What can be done against moths? Although moths do not pose a direct health risk to humans (although the scales can cause allergic reactions), the larvae of these pests are responsible for the damage or loss of clothing, fabrics, furs, leather and carpets. In addition, moths infest various foods such as grain products, chocolate, dried fruit, nuts, beans or other supplies and goods.

A moth infestation in the wardrobe or linen cupboard is often only discovered when flying moths are visible in the room. At this point, your textiles have already been damaged by being eaten by the caterpillars. Food moths contaminate supplies by eating damage as well as droppings, webbing and moulting residues. In addition, an infestation creates heat and moisture and, therefore, often harmful mould spores.

Recognize moth infestation

How to identify pesky species of moth

Avoid moths

How do I prevent moth infestation?

When it comes to moths: act quickly!

A quick and effective moth control is the “alpha and omega” to avoid a moth plague and a prerequisite for preventing further loss of valuable clothing and impeccable food. Moth pheromone traps can help with low levels of infestation, but professional moth control is required in the event of a moth plague.

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