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Moths are tricky. Learn how to protect and care for your clothing and precious home textiles by identifying and dealing with moths.

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Why Are Moths Dusty?

Moths are dusty because their wings are covered in tiny scales. These scales are similar to the scales that you would find on a fish, except they're extremely small and less durable. The tiny scales of a moth can only be recognized as such under a microscope. To the naked eye, they seem like glittery or powdery dust.

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When and How to Use Acid Free Tissue Paper for Storing Clothes

Acid free tissue paper has many benefits, making it an essential staple to have on hand for long-term clothing storage. Since this tissue paper is pH neutral, it helps to ensure that the dyes in your fabrics will not transfer or react to the paper itself. This special kind of tissue paper is often specially processed to remove contaminants.

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Hypoallergenic Bedding for Allergy Relief

Hypoallergenic fabrics are natural textiles, so in addition to being more ethically produced than synthetic fibers, they are more resistant to saliva and sweat. These fabrics can also be safely washed in hot water, which is better than cold water at killing allergens such as dust mites.

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How to Get Rid of Moths in Bird Seed

The presence of moths in your dry goods is never a good thing. While birds may find moth larvae to be a tasty treat, humans are less likely to want to snack on these little insects or their larvae. As such, it is best to immediately take action to prevent a moth infestation from spreading. Now, let's talk about how to get rid of bird seed moths.

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How Do I Get Rid Of Carpet Moths & Carpet Moth Larvae? - 7 Steps To Carpet Moth Treatment

A step by step guide to identifying Carpet Moths, dealing with an infestation and Carpet Moth Prevention in the future - all you need to know.

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Identifying Clothes & Carpet Moths - Webbing Clothes Moth / Case-Bearing Clothes Moth

It is important to note that Clothes Moths and Carpet Moths are not separate species - the species of moths that attack clothing and carpets are the same - they are commonly called ‘clothes’ or ‘carpet’ moths depending on where they are found and what fabrics they target.

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How Do I Get Rid Of Pantry Moths? - 10 Steps To Pantry Moth Prevention

If you suspect a pantry moth infestation in your home follow our 10 Steps to Pantry Moth Prevention to protect your home from pantry moths.

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How to Stop Moths Eating Your Clothes - 10 Steps To Clothes Moth Prevention

The definitive approach to dealing with a Clothes Moth infestation from MothPrevention, the leading brand with over 100,000 satisfied customers to date.

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