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J. F. Oakes Markets New Ready to Use Fabric Insect Trap

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The trap can be used for webbing and casemaking moths and brown house moth plus the varied and black carpet beetles.

| August 1, 2014

YAZOO CITY, Miss. — J. F. Oakes markets new XLure Ready To Use (R.T.U.) Fabric Insect Trap with multiple pheromones for the webbing and casemaking moths and brown house moth plus the varied and black carpet beetles.

The XLure Fabric Insect Trap uses the same body type as the XLure R.T.U. Beetle Floor trap, with the addition of top entry holes for moths. The trap is reusable with money saving replacement kits available.

The XLure Fabric Insect Trap also features a tab for securing the trap with our new tether system.

The product is for use in homes, apartments, museums, retail and manufacturing clothes establishments, feather warehouses and anywhere these insects are a problem.

For more information, contact J. F. Oakes at 662/746-7276.


 

 

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