Did you know there were moths who prefer flour to wool sweaters? Me neither...until we ended up with an infestation in our pantry. *sigh* It all started innocently enough with a single moth that I thought
had slipped in when the backdoor was open one night. I didn't know how it had become trapped in the pantry, but I shooed it out with the broom and didn't think much else about it. Until it was back the next day. Strange, so I shooed it out again and noticed later that day, there were two. Again, not thinking much about it, until about 4 days later when I opened the pantry and there were probably 30
in there! What?! Like eve
ry good internet junkie, I googled "pantry" and "moth" and found out there are, indeed, pantry moths. So out with EVERYTHING in the pantry, which ended up being a fantastic excuse to throw out countless small amounts of things we would never eat, and in with the pheromone traps. The next time I find a random moth loitering near the pantry, instead of shooing it out, I will be beating it senseless lest it decide to procreate (is that what they do?) near my foodstuffs again. Lesson learned.