White cotton nest on Aloe Vera


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Bahrain
Healthy Aloe Vera growing very well indoors with enough space in pot and sunlight and water.
Over past 3 days I noticed white cotton nest like growth with small light brown/white cocoons type things at the bases of all the 4 plants I have (it's spreading!)

Most tips/advice online say to dilute rubbing alcohol and rub on plants. Seems like Miller Beetle from what I can tell so far.
Want to seek help here and see if rubbing alcohol is the right thing to do? Or if there is a more organic method to kill off these pests! A second opinion would be much appreciated.

I'm in USDA hardiness zone 10b but these dudes live indoors

#beginnergardener :)
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