Have you seen moths swarming about your pantry? If so, you likely have a case of Indian meal moths. They lay their eggs in pantry products such as cereals, grains, dried fruit, dry pet foods, bird seed, pasta, flour, and chocolate. The larva will then eat your pantry products. For this reason, they are also known as pantry moths.
Rather than food damage, perhaps you’ve noticed holes in your clothing? In that case, you likely have clothes moths. These insects tend to prefer dark, undisturbed areas of the house where you keep any cotton, linen, silk, wool fabrics or furs. If left untreated, they will continue to destroy your belongings.