I know there's been some discussion of moths and having them penetrate your precious thrift finds. Well, I wanted to share a budget preventative measure that I've implemented. I have a good number of my thrifted clothes in my basement and I think that moths like these moist, dark types of areas. I purchased these cedar balls on ebay, which I understand are a repellent. I have not spotted a moth down there (fingers xrossed). http://www.ebay.com/itm/100-Cedar-W...t=LH_DefaultDomain_0&var=&hash=item1c24bc9374 I wanted to buy a mesh type fabric and sew up these bags filled with the balls so I could put them in my closet. Well, the fabric store wanted too much for the fabric . So I went to the dollar store intent on buying a fabric mesh laundry bag and cut it up and make the bags. However, I found these “organza” bags. http://scentdeals.com/images/organzabags.jpg They came 5-6 to a pack for $1. I think chicks use them to put stuff in them for baby showers (?). They were perfect! So I put about 3 balls per bag and hung them on my cheap wire shirt hangers. I interspersed them amongst my hanging stuff. Will it work? Who knows. But I feel better since I did have some moths penetrate some of my clothes a long time ago in college.