Keep grain-loving pests out of your pantry with non-toxic TERRO® Pantry Moth Traps.
These easy-to-use glue traps attract and kill the most common moths. The moth traps contain a powerful pheromone lure that attracts moths to the trap’s sticky surface where they get stuck and die.
Each TERRO® Pantry Moth Trap package includes two glue traps and two individually wrapped pheromone lures. Use one lure for each trap by gently pressing the lure into the center of the trap and place the trap in areas where moths are observed swarming.
For best results, replace TERRO® Pantry Moth Traps every three months or sooner, if the trap becomes dusty or full of moths.
A familiar problem for many homeowners, pantry moths are attracted to products such as whole grains, flour, cereal and dry pet food that are commonly stored in kitchen pantries. The first sign that you have a moth infestation is usually small moths swarming around your kitchen, pantry, basement or garage. If an infestation is detected, place the TERRO® moth traps in areas where moths have been observed.
Good housekeeping habits will go a long way in preventing a moth infestation. We recommend storing dry foods in tightly sealed containers and keeping pantries clean and crumb-free. If an infestation does occur, place all contaminated food in a sealed bag and discard.
Directions for Use
- Pre-fold trap on fold lines (illustration 1).
- Remove paper backing from the glue surface of the trap (illustration 2).
- Open the lure package (illustration 3). Use one lure for each trap.
- Gently press the lure into the center of the trap (illustration 4).
- Re-fold the trap along the fold lines, forming a tent (illustration 5).
- Place the traps on shelves in the area where moths have been observed.
View video for tips on how to get rid of pantry moths:
- Pheromone lures attract and kill Grain Moths, Flour Moths, Meal Moths and Seed Moths
- Non-toxic, pesticide-free glue traps
- Convenient, easy-to-use
What’s in the Box
- 24 glue traps
- 24 Pheromone Lures
- Each trap measures 4.875” x 11.0”
- Each pheromone lure lasts up to 3 months
- All natural – safe to use around kids and pets
Disclaimer: Terro.com does not endorse any information contained in product reviews. Please follow all label instructions for your specific use.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Review RateWipe Out Your Moth Infestation
I can never entirely eradicate these moths from my pantry. Just when I think I got totally rid of them, something that I bring home from the grocery store will "hatch" them. This is why I always keep plenty of the Terro moth traps on hand. The traps catch all of the flying moths so that my infestations are eradicated until I bring home the next infected grocery product. Thanks Terro!!
Review RateWork great!
These traps work great. I've always been satisfied with them.
Review RateThey fly in, BUT, they Don't fly out!
The Best "Secret Weapon." Some of the moths will land on the outside of the box, and circle the pink scent square. Then, it's like this Good-Looking Babe says: "Hey Big-Boy, come on in and see me." Whats a moth to do? Well, they fly.....But, they Don't fly out...LOL..Yea, pretty much just like that..
Review Ratecuts down moths by about 90%.
I've tried this type of trap before, with no success. Perhaps they were too old or something. These seem to work. While I haven't completely eliminated my grain moth problem, it has cut down on the number of moths by about 90%. I replace the traps every three months. I also have flying insect glue sticks hanging and use the fruit fly attractant with apple cidar vinegar in the bottom cup, to attract the female moths (putting syrup or such didn't work). I still need to use the vacuum to suck up a few moths each day, but it's greatly decreased the flying pest problem. The combination has eliminated more than just the moths. Sadly, my spider population is getting stuck in the traps when they try to get to a stuck moth. But spiders are territorial, so when one dies, another takes it's place.
Worked great!!!!! Moths flocked to the traps. Perfect!
Review RateThis IS the Ticket!
I had these BAD! I placed (2) of these about 15 feet apart, and "Boy-o-Boy" did these ever work! I was amazed on how equal the "count" was for each. The first day I had (12) and (11) in each. They now have (22) and (23). Other sprays were not working. But, these are "THE-TICKET!" I'm impressed!!
Review Rategreat moth trap
Tried several brands,Terro only one that worked!
Review RateGreat product!
I've been using these traps for years and they work very well. I've had the double whammy in moth infestations this summer (black walnuts and then bird food), so I've been doubly thankful the traps work so well.
Review RateOutstanding product!!
This trip was set out 8 days ago! Look at the results!
Review RateWorks great with no noticeable odor.
No toxic odor and it really works fast. Worth it I'll never be without.
- All About
Pantry Moth is a catchall name for moths found in areas where food is stored — kitchens, grocery stores, restaurants, food mills and food processing plants. The pantry moth is known by many names, including Indian meal moth, grain moth, seed moth, miller moth, and Mediterranean flour moth. No matter the name, these pests can cause considerable damage to stored food.
How do TERRO® Panty Moths work to get rid of moth invasions?TERRO’s easy-to-use moth traps contain a powerful pheromone lure that attracts moths to the trap’s sticky surface where they get stuck and die.
How often should I replace my Pantry Moth Traps?We recommend replacing the traps every 3 months or sooner if they become dusty or full of moths.
Is there anything I can do to prevent moth invasions?Pantry moths – often referred to as grain, flour or meal moths - are attracted to whole grains, flour, cereal and dry pet food that are typically stored in kitchen pantries. Placing these types of dry foods in tightly sealed containers and keeping pantries clean and free of crumbs will help prevent moth infestations. If an infestation does occur, discard all contaminated food and place TERRO® Pantry Moth Traps in areas where moths have been observed.