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Whitmire PT 4 Allure Pantry Pest Trap

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Whitmire PT 4 Allure Pantry Pest Traps provide an excellent means to trap moths as well as stored product pests through the use of a pheromone attractant and a diamond shaped glue trap. They are used to control indian meal mothes, grain moths, and other flying pantry pests.

Target Pests

Whitmire PT 4 Allure pantry pest traps attract and trap Indian Meal Moths Plodia Interpunctella Pantry Pests Almond Moths Mediterranean Flour Moths Raisin Moths and Tobacco Moths.

For Use In

Whitmire PT 4 Allure moth traps can be used in the pantry grain storage barns bathrooms kitchens bedrooms food service areas restaurants dining areas food prep areas cabinets closets and offices.


Whitmire PT 4 Allure traps must be hung in areas of moth or other flying pantry pest infestation. It is important that placement be in low traffic areas where the trap will sit undisturbed.

The pheromone attractant tab should be placed inside the trap with the black dot facing up for best results.

One PT 4 Allure trap should be placed every 30 square feet in infested areas.

After capturing all adults remove contaminated food and lay down a residual spray to kill larva and eggs.

Coverage Area

3,000 cubic feet for up to 16 weeks

Time to Kill

4 Allure contains pests instantly on contact

Mix Rate

Check label for full application and installation recommendations for the PT 4 Allure Moth Traps.

Active Ingredient

Phermone Attractant


PT 4 Allure Moth Traps may be used to trap current moth infestations or to monitor or locate moth infestations.

To trap: Use no more than 1-2 traps per room; 3,000 cubic feet

To monitor: Use one trap per 30,000 square feet, evenly space traps in a grid system. Hang in appropriate locations and record the results.

To find infestations: Use traps to areas where moths have been captured and increase the trap density to one trap per 9,000 cubic feet and closely inspect.

How To

1. Grasp top (A) and bottom (B) of trap and
pull apart.
2. Then fold perforated ends (C) inward to
hold the trap in three dimensional shape
as shown. (See illustration.)
3. Peel off paper covering adhesive on back
of pheromone packet. Avoid touching
packet membrane surface with fingers.
Place the pheromone packet inside the
top of the trap (D).
4. Using hole on top of trap (E), hang in
appropriate locations with wire or string.

Whitmire PT 4 Allure Pantry Pest Trap

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Customer Reviews

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Easy to use and doesn't bother my son with severe allergies or our cat. Fast shipping great price.
October 30, 2015
Exellence In Service
As a professional in the Structural Pest Control Industry, I can say your prices are competitive and the service has been excellent. It is a pleasure doing business with you.
August 26, 2015
Excellent for control
I always keep these in each room. Initially it takes a few weeks before moths are attracted; however, you start to see them build. During the winter I don't seem to have a problem but renew each quarter and they keep everything under control. Wouldn't be without them.
July 21, 2015
Amazing service and great product!
Pretty much received the item a day or two day after I ordered it. Amazing! Didn't have that heavy of an infestation but product seemed to work well!
October 6, 2014
We had indian meal moths in our bakery store room. We put up a bunch of these and it got rid of the ones flying around. They recommended spraying to kill the larva as well but we havent tried that yet.
March 24, 2014
These moth traps do the job. I have caught hundreds of them in the last few months. I love these things!
July 16, 2013
These traps really work. I have caught hundreds of moths in the last few months. Great product.
July 16, 2013
Moths Love These Traps
These traps do work. They are catching moths like crazy. The real challenge is finding the source and eliminating it. I haven't figured that out as yet.
June 18, 2011
Really Works
I had a problem in my apartment with pantry moths and hung two of these in my living room - after about a month a caught about 40 of them!!!!! This really works and I really recommend it.
August 4, 2010

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