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How-To: Getting Rid Of Closet Moths

Believe it or not, there are non-toxic ways to protect your wardrobe from these little critters

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It's safe to say that no one likes dealing with closet moths—they lurk in the dark corners of our dressers and eat away at clothing pieces made of wool, cotton and silk and sometimes they damage bedding, too. While resorting to chemical-based moth balls can help, prevention is key if you want to get rid of these household pests forever. Here are a few ideas you can try: 

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