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Old 06-14-2011, 06:32 AM
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Default Re: How do you store your tying materials to keep away pests?

I've been very fortunate because in over 40 years of collecting feathers and fur I've never had any kind if infestation. When I lived in PA. GA. VA. and CO. I always put just one moth ball into each drawer full of stuff. The aroma didn't seem overpowering and this has probably contributed to my bug free existence. I would probably go with the new and improved moth cake if I had a high level of concern.

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