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Our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Flour moths

Frequently asked questions about flour moths:

Disposing of infested products and using a residual insecticide spray will kill flour moths.

Flour moths are not dangerous.

The reason you have moths in your four is because it is infested. Adult flour moths will have laid eggs in or around the product.

Flour moths like flour.

Flour moths look like small moths.

Disposing of infested products and using a residual insecticide spray will get rid of pantry moths. Keep food in airtight containers to prevent them from returning.

Moths have a powdery substance on their wings which rubs off when you squish them.

Pantry moths should not be in the bedroom unless there is food products in the room. Disposing of infested products and using a residual insecticide spray will get rid of pantry moths.

To get rid of moths naturally, you must get rid of the infested products and wait, however, this will take a long time. A residual insecticide spray will get rid of pantry moths quickly.