Protect your valuables from costly damage by trapping the clothes moth before they lay tiny eggs which develop into hungry larvae.
The clothes moth larva attack clothing, upholstered furniture, leather and wool items. Powerful attractant lures most common webbing clothes moths. Simply place trap near the problem area, typically bedrooms, closets, and basements. Trap is large enough to hold several dozen moths, but small and unobstrusive. Non-toxic glue is inside the trap. The glue will not stick to fingers.
Instructions: Place 1-2 traps in closet or 2-4 in a basement depending on size, or wherever the clothes moth may be a problem. To discard wrap in newspaper and dispose in household garbage.