Get rid of clothing moths, naturally
Web-spinning moths, case-bearing moths and other clothes moths can cause significant destruction to valuable items in your home, and threaten your Peace and Sanity. As the larvae of clothing moths feed on natural fibers in wool, silk, fur, leather and other keratin-rich fabrics, a clothing moth infestation can completely ruin your most cherished garments.
Dr. Killigan’s Premium Clothing Moth Traps are the best clothes moth traps on the market, ending the clothes moth life cycle by luring in and taking out adult male moths. Using Dr. Killigan’s incredibly potent DOUBLE pheromone formula, along with his world famous glue, these traps provide an all-natural way for you to protect clothes, carpets and more from moths.
The secret sauce in Dr. Killigan’s Premium Clothing Moth Traps
The real trouble with an infestation of clothes moths is their larvae. While the adult moths do not eat clothing, clothes moth larvae have a voracious appetite for keratin, a natural fiber which is found in a wide range of clothes, carpets and other fabrics.
Dr. Killigan’s Premium Clothing Moth Traps feature an advanced formula of double-potent pheromones and the stickiest glue that targets adult male moths and eliminates the reproduction cycle.
Pheromones are very fragile. Their integration requires a proprietary process that relies on a precise temperature, carefully synergizing our specialized glue and pheromones, and meanwhile preserving the integrity of each ingredient. The result is a highly effective attractant that stops clothing moths in their tracks.
Restore the comfort of your home today
Lure in and take out clothes moths, closet moths and carpet moths with Dr. Killigan’s Premium Clothing Moth Traps, meticulously engineered to end the breeding process of these destructive insects.
As a pioneer in non-toxic moth control, Dr. Killigan’s solutions are backed by hundreds of side-by-side tests along with thousands of satisfied customers, proving that the catch rates for these premium moth traps are consistently higher than knockoffs and other options by alternative brands.
Dr. Killigan’s Premium Clothing Moth Traps feature powerful female pheromones that attract four types of moths*:
- Webbing clothes moth, also called the common clothes moth or clothing moth (Tineola bisselliella)
- Case-making moth, also called the case-bearing moth (Tinea pellionella)
- White-shouldered house moth (Endrosis sarcitrella)
- Brown house moth (Hofmannophila pseudospretella)
*Note: While these traps are not for use against food moths or gypsy moths, Dr. Killigan’s Premium Pantry Moth Traps can help you solve a pantry moth problem.
In truth, if you are dealing with an infestation of clothes moths, you can’t just throw out a couple of defiled items to eliminate the problem. You must disrupt the mating cycle by eliminating the male moths—or they’ll be right back.
Our premium clothing moth traps are designed to get rid of adult male moths from the reproduction process, preventing female moths from laying eggs that turn into fabric-eating larvae.
Additionally, you can use Dr. Killigan’s Premium Clothing Moth Traps to monitor for signs of clothing moths and prevent a full-blow infestation. Place these traps in closets, on shelves and elsewhere around the home—such as in bedrooms and living rooms—for a first line of defense against hole-making moths.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How do I know if I have clothing moths?
How do I identify the type of clothing moth species I have in my home?
What’s the difference between a clothing moth and a pantry moth?
My traps haven’t caught any clothing moths. What do I do?
I touched the glue on the trap. How do I get it off my skin?
How long do these traps last? When should I replace them?
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