How to keep moths at bay
Moth larvae love to get their teeth into wools, felt, furs and feathers and anything that absorbs human keratin and salt, so basic prevention includes regular clear-outs, washing, dry cleaning and vacuuming of all areas and fabrics at risk, or storing items in clothes bags specifically designed to keep them out. But if moths have really have settled in, you need an efficient killer that will destroy eggs and interrupt the breeding cycle.
Look for sprays or sticky pheromone (irresistible to moths) traps, papers or sachets. Repellents such as moth balls, sachets and papers, left in cupboards, drawers and wardrobes for several months, also do excellent work in keeping moths away. We offer a wide range of repellent solutions to keep your beloved clothes as wearable as ever.