\n Food and Pantry Moth Trap is rated\n out of\n 5 by\n 167.\n

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\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n \n\n \n"}\n \n Rated 1 out of\n 5\n by\n George from\n 4 days, 1 moth caught\n Picked up and assembled on Thursday. Now, on Monday, between the two traps (both 4' from either side of the pantry) have caught a total of 1 moth.\n

\n Date published: 2020-03-17

\n \n \n \n Rated 4 out of\n 5\n by\n mothenater from\n Moth Trap\n We have only had the traps out for 2 days and they seems to be effective in attracting the moths.\n

\n Date published: 2014-06-15

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n CVG9 from\n Catches a lot of moths.\n Would recommend since it caught most of the moths in the house.\n

\n Date published: 2017-07-17

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n jk2011 from\n Holy COW these things worked fast!\n We've had pantry moths for the better part of a year, and NOTHING has worked to get rid of them, even though i think everything we own is now sealed up tight in a vast assortment of glass and plastic containers.\n\nwithin fifteen minutes of setting up two of these traps, we'd caught at least thirty moths. by the next morning, probably another ten or fifteen more. and since then.. NONE. i haven't seen a single moth. these things are MAGIC. MAGIC i tell you.\n

\n Date published: 2011-05-12

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n LaciG from\n Happy to find this product\n I had a hard time getting hold of this product and was thrilled that home depot online carried it. Shipped in 2 days. We found some Indian meal moths in some bulk products and this product quickly captured the egg laying moths. Now recommending to others who have the same problem. By the way, it seems that more and more products are infested with this pest. Must be some major quality control issues at source.\n

\n Date published: 2012-01-15

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Torontoguys from\n Quick and Amazing results\n We bought these traps online, why they are not sold in stores is a mystery because they work 100%!\n\nBefore the traps we were killing 7-8 moths a day in our basement, the traps arrived, and we put out two traps, one in the middle of the basement, and the other on the top of the stairs going from the basement to the main floor. We shut the door to the main floor. Within hours, we were catching moths in the trap. The next morning there were over a total of 40 moths in the two traps. There were some moths close to the traps, and we killed those too.\n\nIt's a great product, I just wish it was sold in stores.\n\nOne drawback is that the moths get stuck in the adhesive, so they may not be officially 'dead'. Some were still moving. To spare them of a slow death, I simply sprayed some bug spray and they were dead.\n\nIf you have moth problems, try these traps - they don't stink like moth balls, and they work!\n

\n Date published: 2011-06-23

\n \n \n \n Rated 3 out of\n 5\n by\n Fran from\n Seemed to work somewhat!\n We had a large infestation of Indian meal moths and so ordered Catchmaster's moth traps. We put two traps in the pantry and caught five moths in each trap. We wish they would have trapped more than this but at least they did do what they did. It was easy and convenient to order this product and pick it up at Home Depot.\n

\n Date published: 2019-01-10

\n \n \n \n Rated 1 out of\n 5\n by\n Robb from\n DO NOT BUY. Hasn't caught moths. Waste of money.\n I got pantry moths from some bird seeds. I set up this trap roughly four months ago and it hasn't caught a single moth yet. DO NOT BUY. Complete waste of money. If you have pantry moths, find the source and discard it, clean everything else, store food in air tight containers, etc.\n

\n Date published: 2022-04-29

\n \n \n \n Rated 4 out of\n 5\n by\n rebecca46 from\n Moth Trap\n I was amazed to see how many moths were caught the first day we put out these moth traps. Don't worry when you see more than you have ever seen before when you first set them out.\nIt didn't totally eliminate the problem, but in the order of 40-50 moths were caught the first day.\n

\n Date published: 2011-11-06

\n \n \n \n Rated 4 out of\n 5\n by\n Catchmaster from\n \n This is the only product on the market that I have found really works. It takes a couple of weeks but they will eventually catch all of the months and stop the reproduction cycle. Great product as it can be used within your food storage areas, there are no chemicals involved.\n

\n Date published: 2011-03-13

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Tings from\n Very Effective Traps\n Excellent product. I have been using these traps for years for Intermittent moth problems in the kitchen. The moths go right for the trap and have cleared in just a few days. Thank you Home depot for stocking these as I have not found them anywhere else.\n

\n Date published: 2011-07-29

\n \n \n \n Rated 3 out of\n 5\n by\n MothMan from\n Works so-so\n We've had one of the traps out for about a week - it has caught 6 insects (none at all for the first few days). However, we continue to kill about 4-6 moths a day (i.e. not in the trap). So, this is not a control mechanism, but does help somewhat.\n

\n Date published: 2012-04-05

\n \n \n \n Rated 4 out of\n 5\n by\n Cyndicat from\n Traps work well\n Wasn’t sure whether the traps would work for our pantry moth invasion but they did! Certainly helped to allow us to get ahead of the little critters. Of the 12 traps we put in the house they caught maybe 100 moths so far\n

\n Date published: 2018-05-26

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n impkokay from\n Works as Described\n Catches an amazing number of moths coming from grains, cereals, etc. The trick though is to get to the source of the problem by cleaning up and throwing out any food that is infested so that you don't have a recurrence.\n

