Clothes moths are major pests of fabric and other items made of natural fibers. Clothes moth larvae feed on wood, feathers, fur, hair, upholstered furniture, animal and fish meals, milk powders and most animal products, such as bristles, dried hair and leather. Larvae also infest or feed on lint, dust, paper and materials soiled with oil. They are small, yellowish or brownish less than 12mm long. Larvae spin a silken tube or case. Webbing clothes moths attach tubes to fabric. Tubes are often found in dark, protected areas such as seams or hems.