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No one likes dealing with moths in the home. They eat away at our sweaters, burrow into our food, and lay eggs in hard to reach spaces like closets and carpets. Not only are moth invasions cringe-worthy to think about, they’re also capable of putting a huge dent in our wallets. Luckily, moths don’t have to play a big role in your life if you know how to deal with them properly. Here’s how to get rid of moths in your closets and kitchens.
Moths are drawn to closets because they like to lay their eggs in warm and dark places. Common areas to find them include deep in corners of your home, inside your shoes, and among clothing.
Here are a few ways to avoid a moth infestation and to get rid of an existing moth problem:
If your food is starting to smell musty long before you expect or if you’ve noticed caterpillars or moths anywhere in your pantry or kitchen, you may have a moth problem.
Here are a few ideas for taking action against a moth problem in the kitchen:
Some pest problems require a professional’s help. If you’re still experiencing moth problems after following our tips, a pest professional can evaluate the problem and design a treatment plan to get rid of and prevent moths in your home.
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