Cedar Drawer Liners
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
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
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
what can be easier, put them in the bottom of hanging closet bags and an instant cedar closet, helps, neutralize odors
May 17, 2010