Fight food moths – home remedies for food moths

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Take correct action

The food moths are the most frustrating of the moths. It should be natural, toxic and the most effective methods to use to combat the moths in the pantry. Here are some tips for you on how to successfully and effectively avoid them.

If you suspect there are food moths in your pantry, first visit everything there.

Although the moths tend to infest flour and cereals, you should also check the baked fruit, the sweets, the pet food also. Look for moths, larvae and eggs that look like tissue or grain groups. Throw away any infested food.

Fight food moths

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  • Clean every corner, hideout and scratch with a vacuum cleaner or soapy water. If there are signs of infestation, discard the trash or vacuum bag.
  • Wipe all shelves, food containers and all surfaces with white vinegar. For extra protection use a few drops of essential oil - peppermint, lemon oil, eucalyptus or tea tree oil.
  • To prevent contamination, store food in an airtight glass, in metallic or plastic containers.
  • Laurel leaves repel the panicle insects. Put the leaves in tin cans and chests
  • Keep dry material in a plastic bag in the fridge for a week to kill the eggs.

Rinse the dishes properly

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Wipe the surfaces with vinegar

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Vacuum all cracks and corners

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Throw away the corn and pasta

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Empty the trash

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Wipe off with a cloth   wipe dry rags shelves surfaces

Throw away food moths fight rubbish bins

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