Carmel Newsreel II-241, November 1957

Adding Anti-Moth Material in Clothing Production

2 Minutes, 1957
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Directed by: Nathan Axelrod
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A little girl holds a small insect in her hand and shows it to a woman. Close-up photos of various insects on vegetation and flowers. In the wild, insects help to fertilize the plants, but inside the houses, they can cause damage. Close-up pictures of moths, moth eggs and larvae hatching from the eggs. Larvae destroy household wool products such as carpets and clothing. Scientists created a new chemical called Mitin that can protect wool fabrics from moths. A factory worker adds the Mitin to the woolen clothing during the dyeing process. A display of various woolen clothing and wool products that were Vaccinate against moths.


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