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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 and the moths will become confused and will not enter the traps.
ProPest Pheronet Pantry Pest Traps lure moths by using special moth pheromones, or sex lures, that excite male moths. These traps attract and kill male moths, disrupting mating. This product is best used in conjunction with a crack and crevice aerosol to treat under and around baseboards and door frames in the infested area. We recommend Cy-Kick Aerosol to treat these areas. We also have a Pantry Pest Kit.
Pantry Pest Traps protect grain based foods such as cereals, flour, meal and pasta, pet and bird food, popcorn and more.
The traps are designed to capture pantry moths including Indian Meal Moths, Mediterranean Flour Moths, Almond Moths, Raisin Moths and Cigarette Beetles.
|Target pests:||Indian Meal Moths, Mediterranean Flour Moths, Almond Moths, Raisin Moths and Cigarette Beetles.|
|Pet safe:||Yes if used as directed on label|
|Shipping Weight:||0.05 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||J F Oakes|
How To Use:
To use this trap simply remove the release paper on the trap to expose the glue. The trap is already pre-baited with pheromones, so all you need to do is form the trap into a box form and hang it in areas of moth activity.
The trap can be hung with a hook or hanger or secured to a wall or other surface with double-sided tape.
*Trap Size: 4.75'' x 3.75'' x 3.25''
*Active Life: 4-6 weeks
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28 of 29 people found this review helpful:
ProPest Pest Trap
By Lorrie in elizabeth, la on 05/17/2010
The ProPest Pantry Trap really works. I don't know where the pantry moths come from, but this is the second time in the past year I have had them and the traps are the only thing I have found to get rid of them. They are wonderful!
20 of 21 people found this review helpful:
By J.johnson in Golden Valley, Mn on 07/03/2010
Your traps work the best of any I've tried. They are also bigger. I like that the traps have 3 sticky sides instead of 2 and you don't have to drop a little red square through a hole & hope it sticks.
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By Valerie in McDonough, GA on 05/29/2010
Have had a problem with these little moths that got into the house from a bag of sunflower seeds kept in the garage. Very easy to "set-up" with INSTANT results!!! Highly recommend!
13 of 14 people found this review helpful:
ProPoest Pantry Pest Trap WORKS!!!
By Keith in Mission Viejo, CA on 09/29/2010
I was swarmed by the moths while assembling the trap to hang it up! We've been bugged by these pantry moths for two-years. We keep spray insecticide cans all over the kitchen but have had no result. Finally had a Nolan $500 estimate to professionally treat the pests. We're trying to eliminate the source, but in the meantime, this is really clearing the air for us! (I've read placing more than one trap can confuse the moths, so we are starting with one, although I bought 6.)
12 of 12 people found this review helpful:
By R in maryland on 07/01/2010
This trap works great. The moths hatch over a long period, I always know when because the traps will catch them right away. DoMyOwnPestControl is the only place I know of that carries them.
By Shellby in warners, ny on 06/23/2017
Pantry Pest Trap
By Cathryn in Worcester MA on 06/15/2017
This did not work at all for me. I swear it repelled all of them did not trap a single one!
Minimizes Moth Population
By John in Longview, Texas on 06/08/2017
This trap works! While finding and eliminating the hatching locations is a slow process, these traps capture the flying Indian Meal Moths which reduces the aggravation of flying insets!
It Really Works!
By J in RI on 06/07/2017
Great product and fantastic Customer Service. Thanks for all if your advice.
Very effective trap.
By Naomi in Gaines, MI on 05/30/2017
Lots of pantry moths fly in to the glue. Hopefully they will disappear.
By Sue in Gilroy, CA on 05/16/2017
Have found these to be the best thing for pantry moths...
By Marco in Pasadena, TX on 05/16/2017
Product works great. Works within minutes of setting up pest trap. At least with the pantry moths that I am trying to get rid of.
Awesome is all I have to say!!
By Tom in Mountain Home, AR on 05/16/2017
No more pantry moths. In one day they were all trapped!
Great pantry moth traps
By Cj in Greensboro, NC on 04/26/2017
These traps really work to attract and capture those pesky moths. I have tried other brands and this one is the best. The service is always great and responsive. Highly recommend
By Eva in Mount Vernon MO on 04/24/2017
This is a great product. I put it out and it immediately started to work. Will be getting this again if needed.
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07/16/2014 Doug from Austin
QHow many of the ProPest Pheronet Pantry Pest Traps can I put in a 2500 sqft house?
Some info says don't put out too many of these, one 1 or 2 at most as more will confuse moths. But the package says one every 100 square feet. I have 2500 sqft and am seeing these moths everywhere
APer the manufacturer you should not use more than 2 ProPest Pheronet traps in your home at a time. Using more than the recommended number of traps can make your home oversaturated with the attractant and the moths will become confused and will not enter the traps. You can place one per floor but putting more out would not be recommended.
QIs there any odor associated with the ProPest Pheronet Pantry Pest Traps?
Just curious if there are any odor to these traps as I would like to use them in my cigar humidor to catch the cigarette beetles (if there are any).
ANo, the ProPest Pheronet Pantry Pest Trap is virtually odorless. We say virtually odorless because as with most products that contain adhesives there is a very faint smell from the adhesive itself.
01/05/2013 Bill from Stroudsburg Pa
QCan ProPest Pheronet traps be placed in the pantry?
