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Moth Madness

I don’t know if anyone has ever experienced the “life and times” of dealing with these annoy creatures or not.  But about 2 years ago, I noticed some of my clothes had little tiny holes in them.  Then I thought OH NO …

I have heard people down talk this little destructive, nasty animals! So, I immediately started doing research on exactly how to get rid of them.  I can’t tell You exactly how many hours I’ve invested on reading about moths. Once I start seeing them all over our house, then I knew I had a big problem.  

I started in my bedroom closet, I tossed all my destroyed clothes and examined my few remaining.  Then I proceeded to the other closets and did the same thing.  One of the things I read was to place clothes in a deep freeze (which I did).  Then I purchased these moth traps, which it seemed to help.  It folds up like a triangle and it attracts the male moths with it’s scent of a the female and before they know it ~ it is stuck.  Great!  Then also I purchased several packages of the fly strips.  But here it is a new year and I am back dealing with them again…I have a bottle of vinegar and a fly swatter close-by all over the house.  It drives me crazy!

I’ve read they prefer darkness and will crawl inside any container, books, boxes, corners, tight corners, etc and quietly lay their babies.  Which is allot!  The white moth is suppose to be the female and her mission is to find a good location to lay her larva and supposedly she will die afterwards.  Then You have the black/dark ones, which are the males and their mission is to fly around and hook up with the females.  They will live the longest.  

I’m open to any advice, comments, suggestions anyone would like to share with my not welcomed room mates.    


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