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Zensect Moth Proofer Balls

£12.98 inc VAT
£10.82 exc VAT

Zensect Moth Proofer Balls

£12.98 inc VAT
£10.82 exc VAT

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The Zensect Moth Proofer protects all your woollen fabrics (jumpers, jackets, coats and blankets), fur, silk, leather clothes and all other fabrics.

As it is a small handy size, it can be placed anywhere in your cupboards and drawers that has a fresh, lavender fragrance. 

The box contains 20 units x 2g

Each unit will last up to 3 months and for peace of mind, the colour of the ball will change from orange to white once it needs replacing. 

Directions of use:

1. Tear open the outer bag at the opening notch at the top

2. Remove one of the sachets from the outer bag. Do not remove the active ball from its individual sachet

3. Place 1 or 2 sachets in the area that you wish to protect such as your drawers, cupboard and pockets of clothes 

4. Once the ball changes from orange to white replace the unit.

One sachet will treat 0.15 - 0.40 cubic metres. 

Zensect Moth Proofer eliminates all types of moth, larvae and eggs that may damage fabrics whilst leaving a fresh lavender scent. 

As it is in a sachet, the Moth Proofer will not stain fabrics as there is no direct contact between your clothes and the active ingredient within the packaging. 

Each ball is individually wrapped even whilst in use meaning you will not have to directly touch the active ingredient. 

Moths do usually target and eat natural fabrics such as wool, linen, cashmere, silk, leather and fur so we would highly recommend that you use these permanently to protect your fabrics all year round. 

Frequently asked questions

Why do they keep eating my clothes and carpets?

Clothes moths prefer clothing that have either stains, liquids or sweat on. Likewise for carpet fibres. Minuscule amounts of dirt and moisture can provide essential food for the larvae, enabling them to develop into the adult moths more commonly seen.

How do I protect my clothes from moths?

There are numerous products available to protect your clothes and carpets from moths and the damage they can cause.

How do I get rid of clothes moths?

Working alongside a leading Pest control manufacturer, we recommend using a multi dimensional treatment of your premises to get rid of clothes moths. Firstly we recommend washing any clothes or bedding on the hottest temperature the labels allow. The hot water will both remove eggs and kil the moths or larvae on any of your clothing. Whilst your clothing is in the wash, we would set off a Fortefog smoke Fumer to kill any remaining moths or larvae in the room. The smoke will access all areas of the room, including areas inaccessible to humans. Follow all the instructions provided and set alight your recommend amount of Fortefog Fumers after sealing the room and then leave the room for 3-4 hours, preferably overnight if possible.

Once the smoke has dissipated after the 3-4 hour time period, re-enter the room and open all windows and doors and aerate for two hours. We would then recommend using moth killer spray to apply to the inside of wardrobes, cupboards, drawers, bed frames, windowsills and soft furnishings. Any moth landing in the sprayed area will be killed. The spray will last 4-6 weeks. Re-apply as necessary.

Vacuum any dead moths you find. For any moths you find/see in the room, we would use Protector FCIK instant kill spray that instantly knocks down and kills any moths or other flying insects within the room.

Set the repellents up and traps within your cupboards and wardrobes or areas where the moths congregate.

We would strongly recommend repeating your initial treatment after 7 days to ensure any remaining moths are killed that were either missed from the initial treatment or were eggs/larvae at the time of treatment.

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