Tineola Bisselliella, also known as the common (or webbing) clothes moth, is a small straw coloured species of fungus moth.
The common clothes moths have no markings on their fringe edged wings and are about 6–8 mm in length when the wings are folded back over their bodies.
The clothes moth traps work by using pheromone glue boards that attract male clothes moths, trapping them so that they cannot reproduce with the females.
This disrupts their breeding cycle and reduces the number of moths. The traps are made from paper and the refill glue boards are odourless.
WHERE TO USE
The paper clothes moth traps are suitable for use in all those places where natural clothes and fabrics like wool, cotton and silk are stored.
The traps feature sturdy flexible hooks for hanging on closet rails and slim profile that takes up very little space in your wardrobe.
2 x disposable paper traps
5 x pheromone glue boards