How to get rid of PANTRY WEEVILS & MOTHS




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29 thoughts on “How to get rid of PANTRY WEEVILS & MOTHS”

  1. How often do you suggest to use the white vinegar?…ive used it twice in a month in all my kitchen cupboards but am still seeing a few live ones…how long do they live without a food source? Please help!

  2. Great tips, thanks. When dismantling my kitchen it was evident that the that moth larvae had been living in the cracks around the shelves, and food crumbs had collected there, so an extra tip is to take the shelves right out and clean the edges, or if it is not possible to take shelves out, use silicone sealant over all the gaps so they can't hide in them.

  3. Tried this three times.
    Found some in flour and put outside in subzero weather.
    Still have problem.
    They lay larvae eggs inside dusty looking nests in the corners of walls.
    I am thinking of using a corner shaped foam paint applier and using pure bleach.

  4. Decent advice but you might tell people to freeze their flour and grains etc for a couple of days after purchasing them to kill whatever might be in the product before putting it in their pantry.

  5. Great video thank you, I don't know if this has been mentioned or not but weevils and eggs are in grain products directly from the store. The best thing to do is to put your grain products into the freezer for about four or five days, this will kill the eggs and the weevils of course. Gross as it is, consuming these bugs will not harm you. Weevils can burrow through cardboard and plastic, I'm talking about plastic bags that bread, or buns etc come in. A good remedy is to use heavy duty containers to store all of your dry goods in. Washing cubboards out with vinegar or bleach diluted with water and some dawn dishwashing soap also works very well. Never of course mix bleach and vinegar together. Thank you again for a very informative video.

  6. more to be learned
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    thanks for sharing the video
    so everyone will say
    what they also know about
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  7. more to be learned
    from the comment section
    of all the videos
    than the videos themselves .
    thanks for sharing the video
    so everyone will say
    what they also know about
    the subject .
    thanks to all commenter also.
    makes my life better
    and totally amusing also.
    sincerely

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