Step 1. Know Your Enemy Up Close and Personal

Ladies and gents here she is!  This little bug with the tattered brown dress is about to fly out looking for a date on the town tonight eating your clothes and stripping your rugs.  She is such a flittering flirt with her slim legs and busty antennae.  She hits all the local singles scene looking to marry up with a male moth fiance to settle down and find a place to lay her clutch of eggs.  Soon her babies here below will mount up an army to feast on treats of tasty clothes and oriental rugs.

Wool neglected is wool devoured.  If you see just a single one of the adults you already have dozens undetected well hidden throughout your home.  These moths are not found circling around porch lights or hide in cereals in your pantry.  In fact these moths hate any light and are difficult to see as they fly very erratically and are small as snowflakes.  They are among the tiniest moths on the planet which is why most people never discover them until after substantial damage is already done.  So rest easy if you see dark brown moths or large moths.  Your enemy flies at night looking for hidden discreet locations to date males and lay eggs.  Your job is to know your enemy and defeat her before she lays eggs anywhere in your home.  You’ve done nothing wrong.  But the problem is maybe you didn’t have the information to know what to do until now.  You simply want to live your life moth free.  Don’t delay because another wasted day means another fine business suit, sweater or fabulous carpet lost to a growing moth colony.  Let’s defeat her together!  Click Here to Order Moth Guard Now

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