AYes, you can place the traps in the pantry if you choose.
08/11/2014 Angela from Los Angeles, Ca
QCan Pro Pest Pheronet trap be placed in pantry with food? Or does the pantry have to be empty?
APro Pest Pheronet Traps can be applied in a pantry where food is stored. The stored food should be sealed.
08/29/2014 Laura from Arkansas
QWhat is the shelf life ProPest Pheronet Pantry Pest Trap?
In other words, will they still be effective for a year or so?
A ProPest Pheronet Pantry Pest Trap unopened will last indefinitely.
ProPest Pheronet Pantry Pest Trap unopened will last indefinitely.
11/14/2012 Kathy from Sylvania Oh
QWill the pro pest pheronet trap work for drug store beetles?
AThe ProPest Pheronet Pantry Pest Trap will work for the following pantry pests: Indian Meal Moths, Mediterranean Flour Moths, Almond Moths, Raisin Moths and Cigarette Beetles. We do not carry a trap that is specifically labeled for drugstore beetles but the Pantry Patrol Beetle Trap has been reported by some customers to lure drugstore beetles. We also recommend you purchase an aerosol insecticide such as D-Force HPX to treat all of the cracks and crevices where the larva could be developing.
09/21/2013 Marelin from Norco, Ca
QHow are the ProPest Pheronet Pantry Pest Traps packaged? Individually or in multiples?
AThe ProPest Pheronet Pantry Pest Trap are sold individually. You will notice on the pricing that there are some great price breaks available as well.
QWill these traps work on dwarf citrus trees?
AThe Pro Pest Pantry Pest Traps are meant for indoor use only and are only labeled for these pantry pests: Indian Meal Moths, Mediterranean Flour Moths, Almond Moths, Raisin Moths and Cigarette Beetles. Unfortunately, we do not have any products that are labeled for use on citrus trees at this time.
03/05/2016 Kat from Vero Beach, Fl
QHow long will a Pro-Pest Pheronet Pantry Pest Trap remain effective in the pantry once opened?
A Once the Pro-Pest Pheronet Traps have been opened, they are active for 4-6 weeks.†
Once the Pro-Pest Pheronet Traps have been opened, they are active for 4-6 weeks.†
09/22/2016 Ellen from Alexandria, La
QAre the ProPest Pheronet Pantry moth traps toxic to humans?
A No the ProPest Pheronet Pantry Pest Traps are not toxic to humans. †They are†constructed of cardboard or paper, lined on the inside with a pheromone impregnated glue strip. The insect sex pheromones powerfully attract the male moths,†trapping and killing them. Thus, mating is disrupted to the point of eventual control.†
No the ProPest Pheronet Pantry Pest Traps are not toxic to humans. †They are†constructed of cardboard or paper, lined on the inside with a pheromone impregnated glue strip. The insect sex pheromones powerfully attract the male moths,†trapping and killing them. Thus, mating is disrupted to the point of eventual control.†
07/13/2013 Kitty from Sacramento, Ca
QAre your moth strips guaranteed?
I've had a moth problem for a year now. I thought I got rid of them, but the traps keep showing more moths! :( So I was wondering if there was a guarantee on your moth strips?
AIf you are still seeing moths on the traps, that shows that the traps are working since you are catching them. If you are continually having a moth problem, it is because you have not eliminated the larvae and taken the additonal steps needed to eliminate them. Moth traps normally have a pheromone that attracts the MALE moths only to the traps. This can help break up the reproductive cycle by only attracting the males but it will not trap the females. The larvae of the moths could be left in many different cracks and crevices throughout the home so knowing exactly what type of moth you have helps know where to look for larvae. It can take a long time to eliminate each life cycle that develops if the source of larvae is not found. Everything where you see moths should be thoroughly cleaned out and anything that seems contaminated thrown away promptly. Remove all food from cubbards and pantries and clean out shelves with some type of cleaning chemical. It it wise to spray a residual crack and crevice aerosol like Cy-Kick while your cabinets are empty into the edges where larvae can hide. Once dry, it is completely safe to place all of your food and utensils back in the cabinets. If you are dealing with clothes moths and not some form of pantry moth, you need to wash or dry clean all wool clothing and fabrics they would be attracted to and seal them up tightly. You would then treat dressers and closets in the same fashion as the cabinets and pantries. While we want you to be satisfied with the traps you are using, we do not have a full money back guarantee on the products as we can not insure that every customer will do all the steps required for their situation and use the products accordingly. The traps alone will not solve anyones moth problem and would be just 1 part of an ongoing treatment process. Please let us know if you have any other questions.
11/12/2012 Sandra from Vienna, Virginia
QDo they work for pantry flour beetles?
AThe ProPest Pheronet Pantry Pest Trap will work for the following pantry pests: Indian Meal Moths, Mediterranean Flour Moths, Almond Moths, Raisin Moths and Cigarette Beetles. If you are not sure what type of beetle you have you may consider purchasing the Pantry Patrol Pheromone Trap for beetles as it covers a broader spectrum of beetle pests including: Red Flour Beetle, Confused Flour Beetle, Indian Meal Moth, Warehouse Beetle, Cigarette Beetle, Mediterranean Flour Moth, Tobacco Moth, Rice Weevil, Saw-Toothed Grain Beetle. We also recommend you purchase an aerosol insecticide such as D-Force HPX to treat all of the cracks and crevices where the larva could be developing.