How do you make a homemade pantry moth trap?


Moths can cause damage in your home by destroying clothing or infesting dry goods in your pantry. To make a homemade pantry moth trap you can use boric acid and cornmeal. Use a one to three ratio of boric acid and cornmeal then play in jar lids and place lids in the pantry and cupboards. Cedar chips tied in cheesecloth and placed in cabinets will also repel moths.
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Homemade Moth Traps
Moths can be a detriment to your home if you find yourself with an infestation. Their larvae can destroy your clothes, especially the ones in the dirty laundry. Outside of the house, moths may be a nuisance as well. Getting rid of them may be ideal, but... More »
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