Our Cupboard Keepers now come in these attractive drawstring bags...so you can hang them in your wardrobe, on door handles or hooks!
Pink = Rose
Cream = Vanilla
Lavender = Lavender
Brown = Spice
There are many ways to use these scented blocks. Our intent when these were originally designed was to use the Cupboard Keepers as an alternative to moth balls, but our customers have come up with so many great ideas as well.
Some of the uses include scenting the traditional clothing drawers, wardrobes and linen cupboards as well as pantry cupboards citrus and spice are especially good here), toilets, bathrooms, laundry cupboards where it gets a bit damp, cars, even the office to help scent the space.
We had one lady write to me and say that she had placed a Cupboard Keeper in the bedside cabinet drawer in her mother’s room at a nursing home and now her mother has a much nicer, brighter smelling room, and her mother is addicted to opening her drawer to catch a breath of uplifting citrus scents.
Just hang the Cupboard Keeper bag in your wardrobe or hide it amongst your clothes or linen for as long as the scent lasts. To freshen the scent just take the scent block out of the bag, peel a little of the wax off with a potato peeler and put back in the drawstring bag. Repeat as needed!
How long with the Cupboard Keeper last?
This is like asking how long is a piece of string. It all really depends on how much of the scent evaporates from the cupboard keeper block. The time a scent lasts is a function of exposure to air, heat and the area that the scent is exposed to.
For example, if you keep your cupboard keeper in a small space such as a drawer then the scent would last many times longer than say in an open space such as a toilet.
Having said this, cupboard keepers kept in drawers are still happily scenting their clothing companions over 12 to 18 months after purchase.