(as of Jan 30,2021 20:11:23 UTC – Details)
Tips to improve the success rate of trapping the moths！
1. Confirm that you’re dealing with pantry moths. The vast majority of fail problems related to the species of moth.
2. Check to make sure you have removed the protective sheet to expose the glue and pheromone.
3. Give our pantry moth traps test at least 10-15 days before deciding whether they work well for you.
4. Set 2-3 traps out in the open and spread apart in order to maximize pheromone distribution.
There are a number of factors that contribute to not catching moths, such as temperature, the type of moth you have, the size of your infestation, lack of airflow in your home, trap placement, and so on. If you have followed the instructions, and still haven’t caught anything, then most likely you have a different species of moth than our traps target.
1. Store the moth traps in a dry and cool place, Once the package is opened, the trap should be used as soon as possible and the remaining traps should be sealed.
2. Keep traps away from Children and Pets, use vegetable oil for removal if you inadvertently touch the sticky part of the trap with your hands.
🦋【Safe & Non-toxic】Odor-free pheromone attractant, eco-friendly pantry moths trap. Protect your bird seed, pet food, whole grains, flour, almonds, raisins and other dry goods from pantry moths.
🦋【Easy to Set up and Use】The Kitchen Moth Traps are extremely simple to assemble, ready to be installed in seconds, easy to dispose of. Just open the package, remove the protective sheet, then fold and tuck to build the trap into the triangular shape. Replace the trap every 6 weeks as needed.
🦋【Long Lasting Performance】The Moth Pantry Traps contain special pheromone attractant mixed with glue that attracts male moths which then stick to the trap so they can’t mate with the females. It can be still highly-sticky after placing for several days after opening.
🦋【Attack Your Moth Problem】Our Pheromone Moths Trap attract and restrain the male moth, breaking the breeding cycle of the moth population. A small price to pay to prevent potential damage from moths!