Protect Your Home From Moths
Where to Use: Anywhere clothes or linens are stored: drawers, storage chests, linen closets, wardrobes, or other places you would like to prevent them from entering.
How it Works: Adult moths use their smell to locate the ideal environment to lay their eggs – quiet, undisturbed areas with the necessary protein needed for the larva to grow. Stay Away® Moths pouches placed in these areas emit a scent pleasant to people, but offensive to moths.
Watch how it works here:
Why it Works: Cedar chests have long been used to store linens and clothing since the scent helps keep moths away, but the effect has had a short shelf life. We’ve found a unique blend of essential oils that incorporates this traditional wisdom into an easy to use patented pouch so you can make moths ‘stay away’ from your personal property no matter where it is stored, no expensive, heavy, wooden chest necessary!
How to Use: Use one pouch per storage container or small closet; two pouches per small room. Increase the number of pouches as needed until desired results are obtained and replace when the scent has diminished (usually 30-60 days).
Getting rid of moths, naturally
Toxic chemicals are not necessary to control moths. You can get rid of moths without killing them, and it is safer for your family and the environment to do so. Mothballs should be avoided altogether as they are made from chemicals that are poisonous to people and animals, and they are just terribly stinky.
Using a natural repellent like Stay Away® Moths is a risk free way to solve your moth problem. Follow our 3 step plan to prevent pest problems and get rid of moths:
- Clean up – Make sure clothing, linens and fabrics are laundered or dry cleaned before storing. Consider storing items in plastic totes or storage bags for added protection.
- Seal up – Make sure doors and windows are properly fitted and screens are intact to prevent moths from coming inside.
- Pouch up – Place Stay Away® Moths pouches anywhere you want to prevent moths from entering, particularly in closets, dresser drawers, storage chests or wardrobes. Use one pouch per closet or container. Use two pouches if treating a small room. Increase the number of pouches until the desired results are achieved. Replace pouches every 30-60 days or as scent diminishes.
Following these tips will enable you to prevent pest problems before they begin and get rid of moths while knowing that you are not endangering your family or the environment.
*not available for shipping to NM, SD