Testing has shown that the 812 Moth Traps perform as well, or better than, any comparable trap on the market. For the control of Indian Meal Moth, Tobacco Moth, Mediterranean Flour Moth. Everybody has had these destructive pests at one time or another. Simply place enclosed pheromone square on designated spot, fold trap to form a triangle, and place the decorative wood-grain trap in cabinets where moths are seen.
This product is the same as Catchmaster part number 812SD.
|Target pests:||Indian Meal Moth, Tobacco Moth, Mediterranean Flour Moth and Rasin Moth|
|For use in:||Anywhere the moths are present, including basement, pantry, kitchen or other food storage areas.|
|Yield:||Comes in packs of 2. Case is 12 packs of 2, or 24 total traps.|
|Shelf Life:||Traps will last for up to 3 months after they have been opened|
|Dimensions:||Trap Size - 8.5" x 5.25"|
|Manufactured By:||Catchmaster (Manufacturer Product Number: 812B)|
Tip from the manufacturer: Do not use more than 2 traps in your home at a time. Using more than the recommended number of traps can make your home oversaturated with the attractant in which case the moths become confused and do not enter the traps.
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2 of 2 people found this review helpful:
Great bargain, quick solution
By Dr. on November 4, 2011
Usually these traps sell for about $6.50 a trap in catalogs. These traps average under $3 per unit. You will need to change these about every three months, but they work very well, and they have tackled my problem in my pantry rapidly. The glue traps attract moths like a magnet, and they do not require toxic chemical sprays near foodstuffs. The shipment arrived quickly, and the traps set up in a jiffy. I will reorder when they run out and will gladly deal with this company in the future.
Problem won't go away!
By Kk2002 on March 12, 2013
The traps are easy to put up. Catch a lot of moths but our problem has lasted for three months. Found the initial source of the moths, bird seed, but cannot figure out where they are now. Have cleaned and cleaned. They aren't in the kitchen. Where are they? The moths only attract the males.