Re: Rebuilding the FAQ - what would you add?
**I re-posted this after deciding I posted this in a bad place**
**Delete or not as you see fit, and Sorry**
I have been searching diligently, and cannot seem to find this info anywhere:
How do you store your wool clothing between events?
My mother pointed out to me that being all wool, moths will love to eat holes and such into it. To prevent this, she has used mothballs and these big garbage bags with scented bags in them.
However, I think arriving at an authentic event smelling like a mothball would be frowned upon. Same with smelling like a glade air freshner. So what do you-all do?
My first inclination is to fold and place the wool items in a plastic garbage bag with a couple hunks of cedar to discourage the moths, because cedar is not as potent or modern smelling as mothballs and sachet packs.
So what do you all do with your woollens between events?
Last edited by Abrams; 03-05-2008 at 12:10 PM.
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