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Cedar wood

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by Emma Elwin on 10 October, 2016

The best way to protect your clothes from horrible moth holes.

I got these little hearts made of cedar wood to protect my clothes from moth holes. These babies have a scent that the moth does not care for and so your fine knits are safe. To activate the cedar wood’s scent, sand them down a little bit every year!


6 Comments

Josefin: Tack för alla tips om klädvård! VI har tyvärr haft svårt med mal och vad jag förstått så tar ceder bäst på pälsängar? har du fler tips? dammsugit nätet. Så tråkigt när dom väl är framme!
October 14, 2016

Hanne De Clercq: Tack!
October 12, 2016

Emma: Grön interiör!
October 11, 2016

Hanne De Clercq: Jättefina! Var kommer de ifrån?
October 11, 2016

Victoria: Åhléns hemavdelning har en förpackning med runda cederträbitar för endast 29 kr!
October 10, 2016

Christina: Vad trevliga! Vet du var man kan få tag i sådana om man inte är så händig och fixar det själv?
October 10, 2016

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