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Thanks to CedarSafe®, the cedar closet that used to be a luxury is now considered highly practical. CedarSafe Flakeboard Closet Panels can provide you with the benefits that accompany a cedar closet – and all at an economical price. In fact, you can install our cedar panels yourself in a standard-size closet for about $150.

Our CedarSafe panels can provide you with:

  • Natural, aromatic protection from moths, roaches, silverfish and mildew
  • A safer alternative to mothballs with a forest fresh aroma
  • Added refinement with cedar's aromatic scent
  • Protection of your valuables
  • Ease of installation

You don't have to build an entire closet addition to have the luxury of a cedar closet. