Cloth moths (Tineola bisselliella) together with fur moths are the most common pest moths in Europe. It is the clothing moth larvae that are the actual pests. They feed on animal products such as wool, fur, silk, feathers, hair and the like. They can also attack plastic and plant materials. Adults measure 6-8 mm in length. Golden-brown wings without markings. The trailing edge of the wings are strongly fringed. Larvae measure up to 10 mm in length. Creamy white with a brown head.