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The first thing I would try is Moth Balls. They are cheap and effective against alot of insects. *Be careful with the mothballs the fumes are hazardous/toxic. Read the label. Don't just throw them in your attic/crawlspace. Place them in a few buckets/small cardcoard boxes or something for easy removal once they have done their job.

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