The Moth Menace: How to Get Rid of Moths in Your Home 



If you’ve ever found your clothes covered in tiny holes, you may have been the victim of a moth infestation. Though moths are small, they can cause big problems—especially if they’re in your custom closet munching on your favorite sweater. In this blog post, we’ll tell you everything you need to know about getting rid of moths in your home. Keep reading to learn more!


What Are Moths?

Moths are small insects that belong to the order Lepidoptera. There are thought to be over 160,000 species of moth. This makes them one of the most diverse groups of animals on the planet. Most are harmless and do not pose any threat to humans or our belongings. However, there are a few species of moth that can cause damage to our clothes and other household items. These are commonly known as “clothes moths.” 


Clothes moths are attracted to natural fibers like wool, cashmere, and cotton. They feed on these fibers, which is why you may find holes in your clothes if you have a clothes moth infestation. Clothes moths lay their eggs on clothing, and when the eggs hatch, the larvae start to eat away at the fabric. 


How Do You Know if You Have a Moth Problem?

The best way to tell if you have a moth problem is to look for signs of damage to your clothes or other household items. However, there are a few other telltale signs that you may have moths in your home: 

– Small worms or maggots crawling on your clothes or in your closet 

– You find silken tubes or cocoons attached to fabric items 

– You see adult moths flying around your home 

If you notice any of these signs, it’s time to take action! 


How Can You Get Rid of Moths?

If you think you may have a moth problem, there are a few things you can do to get rid of them:   – Vacuum all carpeted areas and under furniture regularly – Wash all clothing and household items made from natural fibers – Store seasonal clothing in airtight containers – Do not keep open food containers in pantries or cupboards – Use cedar hangers or lavender sachets in your custom closets – Place insect traps near baseboards and other potential entry points into your home 

By taking these steps, you can get rid of moths and keep them from coming back! 



Moths might be small, but they can cause some big problems—especially if they’re eating your favorite sweater. If you think you may have a moth problem in your home, be sure to look for signs of damage. Take action immediately by vacuuming regularly. Also, wash natural fiber clothing often, and use things like cedar hangers and lavender sachets, you can get rid of moths for good!