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New article on clothes moths

July 28th, 2010

Clothes moths don’t threaten most items and they aren’t a danger to people, but they are responsible for an enormous amount of damaged clothing, carpets and other fabrics. If you witness moths fluttering around your closet, you’ve probably got an infestation, but understand that it’s the larvae, not the adult moths, that actually eat fabric. And it’s easy to confuse clothes moths with different types of moths that pose no threat. To find out more about these pests and what you can do to stop them (and what doesn’t work), check out our new article on clothes moths.

This blog entry was posted by Rob London.

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