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I can't vouch for the effectiveness of this, but here's a link: http://www.wikihow.com/Get-Rid-of-Moth-Worms When I've had flea infestations in the past, I've bombed the house, putting a spray can in each room and starting them spraying as I leave. Unfortunately, you have to stay out of the house for a couple of days, and the bomb systems I've looked at ...


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As a tenant I believe you've already done too much as this should be the land lords problem to rectify and not yours. Notify the landlord verbally and in writing about the on going issue of the infestation in your apartment. Contact your local city / town / government about your landlords responsibilities and your rights as a tenant in this type of a ...


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Yes, the tile joints do let water pass. The grout is porous, and additionally does not seal tight with the tiles as it ages (causing it to actually pull some water in via capillary action). Many tile materials are not waterproof either. Bathroom tiling is only "waterproof" in the sense that it is a finish material that will not be damaged by water. It does ...


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Chest freezers are fairly resistant frosting, because the cold air stays settled inside the freezer when the door is opened. I live in an area with high humidity for 2-3 months a year (not quite as high as yours, but close), and went 5 years without needing to defrost my chest freezer. But that was with relatively light usage (probably around 3-5 ...


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I can offer my suggestion for storing clothes and fabrics, but not books. When my wife and I had to store a TON of clothes, towels, sheets, jackets, sleeping bags, pillows...you get the idea....we used vacuum storage bags. Everything sat in a storage facility for over 2 years, the facility was unheated in the winter and zero air con in the summer. Being ...


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You should be just fine storing these in airtight containers, but ONLY if you are absolutely sure they're airtight. Airtight ideally means that there's no transfer of air between contents and the outside. If your plastic boxes are truly airtight, there's no air transfer happening, in either direction. Inside humidity at the point in time that you sealed a ...



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