Looking for material to seal the lid of a cedar chest. (Like
weatherstripping). Did the google search and rec search to no avail. I know
I have seen a product for this specific purpose but can't seem to locate it.
Any help would be great.
Not sure what you're trying to seal in or out, but I have two cedar
chests that were built 15 years ago and the cedar scent hasn't
deminished much at all. Use them to store wool clothes and haven't
had a single moth problem. No seals at all.
There was a news story last year, I believe, about a couple kids who
suffocated in a wood chest - I don't think they were locked in, I think
the lack of air circulation caused them to pass out and die. Just
something to consider if kids could be around these chests now or in the
future - kids like to climb inside boxes and hide.
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