Cedar Drawer Liners
good sized planks
These are nice cedar planks with a ridged top face to allow more surface exposure. I use them in drawers where we stool timeshare from wool.
August 3, 2014
Great Cedar for great smelling closets
Great Cedar, highly recommend for keeping closets fresh!
April 23, 2014
Best Ever Cedar Liners
Love these cedar drawer liners, an instant cedar chest. These help to protect my wools and cashmere sweaters and the scent is wonderful. I love to open my drawers to smell the fresh cedar scent.
April 20, 2013
Good insert for sweater boxes
These fit pretty well in Container Store sweater boxes. They're perfectly sized so you can fit three per box. I can rest easy knowing my wool sweaters won't get eaten by moths over the summer, and my linen pants will be fresh when I take them out at the end of the winter.
March 12, 2013
Cedar Drawer Liners
Great...love them! Perfectly fits into drawers. These are perfect to keep clothing fresh especially here in Florida with all the dampness and bugs!
February 28, 2013
Wish I had had these sooner
I have had a bit if a moth problem this year. Wish I had my mom's cedar chest! These drawer liners, cedar balls anb cedar blocks are the next best thing. Neat that they refresh with a light sanding. Can use in storage boxes, pockets (balls), drawers, and closets. Really happy with this purchase.
February 8, 2013
I love the Cedar Drawer Liners. We recently had an influx of moths in our area and I needed something to protect my wool items. I placed the drawer liners in drawers, on shelves in a small closet, and in canvas hanging bags in the bottom of the bags. The cedar scent in very aromatic and the months stayed away. The groove in the side of each liners keeps them in place in the drawers so they did not slide around.
May 6, 2012
I have a set in each garment hang bag (also purchased here). Works wonderfully!
March 24, 2012
My Wool Sweaters Never Smelled So Nice!
I bought these with one of the Clear Sweater Boxes. One set lined the bottom and sides perfectly! I can still see through the top and front of the box but I don't have to worry about any more moth holes. Great Product!
March 21, 2012
the cedar drawer liners freshen your closet and protects your fine clothing.
i have lined each shelve with them and love it.
if the cedar smell fades, just sand it a little and the smell returns!
March 11, 2012
Great for Garment Bag
Great addition to the bottom of the garment bag I purchased at the same time. Have been having moth issues and needed to protect my suits. With the garment bag and these cedar planks I should be well protected now.
August 11, 2011
These are great for lining hope chest, the bottom of hanging clothing bags or the bottoms of storage chest. They keep out of season clothes, blankets etc. fresh and bug free.
February 14, 2011
Great drawer liners!
It is like having a cedar closet without the expense of building one! Love them!
September 1, 2010
what can be easier, put them in the bottom of hanging closet bags and an instant cedar closet, helps, neutralize odors
May 17, 2010
I like to lightly sand every 4-6 months or so, I don't find that they last a whole year, but other than that they're perfect - keeps stored linens fresh and bugs away, and they smell wonderful.
March 7, 2010
These are great!
I love how they lock together. I bought them for inside the bottom of a closet garment bag for my husband's suits. They not only give their lovely scent and moth repellent to the bag, but they also stiffen the bottom of the bag so it hangs better. Thanks for the suggestion when I bought the garment bag!
March 4, 2010
Cedar Saves the Day
These boards are great and do the job. As a sweater designer and textile collector, protecting against moths is a significant need. This is an easy way to protect a large drawer or box. They can be lightly sanded occasionally to bring out the cedar, so will last for years and are well worth the expense. Sachets don't work for large boxes of wool, moth balls leave an awful lingering smell. This is an elegant and unobtrusive solution to a problem.
March 3, 2010