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Allure Traps

Allure Traps
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4 Allure Moth Trap - 4 pack

If you want an eco-friendly and efficient method to rid your home of moths, use the 4 Allure Moth Trap. These traps will take care of annoying pantry moths such as Indian meal moths, almond moths, raisin moths and other nuisance moths.

These easy to use traps utilize a safe formula of moth pheromones, which are highly effective at attracting moths. Once they are in the traps, the moths become stuck on the sticky surface. Not only are these effective for trapping moths, but they are also useful for monitoring moth populations. No more food waste with these traps!

Assembly and Use

Before use, assemble the moth traps according to package guidelines. Place the pheromone packet in the top of the trap. Then, place the traps in infested areas or in areas where you want to monitor moth activity. Hang them at about eye level. Depending on the size of the moth population and of the infested area, you may want to use additional traps; recommended placement is about 3 to 4 traps per 1000 feet of space. You can also use them to monitor moths. Catch an infestation before they have a chance to do costly damage.

Use the pantry moth trap wherever you need it, from outdoor areas to kitchens or other food storage locations. Check package guidelines to see how many traps you need and where they should be placed.

Allure Moth Traps will handle your moth problem for up to 16 weeks, saving you money. The unused traps can be refrigerated or frozen to prolong life.


  • Uses moth pheromones to attract moths
  • Long lasting for up to 16 weeks
  • Highly effective
  • Easy to use
  • Safe and Eco-friendly
  • Can be used in food areas
  • Safe around pets and children
  • Easy disposal of traps and moths

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Customer Reviews

  • Author: Mindy Hibner
    I was amazed, and disgusted by how well this worked! I had a storage room where I stored all my clothes from my "skinny high school" years. I noticed a couple of my undershirts had holes. I purchased a couple of these allure traps and placed them in a couple rooms and it caught tons of moths!
  • Author: Susan Hines
    We seem to have moths just waiting to get in and they love staying in the kitchen, pantry and in the garage. They're harmless, yes, but they are so annoying. I always keep these moth traps around because they work so well.
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