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Tired of finding holes in your wool sweaters and other items? Not sure what’s causing them? You may be dealing with silverfish and clothes moths.
Silverfish and moths are two common culprits that are responsible for damaging linen, silk, rayon, cotton, viscose and other fabrics in your closet and in your off-season storage containers. While some of the damages made by these pests can be remedied, at times, the holes and discolorations they make are so bad that clothing and household items are no longer usable. But are preventable!
Having been victims of silverfish and moths in the past, we specially formulated a line of nontoxic products that are great alternatives to off-smelling, dangerous mothballs, oily cedar moth balls, and other harmful pest deterrents.
What do silverfish eat?
Keep reading and check out the Clean Talk Blog to learn more tips on how to keep silverfish and moths from turning your wardrobe into an all-you-can-eat buffet.
They may be small, but bugs and moths can do big harm to your favorite fall and winter fashions during the off season. With proper storage and treatment, you can make sure your best pieces last for years to come. And if the damage is done, don't despair, there's still hope with the right repairs!