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Acana system of care promises protect against moths

Published: 8 February 2019
 

Acana has worked to established itself as a leader in moth products and the only brand that offers complete system of care, the company says. One product doesn’t solve everything when it comes to moth pest control, hence why the ordered use of the Acana system of care is designed to provide effective and ongoing protection from the damaging and costly effects of a moth infestation.

The system includes monitor traps for carpet and clothes moths, as well as several treatments to kill moths and protect against further infestations.

Available to order now from wholesaler Wilsons of Colchester.

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