Any suggestions on handling a terrifying clothes moth infestation?
I have a disturbing amount of clothes moths and I would like to get rid of them. They are mostly in larval form right now, but as the weather gets warmer and moister they are going to become much, much worse.
I got some pheromone moth traps (not even sure if they are the right kind; all I know is that they are not labeled for webbing moths, which would make them definitely the wrong kind) and am planning on buying some diatomaceous earth, which will hopefully kill some of them. And I'll do a lot of vacuuming. But I can't/am too lazy to clean the house from top to bottom and have everything dry-cleaned. Does anyone have any experience s/he is willing to share and/or some easy, practical tips? Thanks in advance!