2 complete traps with pheromone lures
The Aeroxon Pantry Moth Trap effectively lures and captures adult Indian Meal Moths (often called bird seed moths), Mediterranean Flour Moths, almond and tobacco moths in kitchens and pantries. The moths's larva can infest all dry foods: walnuts, cereals, chocolate, cookies, herbs, tea, grains, pet foods etc.
The trap works through a biochemical method which is odourless and absolutely natural. It is safe right next to foods. A sexual attractant (pheromone) simulating the natural female pheromone, draws the male moths to the sticky surface where they become trapped. These male moths are then prevented from mating with any female moths, thereby reducing any new infestations. Long-term use of the Flour & Pantry Moth Trap will reduce troubling infestations without the use of toxic chemicals.
Remove the red protective strip from the middle of the back of the trap to expose the line of adhesive that fixes the trap to its intended place. Attach the trap where desired before removing the silicone paper on the front of the trap, so the trap is then active. In case of contact trap can removed with vegetable oil.
One trap per pantry is necessary, but it is preferable to use two or more in a larger area. The Aeroxon® Pantry Moth Trap should be renewed after approximately 6 weeks. Used traps can be disposed of with regular household waste. Keep away from children.
This product is safe for use in food-handling and food storage areas, but it should be paced out of reach of children.
Posted by Daphne on 28th Sep 2014
Am overrun this year with pantry moths, partly my own fault..found a jar of old pasta that was heaving! Have cleaned till I'm done, all dry goods in sealed plastic labelled jars, suspect jars ditched, still have moths! Now have Aereoxon traps inside all kitchen cabinets and am snaring the little horrors daily. I guess next year will tell the tale as this breaks the life cycle, but the traps do all they say they will. Just wish the local hardware store could keep them in stock!
Posted by Dave Harrington on 3rd Apr 2013
These worked the best of four different moth traps that we have tried over the past year. I recommend them. Some of the other brands hardly trapped any moths. The Aeroxon traps seem to attract moths for a long time also.