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☛ May is the beginning of moth season. Spring is when clothes moths start to emerge and start looking for somewhere to mate and lay eggs. CLOTH MOTH NATURAL ALTERNATIVES: http://www.stepintomygreenworld.com/healthyliving/around-the-home/moth-repellents/ ✒ Share | Like | Re-pin | Comment

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

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from Apartment Therapy

How To Make a Moth-Repellent Sachet — Apartment Therapy Tutorials

How To Make a Moth-Repellent Sachet — Apartment Therapy Tutorials | Apartment Therapy

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from Southern Savers

Quick Tip: Make Your Own Natural Moth Repellent

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

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How to Make Natural Moth Repellent

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.

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Natural Moth Repellent: Lavender Vanilla Sachet

Natural Moth Repellent | Lavender Vanilla Sachet | healthylivinghowto.com #guestpost #nontoxic #diy

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I love spring and summer...but not the bugs so much! This natural insect repellent is wonderful!! It smells so much better than commercial repellents and is synthetic free! Remember, this is exactly what these oils do in nature for the plants they are derived from....ward off predators! dōTERRA offers Terrashield in a spray, but I find I need a little extra protection from those pesky bugs! In a 2 oz glass spray bottle combine; 10 drops Lavender (naturally repels moths, fleas, flies &

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from onecreativemommy.com

Gardening for Dummies: Companion Planting {Free Printable

Companion planting chart and plants that repell pests in garden. {Free Printable from OneCreativeMommy.com}

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from Apartment Therapy

How To Get Rid of Moths (and Prevent Them, too)

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!

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