Flour Moth Trap 2 pk
Kills all male moths!!
Every summer I get a huge buildup of seed moths in my bird room.
I have used your moth traps before, and they work so well that all
the male moths are trapped within a couple of days, and the females
die off. Before I started using your product, I had larvae everywhere
and they even pupated on the ceiling, which requires a chopstick
to remove. Now, no more moths and no more mess. Your moth traps are also the best price I have found.
July 23, 2015
Like most of the other reviews have mentioned, these products work really well. I have moths flying over to me while I'm assembling the traps. I have not had any issues with the moths not getting stuck in the trap. They are a little unsightly when they get full, but I place them on the upper part of my bookshelves and they're less noticeable. The moths seem to fly wherever the pheromone lure is. Opening the packaging (if you've never used the traps before) is a little of a pain. If you don't know to open the end and slide out the glue traps before tearing the package in half you will tear the traps...better instructions on the package would solve this. Since they are a little pricey, I stock up on them when they are on sale.
January 21, 2015
Flour Moth Traps
I have 20 birds and they(the moths) seem to like to breed in the food so I have the pesky moths flying all over the house. I was searching the site and saw the traps listed so I tried them and liked them. That was 3 or 4 years ago. I just wish they were a bit cheaper but that's business. They are worth it. The moths come right to them.
October 14, 2013
Does a great job
I used this for the typical flour moths. I knew I had a problem, but these traps caught so many moths in a few weeks that I am getting another set. They are great in the pantry, around bird seed, and near any grains or cereals. True, they aren't attractive to have in the open, but they are quick and don't have to be out long to be effective. It is worth the price to get rid of the moths without using a spray pesticide or smashing them all over the place. then just fold up the box and throw the whole thing away - easy!
September 17, 2013