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J.F. Oakes Offers Pro-Pest RTU Clothes Moth Traps

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Pro-Pest Clothes Moth Traps are pre-baited (incorporated into the glue) with a natural insect sex attractant.

| December 21, 2011

Pro-Pest Clothes Moth Traps are pre-baited (incorporated into the glue) with natural insect sex attractant to attract webbing clothes moths; therefore, R.T.U. Pro-Pest Clothes Moth Traps are pesticide free. Pro-Pest Clothes Moth Traps are easy to use. Simply remove trap from bag, fold in triangular shape and place in closet or where moth activity has been seen. The trap’s flat bottom allows placement on shelves or other flat surfaces. Trap is hole- punched for easy hanging too. Webbing clothes moths are lured inside the trap away from valuable rugs, wool, clothes, fur, etc. For more information visit

www.jfoakes.com

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