Seen A Hole In Your Jumper?

If you’ve already seen a hole in your jumper, things can only get worse.

holes in your jumperThe chances are Moths have already struck and you need to take action before they you get more holes – in other jumpers! You need to stop it recurring and we have some first steps you should take before more damage is done:

  1. Identify the problem. Are they Clothes or Food Moths?
  2. Remove all garments from the wardrobes or drawers and thoroughly vacuum
  3. Seal areas where moths may be hiding, such as cracks in flooring, shelves, skirting
  4. Protect clothes in wardrobes & drawers naturally and effectively with Cedar, Orphea and Colibri. Natural products will provide peace of mind if you have children or pets
  5. Don’t replace any of your garments until you have effective Moth Deterrents in place!
  6. Once gone you want to stop them coming back with the use of a Moth Killer Spray
  7. Moths in the kitchen? Using Anti Food Moth Traps are a safe way to deal with them
  8. It is a good idea to take items outside to shake, even beat them on a regular basis
  9. Keeping clothes & woollens clean will offer some protection, but correctly storing out of season items creates a barrier against the moths
  10. Store clothes in garment covers and sweater bags to give an impenetrable layer which keep them at bay. Use Moth Deterrents to protect them while in storage because moths thrive in dark, undisturbed places

Now there are lots of things you can do and lots of products you can buy to effectively eradicate this problem. The first thing you should do is download this:


…it is packed with top tips to help you with the moth menace!

If you want to try before you buy we are offering a free Moth Deterrent sample here:


Keep checking the Caraselle Direct site and this blog for more great freebies and advice this National Moth Week!

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