Mar 23, 2012
The warm weather of the past week has seen a jump in demand for Moth Prevention and Moth Eradication products as the spring arrives.
Although clothes moths are now an all-year-round problem with most homes having central heating that keeps them active even in winter, spring is the season in which most most clothes moths start to emerge and start looking for somewhere to mate and lay eggs.
Recently our customers have been noticing more moth activity and come to MothPrevention.com for solutions.
At this stage of the clothes moth breeding cycle it is essential to prevent the adult moths from laying eggs. This is achieved by using pheremone moth traps to catch them, moth killer sprays and treatments to kill them and scented products to deter them from finding suitable places to lay their eggs.
With the larva hatching from the egg in only 4-10 days they can be starting to eat into your clothes within days of the adult moths being spotted.
Quick moth treatment is essential to prevent them becoming a problem and causing hundreds of pounds of damage to your favourite clothes.