PREMIUM PANTRY MOTH TRAPS
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SIX FEET UNDER
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Six Feet Under
The best non-toxic insect killer spray on the market, Dr. Killigan’s Six Feet Under is an expertly crafted blend of select essential oils designed to eliminate bugs. While it is safe for humans and pets when used as directed, it’s deadly for destructive insects. Six Feet Under is guaranteed to keep those six-legged culprits pushing daisies.
Premium Pantry Moth Traps
Dr. Killigan’s Premium Pantry Moth Traps are the perfect solution to eliminate common pantry moths for good. Using only the highest quality pheromone attractants—including Dr. Killigan’s scientifically backed Blue Stripe Formula—along with the stickiest glue, this recipe is designed to not only attract and kill moths but also end their reproduction cycle.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where should I place the Pantry Moth Traps?
The traps can be placed anywhere within the pantry or kitchen. We recommend placing them in a triangular formation. This means placing the traps in different levels near the source of the infestation: One high, one low, and one somewhere in the middle.
How often should I spray Six Feet Under?
Six Feet Under is a kill-on-contact solution. It will kill any moth eggs or larvae that may be in the Pantry. You can spray as often as you like or as you see fit. Our most recent upgraded formula does have a residual effect that will let the potency linger on the sprayed surface.
How can I utilize Pantry Moth Traps and Six Feet Under together?
Use Six Feet Under to wipe down areas for any moth eggs or larvae that are hard to see. Re-apply the spray as often as you would like. Then place the traps in a web-like formation around the kitchen. The traps can be replaced every 3 months or until traps are full. Once the traps are placed, let the pheromones take the reins as it may take a few reproduction cycles to fully end your infestation.
How often should I replace the Pantry Traps?
The pheromone attractant is effective for three months once they have been removed from the foil wrapper. After that, they start to lose potency. Dispose of them sooner if they are full of moths. Unopened, these traps will keep their potency for three years after the manufacturer date that is located on the top of the box.
How do I know my pantry moth infestation is gone?
Our traps are meant to end the reproduction cycle completely by capturing male moths. Typically it will take a few lifecycles as the male population decreases. Another key factor to knowing your infestation is gone, is eliminating the source of food for the moths. By using the traps and finding the source, the evidence of moths such as holes in boxes and/or nesting areas in your kitchen should be no longer exist.
Is Six Feet Under safe to use in my kitchen?
All of our products are completely non-toxic and are safe to use as directed around food, pets and children.
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