Eradicate Moth Damage to your Carpets

The Tapestry Moth or Carpet Moth (Trichophaga tapetzella) is found all around the world. In common with clothes moths, the carpet moth is very small. If you notice small balding patches in the corners and at the edges of your carpets, the chances are that you have an infestation of carpet moths. This is a problem that needs immediate attention because it will continue to get worse. Carpet moths are stubborn when it comes to leaving your home! Use a thorough treatment routine to ensure the carpet moths are completely eradicated, as follows:
1. CLEAN - Move furniture away from edges of the carpet and thoroughly vacuum (both sides if possible) also paying particular attention to under furniture and along skirting boards
2. KILL - After an initial powder treatment and further vacuuming, spray the carpet deep into the pile to kill any eggs and / or larvae. For severe infestations, Fumers will be required.
3. MONITOR AND REFRESH - Place moth traps close to affected areas to monitor for adult moths and to break the breeding cycle. Keep moth traps current and consider respraying regularly please remember, with warmer houses carpet moth damage and infestations are now a year-round problem
If you need further information, pop along to 'MothPrevention.com - The UK's Widest Range for Moth Prevention and Control' (http://www.mothprevention.com ) for dealing with an infestation of clothing moths, carpet moths or food moths, and to deter returning visitors.
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The Tapestry Moth or Carpet Moth (Trichophaga tapetzella) is found all around the world. In common with clothes moths, the carpet moth is very small. If you notice small balding patches in the corners and at the edges of your carpets, the chances are that you have an infestation of carpet moths. This is a problem that needs immediate attention because it will continue to get worse. Carpet moths are stubborn when it comes to leaving your home! Use a thorough treatment routine to ensure the carpet moths are completely eradicated, as follows:
1. CLEAN - Move furniture away from edges of the carpet and thoroughly vacuum (both sides if possible) also paying particular attention to under furniture and along skirting boards
2. KILL - After an initial powder treatment and further vacuuming, spray the carpet deep into the pile to kill any eggs and / or larvae. For severe infestations, Fumers will be required.
3. MONITOR AND REFRESH - Place moth traps close to affected areas to monitor for adult moths and to break the breeding cycle. Keep moth traps current and consider respraying regularly - please remember, with warmer houses carpet moth damage and infestations are now a year-round problem
If you need further information, pop along to 'MothPrevention.com - The UK's Widest Range for Moth Prevention and Control' (http://www.mothprevention.com ) for dealing with an infestation of clothing moths, carpet moths or food moths, and to deter returning visitors.
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