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Imagine reaching for your favorite cereal in the morning. As you open the box, you scream. A pantry moth has just flown out! It's not a pretty picture, is it? Pantry moths are pesky and annoying invaders. Once an infestation starts, it is important to take the right measures to end the infestation and prevent it from happening in the future.
Prevention is Key
Pantry moths are attracted to foods like grains, cereal, dried fruits, pet food, seeds, and nuts. The best way to get rid of these moths is to prevent them from calling your pantry home in the first place. Here are a few tips:
The Removal Process
Getting rid of pantry moths is not as difficult as it may appear. When it comes to removing them, be sure that you do the following:
A Few Things to Remember
When it comes to removing pantry moths, be sure to select the safest and least toxic method. These insects invaded an area where you store food, so it's important to avoid the use of chemicals.
If the problem persists, it may be time to call an expert (such as one from Select Pest Control). In the meantime, keep your favorite sugary cereal in a container to keep the bugs out so you can enjoy fresh cereal each morning.