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1 X Pantry Moth Traps - Set of Two
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Pro-Pest Pheronet Traps for Pantry Pests are our Pheronet Traps conveniently packaged in a 2 pack. The pheromones in Pro-Pest Pantry Traps will attract Indian Meal Moth, Almond, Raisin, Tobacco, and Mediterranean Flour Moths and Cigarette Beetles. Each package contains 2 traps. Take one or two traps out of the plastic sleeve, fold trap into a triangular trap. Since pheromones are pre-loaded in the glue, it is ready to use! Traps can be hung or can be placed on a shelf. If you smoke wash your hands before handling any trap as the nicotine could contaminate the trap causing the pests to avoid the trap rather than pursue it!
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I bought two of these moth traps to see if they would work before I ordered more, which I just did. The first week or so there were no moths in the trap, but a few weeks later (after they hatched I guess) the trap is FULL of moths. There must be more than 30 in there now.
If I knew how to post a photo here, I would. I have no idea how to do it.
My suggestion is give this time to work and it will. For the first time in years we see no more moths flying in our house. I'm going to keep one in every clothes closet and two in our pantry from now on.
These traps are worth every penny. The "Set of two" pack is a better deal than the "six" pack!
UPDATE June 25, 2010:
Happy to report we are now completely moth free. It took a while to get them all, but there are no longer any moths getting stuck in the traps, nor do we see any evidence of any living moths.
We were badly infested. I believe they came in with whole wheat that I grind.
Just for good measure, we are keeping these out. So glad to have found them!
UPDATE November, 2010: Still no signs of moths. We have one in every closet. They stay sticky forever so don't have to replace until full.
UPDATE September 28, 2012: Ordering more traps because moths have come back. (we had no traps for a while) Were it not for these traps don't know what we would do! They are the same small type pantry moths but they're all over the house and they eat our clothes. We must have had some hatch because our traps are nearly full.
I purchased two of these and set them all around the house. The moths starting getting trapped almost instantly. Only the male moths would get stuck which meant it was more of a war of attrition to keep them from mating.
After a full month no more of these moths alive anywhere in the house. Definitely recommended.
Catching them by hand is more effective.