in dozens of moths being caught the following week. I purchased a dozen of these traps, placed them as per package instructions, and was consistently disappointed. I would not recommend this Pro-pest product.
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This review is for the PRO-PEST Clothes Moth Traps. Well, I honestly thought I'd have to wait longer before writing a review, however these things started working immediately. After cleaning out the property of a deceased relative, I found myself the unwitting guardian, and dubious inheritor, of some type of moth. Usually I had a few of the them flapping around the living room at any given time, however the day the traps arrived, for some reason there was a veritable swarm of them in here. (Since then I figured out they were attracted to a bunch of dog hair in the trash can. It's been triple digits here all summer and my dog was seriously blowing her coat, which for you non-dog people, means her undercoat was shedding at a monumental rate. I have been brushing her almost non-stop and throwing it in this one particular trash can. I guess the moths like that stuff, too.) I had no sooner removed the protective paper from the glue/pheromone stuff than the moths started hovering around me like...well, like moths to a flame. I killed four of them by just swatting at them. And by the way, everything that I had read about these guys not liking the light seems to be incorrect. I don't illumine my home with 12-million foot-candle flood lamps, but it's not dark in here, either, and they don't seem to care. I actually examined the cocoon-like things I found to try and figure out if these were clothes moths or pantry moths, etc, and was confused by this supposed light phobia, but after figuring out that these are their 'feeding tubes' and not cocoons, I realized that these are definitely clothes moths. I could not, for the life of me, figure out how the creepy SOBs were moving around AFTER they were in their cocoons, as it was obvious they were doing.Read more ›
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