Although it sounds like the OP is past the "clean everything point", as someone who went through a serious clothing moth issue this year, I can add an alternative to dry cleaning/washing everything (=expensive!!!!). You can put everything in black plastic bags and sit them out in the sun for ~3 hours. If it get's to 90 degrees+ it will kill all larvae and adults. If leaving all your stuff out in black plastic bags isn't possible, a shortcut that I used was to load it all up in my car and leave it out in the sun for the afternoon. Here in Florida, most months you can get your internal car temperature up to well over 100 degrees. Also remember that it's not just your clothes - your bedding, towels, everything should be considered suspect. And make sure to get all that stuff that's been sitting in the attic/back-closet forever! This has helped us a lot because it's been (relatively) easy enough to do that we did it multiple times (since the lifecycle can mean that you don't get all of them on the first shot). Oh, one other thing that I didn't see mentioned: animal hair. Clothing moths feed on body oils/hair/nails, your pets as well as yours. If your pets shed, those little bits of hair are tasty treats. A little pile of pet dander under a piece of furniture is a perfect place for them to breed. Hope this helps!