The last thing that you want to see when you're about to get an item from your stash in the pantry are little bugs in your flour or bits and pieces of food items scattered in your storage space. These are damages that are possibly done by pantry pests.
It is best that you learn the common pests you'll find in your pantry and how you can deal with an infestation. Read the following articles to learn more:
Pantry Pests Identification
Pantry pests can sneak in from connected housing units or outside sources. These pests may be inside packaged food products and you’re bringing them inside your home without realizing it. Continue reading here.
Types of Pantry Pests
Pantry pests consume stored food products. These pests can become a nuisance at home. Here are the most common pantry pests. Get to know the other pantry pests here.
Life Cycles of Different Pantry Pests
Pantry pests are usually brought into your home through infested food packages. You may not notice an infestation easily because the pests are quite small, particularly in their larval and egg forms. Learn how familiarizing their life cycles help in detecting a possible infestation here.
Treatments for Pantry Pests
Pantry pests consume packaged goods. Small beetles, moths, and weevils are the most common pests found in the pantry. These critters may not be dangerous, but they are annoying. Learn more about the treatments here.