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Natural Moth Repellent: Lavender Vanilla Sachet

Avoid the harmful effects of moth balls and instead make your own natural moth repellent with this simple recipe for lavender vanilla sachets.

How To Get Rid of Moths With Natural Repellents (such a great gift idea... plus these would just make your clothes smell good)

This guide is about making scented sachets. Adding fragrance to linens and clothing can be accomplished with dried flower sachets.

Homemade Moth Repellent  - a natural and frugal alternative to moth balls. Perfect for keeping your winter clothes safe while in storage.

Natural Alternatives to Moth Balls - DIY Moth Repellants with essential oils and herbs

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19 Home Remedies And Moth Repellents To Get Rid Of Moths | This Guide Shares Insights On The Following; Moth Repellent Sachets, Cedarwood Essential Oil For Moths, Essential Oils For Pantry Moths, Homemade Moth Repellent, Moth Repellent Spray, Natural Moth

19 Home Remedies And Moth Repellents To Get Rid Of Moths

19 Home Remedies And Moth Repellents To Get Rid Of Moths | This Guide Shares Insights On The Following; Moth Repellent Sachets, Cedarwood Essential Oil For Moths, Essential Oils For Pantry Moths, Homemade Moth Repellent, Moth Repellent Spray, Natural Moth

Did you know you can make your own natural moth repellents using rosemary and other ingredients?

Quick Tip: Make Your Own Natural Moth Repellent

How To Prevent & Get Rid Of Fabric-Eating Moths.  Moth balls are toxic, so try these natural steps.  // You can purchase moth repellent sachets, but it's also easy to make your own. Fill fabric pouches, tea bags, wiffle balls, or just a bowl with moth-repelling herbs or essential oils like lavender, rosemary, mint, thyme, cloves, peppercorns, lemon, eucalyptus, and ginseng. Refresh every few months, and enjoy the bonus of a nice smelling closet!

How To Get Rid of (and Prevent!) Fabric-Eating Moths

How To Prevent & Get Rid Of Fabric-Eating Moths. Moth balls are toxic, so…

Packing away seasonal clothing? How to Make Natural Moth Repellent - Make your own substitute for moth balls with these directions for a natural, chemical-free, DIY moth repellent sachets.

Packing away seasonal clothing? How to Make Natural Moth Repellent - Make your own substitute for moth balls with these directions for a natural, chemical-free, DIY moth repellent sachets.

DIY Sachet Recipes to get rid of moths with natural repellents. Use combinations of ingredients such as lavender, clove, mint, cinnamon, etc.

List of natural moth repellants. I especially like this sachet idea: 1 part whole cloves, 1 part whole peppercorns, 2 – 4 cinnamon sticks broken in pieces. Would it be too ironic to knit a wool sachet for all this stuff?

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How To Make a Moth-Repellent Sachet

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Herbal sachets for keeping moths from your clothes OR you can use them to keep your clothes smelling fresh by putting lavender, rose, or orange in them.  Anything you want there are tons of herbal concoctions out there.

Moth Repellent Sachets

Moth Repellant Sachets When herbs are dried and combined with cedar shavings and some cinnamon sticks or whole cloves, the result is a moth-repellent mixture that's a much nicer alternative to store-bought mothballs.

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Protect those woolen treasures from moths with these easy & natural herbal moth repellent sachets.

Herbal Moth Repellent Sachets

Use these herbal moth repellent sachets to naturally protect woolen clothing items from pests while in storage during the warmer months of the year.

How to get rid of moths:  Fill sachets with dried lavender, or dip cotton balls in lavender oil. Then, place in closets, drawers and any other places where clothes are stored.

Home Remedies That Get Rid of Clothing Moths

Moths in Clothing - Dried LAVENDER. Fill sachets with dried lavender, or dip cotton balls in lavender oil. Then, place in closets, drawers and any other places where clothes are stored.

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