How Sachets Help to Transition Your Closet from Winter to Summer

As the seasons change, your wardrobe also changes. Transitioning your closet from winter to summer can be a time consuming task, but sachets can help with the process and bring freshness to a new season.

Sachets are small scented bags of dried herbs and flowers that can freshen up your clothes and protect them from moths and pests.

Here's how you can use sachets to seamlessly transition your closet.

1. Store Winter Clothes

Before you start bringing out your summer clothes, make sure to properly store your winter clothes. Wash and dry clean clothes, then pack them away in airtight containers or vacuum-sealed bags to protect them from dust, moisture, and pests.

2. Rotate Your Wardrobe

As you transition from winter to summer, rotate your wardrobe by bringing out your summer clothes and storing away your winter items.  Use a cedar type of sachet in your storage containers to keep clothes fresh for the next season and to repel moths and other insects.


3. Freshen Up Your Closet and Drawers

Place sachets in your closet and drawers to keep clothes smelling fresh and clean for the summer season. Sachets come in a variety of scents. Lavender and cedar are traditional scents with mint or rose offer a fresh and summery scent to your closet. 

4. Protect Your Clothes

Sachets not only keep your clothes smelling nice but also protect them from musty odors and mildew. The natural fragrances and essential oils in sachets can absorb excess moisture in the air, preventing mold and mildew from forming on your clothes.

5. Use Sachets in Luggage

Don't forget to pack sachets in your luggage during summer traveling. Sachets will keep your clothes smelling fresh and protect them from musty odors that may linger in hotel closets or suitcases.

Can't decide which sachet scent is the best fit for your needs? Our sachet sampler offers a variety of traditional and unique sachet scents to sample and use in your closets, drawers and home. 

Say goodbye to musty odors and pests, and hello to a well-organized and fragrant closet with the use of sachets!

Main photo by Point3D Commercial Imaging Ltd. on Unsplash

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