Pantry Moth Trap
Premium Pantry Moth Traps: 20 Pack- Blue
The Costliest Mistake You Can Make Regarding Pantry Moths: Ignore Them. Pantry moths are genuine pests, often carriers of harmful bacteria. They are smuggled into your home inside food purchased from common grocery stores.
Dr Killigan's - Best Pheromone Pantry Moth Traps for Sale Online
The Costliest Mistake You Can Make Regarding Pantry Moths: Ignore Them.
- Protect your family’s health by being a non-toxic, insecticide-free [and organic] solution approved by the USDA and EPA.
- Save you money by protecting your food.
- Are a simple solution (working while you sleep) to end an annoying and often disgusting problem.
- Confidence: These traps just work. They are unequaled in potency, and are individually foil-sealed, ensuring long-lasting traps that won't expire before use.
- Peace: No more worries. You already have enough on your plate.
- Control: Take back your kitchen. Don’t let your food go to the moths.
Bottom Line: This is a killer product, and there is nothing else quite like it for sale. But if you’re not totally satisfied, we'll refund your money 100%.Guaranteed. No risk to you. Whether you are taking preventative measures, have a minor problem, or a full-blown infestation, start now with Dr. Killigan’s Pantry Moth Traps.
Protects all your dried goods including bird seed, pet food, whole grains, flour, almonds, raisins and more!
Effective against: indian meal moths and other food moths. (Not for clothing moths or gypsy moths).
Killer design - Don't settle for industrial, generic, or the 1970's retro wood-look other traps provide. Dr. Killigan’s moth traps are dressed to impress so you can display them with confidence and out in the open, which also maximizes air flow and increases effectiveness.
Design options - For a limited time, choose from two unique design options when purchasing a 6-pack of Premium Pantry Moth Traps. What's different? Just the way they look. Otherwise, same potent pheromone, same sticky glue.
Easy 1, 2, 3 setup- Just open, peel, and fold. Clean and efficient. No wafers needed! 100% Safe and non-toxic.
A great preventative! Stops any future infestation or migration from one product to another.
The Pantry Moth Trap
Q1: I have my trap out. The moths fly in and out of it, but don’t get stuck. The trap doesn’t feel sticky. What am I missing?
There is a protective layer of wax-like paper designed to keep the trap from sticking to itself in the packaging. Once you remove it, the glue will be exposed and the trap will have its maximum effect. See instructions on the back of the box for more help.
Q2: Will these work in my closet for clothing moths?
Probably not. Different moths are attracted to different pheromones. Pantry moth traps work specifically on moths attracted to food. We have received reports from customers that they have had success using our traps in their closets. However, there is no way for us to confirm this, and Dr. Killigan’s Pantry Moth Traps are designed to be used around food.
Q3: I touched the glue on the trap, how do I get it off my skin?
First off, the glue is non-toxic and not harmful, but you want to avoid contact with it because it is very sticky. If it gets on your skin, gently rub it with vegetable oil and then wash with soap and water. Repeat if necessary.
Q4: My traps have many moths, but I am still seeing moths flying around. What else can I do?
Placing moth traps in your kitchen will stop the mating process by trapping males. In order to eliminate the overall problem (females and juveniles included), it is important to find the contaminated food source. Look inside plastic bags, cereal boxes, and in the corners of the cupboards. Look for small globs of webbing with tiny black dots of feces. Remove them from your house or apartment immediately. Then clean your cupboards and pantry with a mild detergent.
Q5: My traps are out, but they don’t seem to be catching many moths. What should I do?
Check FAQ 1.
Check Wikipedia. Verify that the moths you are targeting are Plodia interpunctella. While these traps often catch other varieties of food moths, this is the main problem moth and number one target. If your moths are different, this very well could be the reason for your lack of success. But no matter what type of moth you have, be sure to also try Number 3 below.
Change it up. Give it three or four days, and try something different. If you have had your traps out on top of the cupboard, try putting them inside the cupboard. If they’ve been down low in the pantry, put them up high. Experiment a little and then wait for a few days. Sometimes a little change can yield great rewards. Once you have found the “sweet spot,” leave the trap there to maximize its trapping power.
Q6: How long do these traps last? When should I replace them?
The pheromone attractant is effective for three months once they have been removed from the foil wrapper. After three months, they lose potency. Of course, you may need to dispose of them sooner if they are full of moths and there is no more surface area for new moths to stick.
Q7: Does the color choice matter?
Nope. The products are exactly the same except for the print-design.
Q8: Where should I place these?
Set traps in kitchens, pantries, cupboards, basements, and garages.
Q9: Do these traps attract both male and female moths?
No. They attract only male moths.