Moths will eat any and all untreated and yummy wool fibres.
Moth balls are the simple answer. Moths like to eat wool so if you have any wool sweaters or blankets, I suggest that you buy some moth balls. You can find them at a drug store (probably)Hope Than helps! :)
They lie to hide in the folds and eat wool, silk, carpet, natural fibers, mostly any type of fabric.
Merino wool and lambs wool can be from sheep of the merino breed. Lambs wool can be from any other breed of wool type sheep.
More wool comes from Texas than any other state in the country
wool is warmer than any other fabric.
they eat insects and mosquitoes they also eat moths, mealworms, waxworms, crickets and any other moths, or worms
Skein is a non-standard length of spun fibre, which can be wool or any other fibre.
Use one of those space bags where you suck all the air out... they work great at storing clothes and things and keeps any bugs out.
First a note: it is actually the larvae of moths that eat your sweaters, not the adults. Most experts seem to say that moth larvae only eat "natural "fibers, ie. wool, cashmere, silk, angora, etc. If your rayon or other synthetic is blended with wool, as many are, the larvae will eat the wool part of the blend, which still results in clothes-ruining holes. My personal experience (selling & collecting vintage clothes) is that moth larvae do seem to like blended rayon quite a bit. I've never known them to attack any other synthetic, though.
Textiles are woven materials. They can include material made from any number of plant and animal materials, such as cotton, wool, camelhair, hemp, and flax (linen).
To make a wristband you can use any plattable materials like cotton or wool simply plat or braid or any other pattern chois of your a lenght of wool tie it around your fiends/your wrist and snip off the ends this is know your own personalized colourfull wristband glad to help Jordan
Yarn made of pure wool is 100% animal fibre and not blended with any other fibre.
Sloths help the moths.
No, moths do not harm humans in any way.
Wool, cotton, leather, linen, silk and were combination made with any of those materials.
Eating any materials and there attracted to light.. [ i hate moths there was this giant one in my kitchen i was bigger than a butterfly eek]!!!
Leaving cashmere in a drawer for a year can lead to moths just like wool left for that time will lead to moths. What I would suggest is moth balls or using a space saver bag and sucking all the air out to protect your garment. Cashmere is very delicate and expensive and any damage to it would be tragic. Make sure you have the scarf in a air tight container before putting it in your drawer for that long.
Clothing could be made of a wide variety of materials, such as silk, cotton, linen or wool. Any easily available natural materials would be used.
Moths do not eat any insects! they eat silk only!
Moths eat grass and leaves or any plant.
no there are not any killer moths all moths arent harmful