Be patient if your moths aren't jumping into the trap.
The life stage of your moth infestation within the moth life cycle makes a big difference in the timing of your results.
Because the moths are a living creature, they don't just line up and fly into the traps until nature tells them its time to make more moths, then they start to follow the pheromone!
Learn about the
Pantry Moth Life Cycle for a more detailed answer.
Out of Control Infestations
If your moth infestation is completely out of control, there will be some moths ready for breeding at all times. These are the reviews you might see where a customer opens a trap and within minutes captures a moth.
If you have only a single generation of moths, then the 2 weeks out of 6 that they are interested in breeding may not coincide with the day you open your moth traps. But be patient, the traps are proven science and will work, but only when the moth is at the breeding stage of its life cycle.