Wrap up your jumpers, a moth infestation has arrived! UK's wardrobes are under attack after a humid September



A plague of moths is sweeping through the nation's wardrobes, pest control bosses have warned.
The pests - common clothes moths which feed on wool and natural fibres such as cashmere, tweed, sheepskin and fur - are busy eating through our favourite jumpers and cardigans in millions of homes in the UK. 
The clothes moths, called Tineola bisselliella, are not like other moths - which are attracted to light - and prefer 'dark and warm' habitats, like the bottom of a chest of drawers or wardrobes.
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The pests specifically target lambswool, cashmere, tweed, sheepskin and fur... read more

 
11 October 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 35
Source: Daily Mail
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