Slide one of our Pantry Pest Traps into this handsome soapstone cover and keep your flour, cereal and pet food free of pesky meal moths for up to three months. Safe and non-toxic, the disposable cardboard trap attracts moths with a natural sex lure, trapping them on the sticky surface inside. Hand-carved soapstone cover attractively conceals traps, so they can be placed where they are most effective. Natural soapstone will vary in color.
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from Chicago Area
Comments about : Soapstone Cover with 2 Pantry Pest Traps:
A nice pretty cover to hide the trap.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Hiding Pesty Moths
from Salem, SC
About Me Do-It-Yourself
The actual traps are set inside this beautiful soap stone as a display, all the while the traps are used to fight the infestation of pantry moths. No one knows!
The trap doesn't work.
from Metro Boston, MA
About Me Novice
The lure works very well, but then the moths land in the trap, walk around, and leave again. It doesn't work because the trap isn't sticky enough to catch the moth.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Does NOT Work
from Arnold. MD
About Me Handyman
Product look nice, nut the bait appears to be old and moths come in and out, land on the bait (supposed to stick?) and then fly off. Attracting a lot of moths, but just as a fly-through - much like doing touch-and-go landings.
Woo Hoo ! No more moths!
Nice and discreet ! But best of all no flying pests to drive me crazy :)
Recommend Traps Not cover
from West Virginia
It took a few days but then the traps attracted many, many moths.Unfortunately, the soapstone cover was broken. Luckily, it is not needed to use the traps.I would recommend the traps, not the cover.
Good product helped with infestation
from Temple City, CA
Only problem is that the actual cardboard trap did not fit properly. But still did the job.
Put this trap anywhere
from Pittsburgh, PA
The attractive soapstone is hardly noticeable. Can be placed out in the open; no one will be the wiser unless you tell. Really attracts those pesky moths.
An attractive Funeral Home for Pests
By Liz the Gardener Cat Lady
from Edina, MN
The Soap Stone cover is attractive so I hardly notice it is there. I keep it a hallway next to my cloths closet. I had been seeing one or two small fluttery moths and worried about damage to my cloths. I do believe its working, I have not seen a moth since I put the trap out. It was a little bit difficult setting up the trap itself. Very sticky. Part of that was I had never used one before. Now I know how to set it up and to beware of the stickiness.
from Traverse City, MI
I had a large pantry pest problem and this product was easy to use and is taking care of it.
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