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14942795 No.14942795 [Reply] [Original]

What's the best way to store clothes long term? I have everything from cotton/wool/silk to furs and leathers. I have a ton of shit I've collected over time that I want to put in a separate closet purely for long term storage and if I feel like it I can always take a piece out. Right now everything is hung on suit hangers in my main closet, would simple dry cleaners bags with open bottoms work? I just want to keep dust off without damaging the clothes over time. I have various garment bags from previous purchases and could get more but I don't know if having certain clothes sitting zipped up would negatively impact them.

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>> No.14942802

>>14942795
I put my clothes in salt.

>> No.14942804

>>14942795
use those vaccum storage bags

>> No.14942805

>>14942795
coom on them

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>>14942795
Moths and sunlight are your enemies. So with the closet your clothes are safe from sun bleaching, you'll want a bunch of pic related for moths.
>moth balls work too but smell awful.

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