These are all great, info, guys. Thanks a bunch!
I keep all of my wool sweaters in a cedar chest. No holes.
I'm almost positive we have a drawer in cedar, but I will double check.
Preferable dmake hand wash. Anyway if using a wash machine, use a delicate programme for wool.
Thanks, Lusogolf. I thought about laundry immediately about how to care, too. My wife does the laundry and at the time when I got the sweater in, I've been thinking of how I to tell her about it. (I think I'll print your post and if I get questioned, I'll just have to say, I don't know how it got there. :-)
Haven't had any problem with moths getting at my wool sweaters. After wearing them, I just make sure they are dry and neatly folded and keep them on a shelf in our walk-in closet. I do not keep them stuffed into my golf bag between rounds. When needed, they go to the dry cleaner, then back on the shelf.
Thanks pulplvr, I won't stuff it in the bag. . . promise.
I as well keep cedar blocks in my drawers, I lost the blue sweater in my avatar to a moth, never again!
Oh, man. . . that's so new . . . . sorry to hear!
I'm adding cedar blocks to all drawers!
I use clear plastic sweater boxes that seal tight. I can put four to five in each box and since the boxes are clear, I can easily see where they are in the box. You just have to make sure you fold the sweater nicely so there are no wrinkles.
Are these the same plastic box from the Hardware stores? Where do you find them, Don?