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So on top of our clothes and home being eaten away, we couldn’t even sleep.’Now Marisa is fighting back as best she can.
It’s vital to vacuum regularly under beds, carpets and behind radiators too, to prevent moths settling in.’ ‘Moths breed in dark, undisturbed places and a quick run-round with the hoover won’t shift eggs from those places, or wool carpets that are under furniture,’ explains pest expert Ian Miller.‘You need to vacuum every nook and cranny, including inside wardrobes, and then follow it up with insecticide.’Up in Edinburgh, Caroline Mc Intosh has now invested in lavender sachets and cedar balls, and says: ‘I wash clothes at a high temperature where possible.It got worse when she inspected the wardrobes in her own bedroom. ‘I replaced all the carpets, at a cost of £700 in each room.Lizzie’s clothes — including two £450 Alexander Mc Queen designer dresses — were riddled with holes, too. I put down lavender sachets which the moths are meant to hate, and even stored our clothes away in sealed bags.