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Product Reviews

I didn’t set out to become one of the Internet’s foremost experts in moth control when I discovered my first clothes moth. Since then, I’ve spent countless hours (and dollars) trying to rid myself of these pests, only to realize that much of the advice from so-called experts was of little or no help. Unable to find even an extermination company that specialized in moth control, I knew it was time to take matters into my own hands. 

Our product reviews are grouped into three categories:

1. PROTECT – Safeguard your valuables.

2. CLEAN – Remove eggs and cocoons.

3. TRAP – Stop the moth life cycle.

Step 1: Protect

You want to isolate and repel moths in your home. Use the Space Saver bags immediately to quarantine as many articles of clothing as possible. At the very least, target natural fibers for quarantine first. Once that’s complete, put repellent sachets and cedar blocks in closets and other places moths may breed. Once moths run out of a place to breed, they will become an extinct species in your home. 

moth away

Herbal Moth Repellent

  • Will repel moths from the vicinity
  • Inexpensive
  • Safe for children and pets
  • All-natural
  • Smells nice

Space Saver Bags

  • Creates an impermeable barrier to moths, water, and other pests
  • No need for mothballs
  • Saves space in your closet
  • Easy to use
  • Inexpensive solution
cedar blocks

Closet Cedar Blocks

  • All-natural solution for moth control
  • If the smell goes away over time, simply sand down the wood with sandpaper to unlock the scent
  • Compact solution
  • Easy to use
  • Cheap and easy

Step 2: Clean

Cleaning is a critical component of treating a moth infestation. As you clean, be sure to look for moth eggs and larvae. Get up as much dust as you can and check under rugs and beneath surfaces. Moths thrive in dusty, damp, and dirty environments, so make your house sparkle!


Swiffer Dusters

  • Easy to use
  • Very effective
  • Refillable
  • Gets dust out of areas quickly
  • Inexpensive solution

Meyer's Multi-Surface Cleaner

  • Non-toxic formula can be used almost anywhere
  • Easily gets up dirt and grime
  • Moths hate the smell of it
  • Reliable brand
  • Affordable

Shark Navigator Vacuum Cleaner

  • Shark is a household name in quality vacuum cleaners
  • Has an attachment which allows you to vacuum the Space Saver bags
  • Effective and powerful
  • Ergonomic design
  • Long-lasting

Step 3: Trap

After you’ve protected critical garments and cleaned your house, it’s time to start trapping. You want to place these strategically where moths may be hiding. That will give you an idea of where the infestation is. Be patient, it takes a few days for them to work.

ziploc bags

Ziploc Bags

  • Place used moth traps here
  • Track your progress
  • Cheap
  • Works well
  • Easy
moth traps

Moth Prevention Traps

  • The most effective moth trap on the market, period
  • Imitators still don't know how they make it
  • Easy to set up and starts trapping moths immediately
  • Made in Germany, need I say more?
  • Non-toxic and odorless
flash light

Energizer Flash Light

  • Will help you find and destroy moths
  • Use it to check under the couch and behind tables
  • Get on your knees and "think like a moth" as you check your home
  • Shine it on ceilings at dusk to spot moths
  • Comes with batteries

Good Luck, Young Paduan

If you still need assistance, get in touch.