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|Item Dimensions LxWxH||5.31 x 0.06 x 11.5 inches|
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- Targets: Indian meal, Mediterranean Flour, Raisin and Tobacco Moths
- Great for use in kitchen pantries and pet food storage areas
- Conveniently disposable, with no mess
- Non-toxic and safer to use around children and pets
- Proudly made in the USA
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Catchmaster Pantry Pest & Moth Traps are recommend for treating residential, commercial, and agricultural pantries and food storage areas where pest moth activity has been observed. This product includes an attractant pheromone, known to lure moths from up to 12 feet away.KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN, PETS, AND NON-TARGET ANIMALS. In case of contact with adhesive, use vegetable or mineral oil to remove from skin or animals.
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I was unaware that these pests don't necessarily come from outside. The grocery store could have had the infestation or the warehouse the food came from had the infestation. They may already be in your flour or rice, or in pretty much anything due to all the places I found them. The literature I read didn't say they would hide in cardboard or paper. I had to check my cans, too. I peel the paper off of a couple cans and saw nothing. I was happy because I was not thrilled about tearing all those off and getting sharpies to write on all of them. Be aware that ziploc storage bags will not keep them out, nor will they keep them in. My infested flour was in it's bag and then in a ziploc bag. That's how I keep my rice, sugar, flour and other grains. For storage you need airtight containers. I was going to add the photos of my traps, but my husband just informed me that he just took them to the trash. That's okay, I have just ordered four more traps and my husband thinks we have isolated every place the moths could be hiding. These traps are hopefully for any stragglers as I was starting to seeing a moth here and there in my bedroom.
So now that I've shared the story of my infestation and all the places these things can lay there eggs I hope I have helped someone. These traps do work, but remember they are only going to trap the matured moth. You are going to have to find every breeding spot which, sadly, may mean you throw away everything and start over. I did read that when you bring home the flour, rice, grains, cereals, seeds, etc put them in the freezer for a few days. I don't know if that will help. I just know that for now, I'm only buying what I know I will use up right away until I make sure I have a handle on these moths. I wish the articles I read on these bugs would have mentioned all the other hiding spots these moths lay their eggs.
About two dozen moths (and I'm not joking) were swarming me within five seconds of opening the lure pad while sitting in my den. Five seconds. I put the first trap in a kitchen cabinet where I'd seen a lot of moths and the next morning had at least 30-40 moths in there. I feel bad for them being stuck to the sticky stuff, so I tend to squish them, but it's not required. I think they only have a lifespan of a day or so anyway, but I'm not certain.
I've learned a lot about grain moths (and wool moths) lately and one thing I do now is to store all cereal, pasta, grains, dry cat food, etc., in the fridge. You might not think a moth can get into a sealed box of pasta or oatmeal: wrong. They have the ability to eat a tiny hold in cardboard (or plastic) and infiltrate. Once they are fed, they breed like rats. Little flying annoying rats.
These traps work, a bargain.