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Pantry moths are tiny little pests with small white larvae and nearly invisible eggs. You will mostly find them in areas where food is stored, and can easily contaminate various contents in your pantry. You should get opt for pantry moth control Sydney if you notice a single moth because you might have to deal with an infestation eventually.
We at Sydney Pest Crew, advise clients to call us right away if you notice signs of an infestation. If you continue to ignore this issue, eliminating the moths from your pantry will only get harder.
Pantry moths commonly referred to as Indian meal moths, get their nutrition from various food items. You wouldn't find them in crevices or walls but in food items. Here are a few of the most common ingredients that pantry moths are present in:
If you accidentally purchase a contaminated bag of any of these ingredients, contact pantry moth control Sydney to deal with the infestation.
Adult moths flying around your pantry isn’t the only sign of a potential infestation. In some cases, that’s the last sign. You can notice various other signs well before the larvae develop. Here are a few signs you should look out for:
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You should get in touch with expert pantry moth pest control services like us at Sydney Pest Crew. Our team of skilled and licensed professionals will assess the damage and provide you with customised solutions.
For more details about our pantry moth control and other pest control solutions, feel free to contact Sydney Pest Crew at 1300 288 342. You can also send us your queries and requests through this Online Form, and we will respond within the shortest possible time.
Pantry moths are often brought into homes with groceries. From there, they breed and multiply in your cabinets and any open food packets. Sometimes, pantry moths can accidentally end up in homes by slipping through cracks and holes.
Pantry moths won’t sting or bite you. However, adult pantry moths lay eggs in stored food items. The larvae feed on and live in these items. This contaminates the food making it inedible.