TERRO® Clothes Moth Alert
The larvae of webbing clothes moths are a destructive pest that target natural fibers, including wool, fur and certain fabric blends. These pests can go undetected for a long time, leaving your favorite clothes and fabrics permanently damaged. TERRO® Clothes Moth Alert captures clothes moths before they lay eggs. The presence of trapped moths will alert you of a possible infestation.
Uses for Clothes Moth Alert
TERRO® Clothes Moth Alert can be used in and around fabric storage areas. Clothes Moths will be drawn to the pheromone lures in the glue traps, which stops them before they complete their next reproductive cycle.
Most importantly, the presence of clothes moths in your Clothes Moth Alert trap will alert you to the potential of an infestation. Once detected, you should dry clean all clothing or run it through a washing machine. Rugs and furniture with natural fabric should be steam cleaned.
Taking these measures will help to eliminate the clothes moth larvae, which do the actual damage.
How Does Clothes Moth Alert Work?
TERRO® Clothes Moth Alert uses a powerful pheromone to draw clothes moths from their hiding places and into the glue trap. The trap is a simple cardboard structure with a sticky glue on the inside. Prior to deploying the Clothes Moth Alert in your home or business, open up the lure packet and drop the lure on the glue surface.
Once the lure is added, clothes moths will be attracted to the pheromone, land on the glue surface and be unable to escape. Additionally, the design of the Clothes Moth Alert keeps pets and small children from easily accessing the sticky glue surface. Best of all? There's no mothball smell to TERRO® Clothes Moth Alert!
Placement of Clothes Moth Alert
For the best results, place the TERRO® Clothes Moth Alert at eye level in a room or closet. You can also place them underneath dressers, inside drawers or in cabinets that contain fabrics targeted by the clothes moth larvae. Hang from a string or clothes hanger as necessary.
Replace the TERRO® Clothes Moth Alert every 12 weeks, or more frequently as needed.
- Lures & traps clothes moths
- No mothball odor
- Helps protect clothes & furnishings
- Safe, non-toxic & pesticide-free
- Includes 2 traps with pheromone lure
What’s in the Box
- 2 glue traps
- 2 individually-wrapped pheromone lures
- Two glue traps
- Two pheromone lures
- Replace traps after 12 weeks
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Review posted on www.terro.com
August 27, 2016
i have always used terro moth closet this product has changed its piece in the middle it does not work at all i have no caught moths not even one we are very disappointed as i in the past would only use your product i wish they would put that red piece backResponse From Terro®Tara : Consumer Relations Representative
Thank you for your feedback. We apologize for this unusual experience and would like the opportunity to make things right. The trap should have the lure included. Please contact our Consumer Relations Team directly at 1-800-800-1819 ext 458 for further assistance.
Review posted on www.terro.com
June 19, 2016
I am very disappointed in this product, they do not work. I put one in the bedroom and in the past two weeks there are two moths in the trap, they walk right thru the glue and don't get stuck. The pantry traps work much better.Response From Terro®Lauren : Consumer Relations Representative
Thank you for taking the time to share this unusual experience. When moths enter the trap, they should become to the sticky glue and unable to escape. We apologize that the desired results were not seen when using this trap. Our products are covered under a one year warranty for replacement. Please feel free to contact our Consumer Relations Team at 1-800-800-1819 x 458 for additional assistance.
- All About
You can spot clothes moth destruction in the form of egg patches on fabrics as well as damage from larvae that feed on these natural fabrics. Larvae leave small, irreparable holes in fabric. Look for these holes plus webbing and dried larvae cases on your clothing and fabrics.