Cloth moths

We had clothing moths – identified by pheromone traps. We have heat-treated textiles that can be heated and put in vacuum-sealed bags, and we are slowly working through freezing items that can’t be heat-treated. There are items where it’s not suitable for either. We have put them in vacuum-sealed bags. I believe that within a couple of weeks, it would suffocate any moths or larvae. My QUESTION is… will suffocation kill eggs? Toronto

Clothes moth eggs usually hatch in 3 to 10 days, so if the materials are kept vacuum sealed for at least three weeks, that should suffice. If the bags are transparent, you should be able to determine whether any living larvae are present. This article has some good control advice: