The Catchmaster Clothes Moth Trap is specially designed to catch both case-making cloths moths and webbing clothes moths. This glue trap features a high-quality adhesive and is packaged with an attractant that imitates the scent of naturally occurring moth sex pheromones. Multiple laboratory tests have proven that this trap attracts more moths compared to other similar traps. Traps include an IPM chart and printed 1-inch grid to help monitor the moth population and identification of species. Easy to use – simply peel off the release paper and add the included lure where indicated, then fold the trap along the perforations to form a tent shape.
I had a 'big name' pest control company come out recently. The main reason I choose this company was that they, allegedly, tackled clothes moths. Whelp, the tech didn't know this- it was news to him. He placed some traps, but didn't put the bait in. They did nothing for a month. I ordered these and within days, I caught 6 moths. Very happy and will order them again.
We did not catch one single webbing clothes moth with these traps despite seeing 10-12 a day. I tried putting the traps everywhere the moths seemed to be with no luck over the course of two weeks. Dry cleaning our clothing and keeping everything in zippered garment bags whilst smacking the visible moths with rolled paper did eventually do the trick. Overall this product was pretty disappointing and ending up being a waste of money.
When I first opened the little packett with the patch that lures these moths, I suddenly have several flying around my hands to get to it! I didn't know I had that many around! I would only see one or two every other day but trying to kill them with my hands didn't work as they mysteriously would disappear and of course I missed killing them. The sticky stuff works great too in capturing them! So glad I ordered this!
I have clothes moths (and yes I am certain of that) and they literally flew with a foot of these and weren’t attracted to them. I also had one on the floor of a closet and found a moth sitting next to it, which I killed by hand.