Moth Treatment
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Carpet moths are a real problem for natural fibres especially wool and silk. They can lay their eggs in areas that are out of sight and where they can remain undisturbed behind furniture or under rugs. When the larvae hatch they consume patches of the fibre which contains keratin, a protein food source.

Failure to address the problem early can lead to large areas being damaged.

We supply Rug Remedy, a consumer facing product that kills moths and other insects on contact.

Moth damage on a wool rug

Moth damage.


There is some damage on this wool carpet where the eggs were layed and on hatching the larvae have consumed a noticeable amount of fibre from the area. Rug Remedy can save the rest of the carpet from further damage

Hidden damage


This area of a Chinese rug was under a sofa and due to the length of time the larvae were allowed to remain the damage caused to the fibre is severe.

This shows a corner of a Chinese rug that was under a sofa that has been eaten away by succesive moths to the point where you can see the cotton backing
This shows a wool rug that had an infestation of carpet moths whilst in storage

Moth infestation.


This rug was infested whilst in storage and the damage again is extensive. When storing rugs it is advisable to treat the surfaces to prevent moth infestations causing damage.

Rug Remedy Moth Treatment


Carpet Moth Killer is supplied ready to use in a 500ml bottle with a trigger spray nozzle.


It is applied by lightly spraying the back and front of your rug with a fine mist.


On fitted carpeting the spray is applied to the face fibre only.


The product should be left to dry which should take around an hour.


Please use the contact form for more information.

This shows two spray bottles of Rug Remedy anti moth treatment

CONTACT US

 

Telephone:   01202 779775

 

Mobile: 07940 734964


18 Ryecroft Avenue, Bournemouth, BH11 9NP

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