The best way to trap the indian meal moth is to place the moth trap and lure near the young moths. That means placement in pantry areas near where infested food has been found.
Check Traps Weekly
Moth control is not an overnight project. Yes, many reviews tell you that indianmeal moths came from the pantry and flew into the traps as they were being set, but that really only happens in extreme infestations.
Most of the time, checking the trap once a week for activity and over crowding is enough.
Replace Moth Traps every 90 Days
For maximum effectiveness you will need to replace moth traps and lures every 90 days, or when the trap is over crowded with moths.
Once the infestation is under control, its a good idea to maintain a sentinel moth trap. Locate the trap in the back of your pantry , and replace it every 90 days...
Use the button below to add a reminder to your calendar so you don't forget.
Prevent food loss from moth infestations by using pantry moth traps.
Natural pheromones are safe to use near food making Pantry Moth traps the best choice. (There are NO pesticides, sprays or other poisons in Catchmaster moth traps)
Moth Traps with Science built-in
Pheromone based Moth Traps use modern science proven to attract moth species including grain moths, raisin moths and other kitchen pantry moths commonly found in a home or food storage areas. (beware moths also love cat food, sunflower seed and most grains)
What kind of moth is in a flour bag?
Pantry Flour Moths will infest any type of grain / food that they can find. Use a food moth trap to control the flour moth.