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Carpet Moths can be persistent household pests and a continual prevention regime is advisable. Warmer weather combined with centrally heated homes has led to carpet moth infestations becoming a year-round problem.   Carpet moths inhabit less disturbed and darker areas – behind sofas, along skirting boards, under bookcases are typical hiding places for carpet moth larvae. Regular vacuuming in these areas, moving furniture and opening curtains in lesser-used rooms will...
Are moths eating clothes in your wardrobe and leaving holes in your favourite clothes? If so, you probably have an infestation of common clothes moths (also known as the webbing clothes moths). Or are your carpets becoming patchy and threadbare, particularly behind heavy furniture or in darker areas of a room? If so, you may have a problem with carpet moths, also known as case bearing carpet moths or carpet beetles.  So, how do you stop clothes moths? 1. REMOVE -...
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