According to Pest Control Delivered, an effective moth killer is a fumer or fogger that releases a pesticide smoke into a confined area. Foggers penetrate every area of a room to reach hiding places where moths or their larvae may be present.
Other effective methods for killing moths include killing units and strips that can offer protection for up to 6 months. The killing units include traps that contain the female pheromone that attracts male moths. The traps help break the breeding cycle. Moths are persistent pests, and a continual prevention plan encompasses vacuuming, shaking out of clothes that are stored for extended periods, and the use of moth repellents and moth traps.