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Old 05-03-2014, 06:47 PM   #21
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with all of the synthetic fabrics today we don't see them as much because they do not eat those. But if you have wool or cotton in your closet then you will surely see the little holes that the larvae chew in your clothing! Sometimes it's not noticeable, but it is when you pull out your expensive wool suit! You never see the moths and it's hard to tell they are laying their eggs somewhere. Then the larvae hatch and you see the evidence of them chewing holes in your fabrics.
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