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How to protect your clothes from moths?

(People's Daily Online)

10:10, August 01, 2012

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Edited and translated by Du Mingming, People's Daily Online

Most people have a habit of putting camphor balls in clothes to prevent moths. However, this way of storage will not only get a stimulating smell on the clothes, but also do harm to human health. If we use perfumed soap instead, the same effect will be achieved with a fragrant smell.


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