Able Catch – It’s how to get rid of moths.
We’re glad you decided to choose the Able Catch Pantry Pest Trap ( ACPPT ) to solve your indian meal moth infestation problem. You’ll find the moth trap to be straight forward and easily Use-“Able“
Moth Trap Packaging
The Able Catch Moth Trap has been designed to be a socially response-ABLE pantry pest control solution. The eco friendly goal is to Reduce, Re-use and Recycle. Part of that eco-responsibility begins with the Moth Trap Package, particularly that there is no package. No paper board box or printed plastic cellophane wrapper surround our pantry moth traps… Meaning there is no packaging to discard. Sustainable design of our non-packaging meets the eco goal of Reduce.
Trap Assembly Directions
Like wise, there are no separate assembly instructions, the instructions are printed on the inside of the trap, exactly where you need them, when you need them… And then the directions are hidden beneath the trapped moths. Embedded directions meets the Re-Use goal. Additionally, as you know by reading this post, directions for using the traps are fully explained here on the Able Catch Guide.
Glance Able – Food Moth Trap Directions
Looking at the trap, you will find the instructions have been distilled into 3 steps. It’s as easy as:
Within each step on the left are the Action keywords, and on the right side are details for each Action keyword. For example under 3. Trap there are two Action keywords, INSPECT and REPLACE to the right of REPLACE are the details of “every 3 months or when full”. The Action Keyword, is considered part of the directions so you in detail: “REPLACE every 3 months or when full”.
Odds are you will only ever need to use the Action Directions (on the right) once or twice, because they become self explanatory. Over time, you’ll find the directions to be Glance ABLE only needing to read the ACTIONS.
Beyond just ACTIONs being Glance-able, you’ll also find the Steps “Ready“, “Set” , “Trap” are essentially high level Glance-able.
Step by Step Actions
So with concepts down, let’s look at the Steps and Actions (every Step will also have a full blog post for it’s Actions and Directions )
Fold both traps in half on blue line labeled “ 2 – fold – 2 “Fold the traps along the middle, separating into individual moth traps
Fold along remaining two fold lines “1 – fold – 1” and “3 – fold -3“
Write the Month and Day on the outside of the trap
Optionally scan the QR code to set a trap change reminder
Slowly Remove the release film exposing the active trap surface (glue)
Open the lure, and drop onto the green and blue bullseye (don’t touch the lure)
Insert the tab end , through the slot
Locate the trap where moths have been seen
- HANG (optional)
Bend tab outer edge (tab wings) for Hook, Loop or Tuck placement
Check weekly, lure only attracts breeding adult male moths
Once the trap is full, replace it. Or at least every 3 months