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How Mothballs Keep Pests Away.?

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Mothballs only work in air-tight containers. Over time, they release vapors of naphthalene or paradichlorobenzene that become concentrated in the containers and sufficient to kill any moths present. If the containers aren't fully sealed, they will
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