My pantry moths have moved on to my wardrobe
Tonight I got out my muskox yarn cap
, and found it had two big holes and one small hole eaten in it by some form of larvae [whimpers]. I've been battling pantry moths for a few years now and I'm guessing they decided to move to a more fibre-based diet. Fortunately the other woolen items in the basket and my wool coats in that closet seem unharmed.... but how long will they remain that way? I went to the store and looked at some mothballs, but the box said they wouldn't work well in an open closet. Does anyone have some advice on how to keep the moths from eating anything else?