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Our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Brown house moths

Frequently asked questions about brown house moths:

Thoroughly vacuuming including areas understanding furniture, destroying old clothes, and an insecticide treatment will get rid of brown house moths.

Brown house moths are not dangerous.

Poor hygiene can cause moths in the house.

Brown house moths eat natural fibers found in clothing, carpet, upholstery and bedding. They’ll eat wool, silk, cotton and any other natural fiber they can find.

Poor hygiene can lead to little brown moths in the house.

Insecticide sprays and treatments will kill moths instantly.

Moths are bad because they destroy clothes and food, depending on the species.

Yes, you should kill moths in your house as they can destroy clothes and food.

If you have a moth infestation you will see moths and/or the damage they cause.

Throughly vacuuming including areas understanding furniture, destroying old clothes, and an insecticide treatment will get rid of brown moths.