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For the past few months, I've had an infestation of pantry moths and their worm larvae in my kitchen. I've cleaned out the cabinets and relentlessly verified that all food was sealed effectively.
I tried the sticky traps that had phermone lures and initially they were quite effective in luring and trapping these moths on the sticky carboard traps. Lately, it seems the moths are getting smarter and avoiding these traps. The number of months hanging out in my kitchen is increasing. I'm reluctant to just spray insectiside all over the place, especially around food.
I'm looking for other ideas to get rid of them.
Please share your advice
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