You can’t put cedar panels and planks everywhere, but with small cedar products, you can still protect your clothes and linens while they’re in storage boxes, drawers or wardrobes. There’s not much point in protecting your in season clothes with cedar if you’re going to place out of season items in a box in the attic where bugs and critters can gnaw holes in your clothes and the musky smell of mold and mildew can seep in. Before storing clothes, be sure to wash and dry them well at home or have them professionally laundered. (more…)
We are always grateful for our customers – without you, there would be no CedarSafe! Whether you’re a remodeler, decorator, designer or DIY’er, we truly appreciate your business and look forward to serving you for years to come.
We’re thankful for our employees, who work hard every day to ensure we’re providing the best product available.
We’re thankful for being able to provide a “green” product that not only works well, but is helping to preserve our environment. We’re grateful that we can be just a small part of the solution. (more…)
“GREEN, GREEN, GREEN!” It’s everywhere you look these days. Go green. Be environmental. Love the planet. It’s all well and good, but you’re just trying to get through the workday and get your jobs done. Whether you’re a remodeler, an interior designer or a decorator, the benefits of going green for your clients (and your business) are increasing. We know – you don’t have time to think about what’s for lunch, much less how to “go green” in your daily jobs.
But you need to. And here’s why: (more…)
Even if you can’t line an entire closet with cedar planks or panels, there are easy ways to use cedar to protect your keepsakes. Many of us have treasured family keepsakes from weddings or christenings made of delicate fibers such as angora, lace or silk. It can be difficult to find room in your house to store these items, especially when closets never seem to be big enough to hold everything we need. And since Mawmaws generally have many different people to leave her old cedar chest to, it’s not likely that ALL of us were lucky enough to inherit it. So how to “make do?” (more…)