Moth can cause unsightly damage to clothes, carpets and other materials in your home. Take action as soon as you see the tell-tale holes, or spot small maggot-like larvae or silk cocoons.
There are a number of things you should do immediately to help get rid of moths:
Find out where the heart of the problem is. It might be in a wardrobe, chest of drawers or cupboard. It should be fairly obvious because you’ll see the most signs of damage in that particular area.
Thoroughly launder all your clothes and other fabrics in the infected area, such as bed sheets, linen and blankets.
Start to get rid of the moths by using moth repellents to remove all the larvae.
Over 99% of a moth repellents content comes from one or two chemicals, Refined Camphor, Para dichlorobenzene or Naphthalene. We can also supply you the Herbal or Pyrethroid moth repellents.
The active ingredient repels moth, larvae, carpet beetles and other insects who view your natural fibers as food.
The scent is effective in repelling pests. We have several styles which use a pleasant aroma to mask the chemical smell to humans.
Our products are specially formulated not to transfer residue to garments.
With time the moisture in moth repellents evaporate much like water leaving a small residue.
Each package has a dosage chart which tells how much product is required to protect a given area.
Moth balls can be handled by hand during domestic use. We also offer sachets which have moth balls enclosed in paper to prevent direct contact with human skin.
Put the moth repellent products into an airtight bag and resealed the bag for storage.
Moth repellent products are designed not to create a clinging odor on clothes. Twenty-four hours exposure to fresh or household air should eliminate any clinging odors.