Hey guys, I never thought this would happen to me because I'm usually meticulous with my clothes and my cleanliness is said to be next to godliness. However, one of my drawers seem to be problematic and my cashmere sweaters have been eaten. This is the first time I've had this problem. I'm quite surprised because these sweaters were new and stored for wear this winter; I've heard moth larvae are attracted to the "nutrients" that's stuck to worn clothing. In any case, I've done some searches but found them unsatisfactory. I've kept these sweaters with small cedar balls, but I was skeptical when I got them because they didn't smell much. Could you recommend some higher quality, specific moth-control products for me, that you know are effective based on experience? I really want to avoid those foul-smelling moth balls/products, unless they're the only solution. My main closet is air conditioned and I store my cedar shoe-trees there, and perhaps as a result, nothing in there have been damaged- However, I definitely want to reinforce my protection in every way possible. Also, what should I do with potentially-affected clothing and furniture? Is there a way to kill any larvae that may still be hiding in my drawer? Are they even visible? Thanks.