by Lee Wyatt
(last updated May 31, 2010)
For some strange reason, certain types of moths have an attraction to clothes, particularly woolen ones. Traditionally speaking, you can avoid many moth infestations by using cedar chips or moth balls. However, there are times when these types of remedies simply will not be a viable option for keeping clothes safe from moths. Whether it is because you are allergic to cedar, don't like the toxic nature of many moth balls, or for some other reason doesn't really matter. Use these alternative methods when the traditional ones won't cut it.
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