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Old 12-27-2011, 11:26 PM
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Default Re: Alternative to Mothballs ???

Cedar chips won't kill moth larva:

Does Cedar Actually Repel Moths?

Does Cedar Repel Clothes Moths?

Purchased materials should be OK. Store them in separate zip lock bags.

For harvested materials like feathers, I freeze then for about a week to kill the larva and adult bugs. Then take them out of the freezer for about 3 weeks to let any eggs hatch and refreeze for another week. Do a second cycle and you should have no live larva, bugs or eggs left. No nasty chemicals either.
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