How Do You Get Rid of Pantry Moths?
First, throw away any infested dry goods straight out to the curb. Next, inspect every bag and box in your cupboard for tiny holes; anything that looks like it may have been chewed into must be thrown away. Put the rest in the freezer for four days to kill any eggs or larvae.
Next, you’ll need to do a deep cleaning of your shelves. Pull up any shelf paper and replace it. Wash everything down with soap and hot water or a vinegar solution. Vacuum thoroughly, to pick up any eggs. Finally, store your dry goods in glass, metal, or hard plastic containers with tight lids.
Since these insects live in and around your food, you can’t use insecticide. If the infestation persists, you may need to call in a professional exterminator who knows the right products to use.