Enoz Old Fashioned Moth Balls

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Enoz Old Fashioned Moth Balls
Sale : $5.52Sold & shipped by Walmart
Enoz Old Fashioned Moth Balls protect clothing and other materials by killing clothes moths and carpet beetles, and their eggs and larvae when used in air-tight containers and storage closets. Each 24 oz box can treat up to 75 cubic feet of storage space.
Enoz Old Fashioned Moth Balls:Contains three 8 oz convenient, single use packetsAllows air to flow through packet so active ingredients can sublimateSized right for consumer useChild deterrent film meets EPA requirements to prevent access to children of loose moth balls

Scruffydog1

UPC : 070922051121 - Enoz Old Fashioned Moth Balls - PickPanda.com

This was a good deal. The price is excellent and the moth balls good quality. Everywhere else I have looked, the price was much higher for the amount you get. I bought several packages.

Guido

Does the job. . .

GREAT quantity, packaged In sections, effective and GREAT price.

NICK

THE BEST MOTH BALLS EVER I LOVE THEM

I LOVE THESE MOTH BALLS THEY ARE THE BEST ONES EVER I HAVE THEM IN MY GARAGE MONITER COVER TO KEEP THE BUGS OUT THEY DONT LIKE THE SMELL I USE THEM SPRING SUMMER FALL MARCH JUNE OCTOBER THEY LAST THREE MOUTHS I PUT THEM IN MY GARAGE MONITER TO KEEP THE BUGS OUT THEY DONT LIKE THE SMELL YOU HAVE TO USE VINYL GLOVES THE SMELL WILL GET ON YOUR HANDS I HAVE 6 GARAGE MONTIERS COVERSI PUT SEVEN MOTH BALLS IN EACH COVER IT WORKS THE MOTH BALLS SMELL BAD KEEPS BUGS OUT YOU DONT NEED THEM IN WINTER IN WINTER I TAKE THEM OUT THROW THEM ON MY DRIVEWAY I DONT NEED THEM IN WINTER THESE ARE THE BEST ONES EVER I WILL ALWAYS BUY THEM I HAVE 4 BOXES IN MY GARAGE I RECOMMEND THIS TO ANYONE WHO WANTS TO BUY THEM PUT THEM IN YOUR GARAGE MONITER THEY ARE THE BEST ONES EVER NICK S

Nana

great for rats

We use these in our barn, they keep the Field rats away!

1234

Not only for clothing

Moth balls deter small animals and some insects from living/hibernating in my shed so I replace them as needed. This was suggested by a co-worker many years ago and since then there have been no small animals and very few insects.