\n Date published: 2011-07-31

\n \n \n \n Rated 1 out of\n 5\n by\n viviand from\n They don't really work\n They are not super beacons for the moths so I've got 10 traps in my home and I've only caught about 7 moths so far, it has been over a week since I've put them out. I kill more moths every day by hand and swatter.\n

\n Date published: 2012-01-13

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Anonymous from\n Moths Be Gone\n This was a new trap for us. We’ve had problems with natural clothing moths and pantry moths. Both types of moths were attracted to the traps immediately. We haven’t seen any new moths for about a month now.\n

\n Date published: 2024-08-25

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n sandriavdh from\n Pantry Moth Trap\n These traps are excellent to battle a pantry moth problem. They are very sticky, so once the moth lands in the trap, it cannot get out. Definitely purchase these if you have a problem with pantry moths.\n

\n Date published: 2012-02-17

\n \n \n \n Rated 1 out of\n 5\n by\n titulescu8187 from\n Catchmaster DS-Food and Pantry Moth Traps\n Catchmaster\nDS-Food and Pantry Moth Traps\n\nDespite the fact that I put traps all around the house there are no moth in the trap; the moths are flying happily not being attracted by the pheromones.\n

\n Date published: 2011-10-13

\n \n \n \n Rated 1 out of\n 5\n by\n ItheMan from\n Indian Moth Trap\n Bought this from HD as it is hard to find anywhere else. Bought 2 since I did not want to buy again. No success with catching. Moths fly right buy. Back to old method of fly swatter. Of no use\n

\n Date published: 2011-10-07

\n \n \n \n Rated 1 out of\n 5\n by\n WillM from\n Doesn't work here\n Our problem is small moths in the house, originally found in stored bird seed, but cleaned up over a year ago. The moths are still in our house, but we have not found where they are growing.\n\nA paper moth trap was suggested by the store where we buy our bird feed, and I found this one, available only on the Internet.\n\nWe purchased and installed two of the traps as described, by opening the lure and attaching it to the trap. These have been in place for several days. Moths have flown in the vicinity of the traps, without being attracted. No moths have been caught as described in the instructions. The lure is either not working, or is not the right one for these moths.\n\nI contacted the company, explaining our situation, and received suggestions to make sure that the glue was working. We have demonstrated that it is by placing the trap over a moth on the wall, causing it to fly into the trap, where it becomes stuck.\n\nIt would have been helpful to know of species limitations, if there are any. I would advise anyone interested in this product to investigate carefully its application to the specific problem.\n

\n Date published: 2011-06-23

\n \n \n \n Rated 4 out of\n 5\n by\n CountyGal from\n \n So far, so good.\n\nHaven't had any more moths or worms since I cleaned everything and pitched all of the suspect food.\n\nReassuring to see that the moth trap has no moths in it.\n

\n Date published: 2011-11-21

\n \n \n \n Rated 4 out of\n 5\n by\n dimonic from\n Indian Meal moth trap\n This trap was easy to setup and deploy, and within a few days had caught over a dozen moths. Each package contained two traps - which is enough for a medium sized kitchen.\n

\n Date published: 2012-03-22

\n \n \n \n Rated 4 out of\n 5\n by\n vespillio from\n not bad\n a little on the small side but caught many moths, this is a much better brand than the contec trap, I bought both in case one didn't work and this one did.\n

\n Date published: 2011-04-05

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Mothinfested from\n Moth Catcher\n Non-toxic, effective, relatively inexpensive, save handling charge by ordering more, delivered by UPS independent of postal service.\n

\n Date published: 2011-07-03

\n \n \n \n Rated 1 out of\n 5\n by\n jamecoo from\n Does not catch moths\n My pantry cupboard has been infested with moths, they are everywhere, and this product did not catch any of them. Waste of money.\n

\n Date published: 2012-04-13

\n \n \n \n Rated 4 out of\n 5\n by\n Russ5375 from\n Great traps!\n These work really well on moths - the only issue is that I needed four packs to do our big, old house!\n\nDefinitely recommended.\n

\n Date published: 2011-06-17

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n NoMoreMoths from\n Moth Traps - Pantry or Dry Good Drawers\n These are excellent. They attract the moths and in about a week we went from chasing 10-12 to seeing none.\nHighly Recommended.\n

\n Date published: 2011-10-27

\n \n \n \n Rated 4 out of\n 5\n by\n Yann from\n Produit efficace mais pas très durable\n Fonctionne bien avec les purales mais Cesse après un mois. Aucune confirmation personnelle pour les mites de vêtements.\n

\n Date published: 2021-05-19

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n LSGSchombergOn from\n Catchmaster Traps for Mealy Moths\n immediately effective if set close to source and hung in immediate are. Also fast delivery from the company.\n

\n Date published: 2011-10-17

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n mary from\n VERY EFFECTTIVE\n Great at getting your pantry moths under control. I always have a couple of traps on my shelves.\n

\nDate published: 2020-11-22

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