"No luck with moth traps" star star star_border star_border star_border A year or two ago I bought a clothes moth trap in the hope of catching the moths fluttering round the living room. It didn’t catch any. Maybe not clothes moths, then, I thought. I recently got a carpet moth trap because the carpet has a high % of wool. Still no moths in the trap. Are there other kinds of little brown/grey moths likely to be breeding in my living room, I wonder? The traps may work well if you are trying to trap the right kind of moth, or maybe mine are super moths that can tell the difference between pheromones from living females and whatever they put on the traps! Mrs Seymour - 12 July 2021 support_agent A note from the team Thank you for your review. We're sorry that it hasn't caught any moths. The carpet moths have different flying patterns than clothes moths so these traps need to be positioned low down to the carpet. The pheromones in the trap are specific to the carpet moth so it may also be that you have a different kind of moth. We'd recommend using our Moth Stop moth killer and freshner, product number 24037. We’ve sent you an email to help further.