Dust mites and your Persian carpet
Moths love many Persian and Oriental rugs. This is because these rugs are often made from wool and vegetable dye. All materials are natural. Plus, they like dark, warm areas, an environment provided by the underside of these rugs. Their larvae also love to eat wool.
Prevent infestation by moths
LThe way to keep moths away is simple: keep your carpet clean. The best way to do this is to vacuum the carpet often, at least every two to three weeks, without extending the beater brush.
And you should get it professionally cleaned at least once every two to three years. Pay special attention to parts of the mat that are in darker areas where, as mentioned, moths prefer to nest and breed.
It's also worth noting that mothballs really don't do much to deter moths from attacking your carpet. The allure of wool and dye is just too strong..
The two types of moths that are drawn to a Persian / Oriental rug are the moth and the moth. As for the moths, they are not big and they have wings. When they find a Persian or Oriental rug that they like, they will begin to build a nest on it.
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Since they like dark areas, you're more likely to find them in sections of the carpet where the light is blocked, such as behind furniture. You'll likely find them in an area under the sofa that is rarely vacuumed, for example. They are also fond of certain types of dyes, so you may find them concentrated on a certain color area of the carpet.
After making a nest, butterflies lay their eggs. You probably won't see them because the eggs mimic the color of the carpet. The eggs then hatch into larvae, which are about half an inch long, and the larvae begin to eat the fibers.