Chalk absorbs moisture, as many sources attest, so it’s a helpful aid to reduce dampness — and the resulting smell in your wardrobes. Just tie up a bundle with some sturdy string and hang it where it won’t brush up against your clothes. It will absorb moisture and the resulting smell.
Put Chalk In Your Wardrobe To Make It Smell Better
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