PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: Glue trap which uses sexual pheromones as attractants and is set out where you either have activity or suspect activity. Emerging adults will find the trap, enter and get stuck on the glue catching them before they are able to mate and lay eggs. Excellent monitoring device which should be used in conjunction with the other treatments. These traps are available in either the low profile version, which is seen in the picture on the left side, or the hanging style which is seen in the picture on the right side. Either trap can be used; generally both are used in any one structure to insure proper installation and coverage.
WHERE TO USE IT: In closets, around furniture, by important fabric, around windows or any place where you have either seen activity or don’t want to have any activity.
RATE OF APPLICATION: Try to set at least one out in every room where you want to protect furniture or fabric; more if there is a lot of activity present.
RELATED PRODUCTS: VARIED CARPET BEETLE TRAPS DERMESTID MONITORS
$20.00 ea. (826081) Low Profile (3+ $17.00 each)(Free Standard Shipping)
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$20.00 ea. (826079) Hanging Style (3+ $17.00 each)(Free Standard Shipping)
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Comments on BLACK CARPET BEETLE TRAPS
Jean Macfie @ 3:30 pm
Hi, I’m in Georgia, something is eating my winter wool sweaters. Not moth.
Have only seen one critter, it was black, round and looked like a ladybird. When I picked it off there was a little round hole underneath. Have also seen one larva, very much like a ladybird larva. Are these a type of
wool beetle or something else?
Tried putting everything in plastic bags in the freezer for the summer but still have holes. Prefers cashmere! but woven wool skirts also. Holes appearing for the last five years.
Tech Support @ 4:10 pm
What you’re describing sounds just like a Black Carpet Beetle. They are super secretive, closely related to ladybird beetles but instead of eating bugs, they eat clothing (fabric).
To see how to treat the carpeting and fabric around the home, review our article here:
Black Carpet Beetles: www.bugspray.com/black-carpet-beetle-control.html
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adriana @ 4:54 pm
I remember writing you a few months ago but I did not get any answer from you. I have an infestation with black carpet beetle. My daughter, in fact. The bugs were there when she moved in the apartment but she only realized later on. The landlord called the pest control twice and they sprayed with permetryn on the carpet and with a friendly to people spray in the kitchen cabinets where the molted skins and larvae are more visible. But they reappear 2 months later. I would like to order traps with food lure or something with pheromones for larvae and for beetles but I am not able to find any in this stupid city we are living in. Do you deliver in Vancouver, Canada. My daughter and I are desperate, please help.
Tech Support @ 8:29 am
We remember that email actually and yes, we do ship to Canada, the link is above for “international customers”. Use this page to order: