What is the best way to rid a pantry of moths?
Food moths can be pretty tough to get rid of once they’ve moved into your home. You’ll need to dump all pantry staples containing grains and nuts — including pasta, popcorn, crackers, flour, raisins, nuts, and breakfast cereals — since the moths may have already laid eggs in them. Buy new staples and put them directly in the freezer for two days, which will kill all stages of any new moths that may be in them. Then store the foods in glass jars. Any of the remaining moths will head for the hills when they discover nothing to eat in your pantry.