Moth spray & repellent
The trouble with moths is that you don't know they're nibbling away until it's too late. Take measures to detect the problem early and with any luck, your first sign of an infestation will be a full moth trap rather than a jumper full of holes.
Moths can be pests when they encroach on our homes, snacking on natural fibres like silk, wool and felt. You might not know how they made it into the wardrobe, but you know they have, because your woollen winter scarf is falling apart. And that’s not all: these critters won’t think twice about tucking into carpets and other fabrics, too. Before they really bed in, invest in some moth repellent spray, moth traps and more - we’ve got everything you could need, right here under one roof.
To keep the moths at bay to begin with, you might be searching for the traditional solution: moth balls. Made with a chemical called naphthalene, traditional moth balls had a distinctive smell but were banned in 2008 because of safety concerns. Instead of moth balls, why not invest in an equally effective but less hazardous moth repellent that offers long lasting protection from the pests? Our Moth Stop sachets are just the thing for popping into drawers and deterring the insects from getting their jaws around your jumpers. And for the wardrobe, try our moth repellent hangers - they work for up to six months and indicate when they’re ready to be replaced.
If you know the moths have already made themselves at home in - well - your home, you’ll want a quick, easy and inconspicuous way of getting rid. Our moth traps offer a simple solution: the pest-attracting sticky boards can be placed out of sight under the sofa or elsewhere, emitting irresistible pheromones to lure in low-flying adult carpet moths. Working for up to 16 weeks, our slimline moth traps also include indicators to alert you to their presence and to tell you when your boards need replacing - we’ve got refills, too.
A fabric feast
It isn't just clothes that these pests like to snack on, so we've covered all bases. If you’re dealing with an infestation, our Fabric Moth Killer Spray and Moth Stop for carpets are both designed to do away with moths, their eggs and larvae on carpets and fabrics for up to three months. As well as saving your fabrics from being feasted on, these effective sprays have a lovely lavender fragrance to freshen carpets and clothes - talk about killing two birds with one stone, or several moths with one clever spray.
Stop moths coming back for seconds by maintaining a preventative regime. As well as replacing your moth repellent sachets and hangers when necessary, invest in some Moth Stop zip seal clothes bags to protect your favourite fashions. Our value packs include ten transparent clothes storage bags so you can see the contents with ease, and they seal with an easy to use zip closure to ensure that moths won’t be able to attack the attire within.