Moths are notorious for chewing up your clothes, and as their numbers are on the rise across the UK, it’s wise to be prepared. However, it’s not actually adult moths that chew through your clothes, but the larvae that hatch from their eggs. These larvae love the warmth and dark of your wardrobe and can eat wool, silk, paper, and any clothes, carpet or furniture that’s made from natural materials. As these materials tend to be found in our more expensive or antique items of clothing and furniture, a moth infestation can quickly become distressing. Luckily, there are plenty of tools at your disposal to get rid of moths for good.
Why Choose HSD for Your Moth Killer Products?
As with all egg-laying pests, getting rid of a moth infestation needs some special attention but it’s manageable with the right approach. We have over 15 years of experience working with pest control products, so we’re committed to giving you the best advice and the highest quality products for removing moths from your property.
In our experience, prevention is always easier than the cure. This is why we stock a comprehensive range of moth-preventing products designed to snuff out infestations before they ever start. Giving your soft fabrics a regular spray with some moth killer will stop moths from laying eggs on your clothes, carpets or anywhere else it’s applied. You should also consider some moth traps, which will lure moths in with a pheromone and stick them to a glueboard before they can lay any eggs. This will give you some early warning signs that moths are looking to invade your home, we particularly recommend them if you’re in the south of England where moths are more common.
As with all pests, moths are best dealt with using a combination of factors to make sure you wipe out the entire infestation and their eggs. That’s why we offer a huge range of moth-killing products and give expert advice on which ones are best for you, from moth-killing smoke bombs, to anti-moth sprays, to powders. Browse the products above to see which is best for you, and if you’d like any more advice, give us a call or use the live chat function at the bottom of your screen!