Some of the insects that attack fabrics are:

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What you can do to avoid infestation:

Place "sticky traps" in numerous locations until insect paths are found: replace traps monthly. [WARNING] Use moth crystals in enclosed areas. Do not use when storing furs, feathers, leather, parafin, certain buttons, and Navajo rugs produced between 1800 and 1868. Crystals may affect the keratin of the wool from Churro sheep.

What C.O.F.F. Can Do:

C.O.F.F. offers dry cleaning, deep freezing or oxygen depletion services for items that are infested. Also, we have "SLA," a Pyrethrin product.

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