5 Natural Home Remedies To Get Rid Of Moths (moth pest control)
Your first step should be a deep cleaning of any and all areas where you’ve seen the moths. Clean out your cupboards and throw away food and other items that they’ve come in contact with. If moths are present in your kitchen you’ll notice moth webbings, secretions and there will be a foul smell as well. The good news is that we have some natural remedies for these pesky insects!
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1. Indian Lilac (Neem)
Also known as Neem, Indian lilac works as a good repellent for moths. The leaves of this natural herb can be used by placing them in your kitchen cupboards (fresh leaves are best). If you have the Indian lilac powder, use it to dust shelves and other areas in your closet. You can also purchase Neem oil and soak it in cotton balls and place them around the house in areas that are infested with moths. This will keep these pesky critters at bay.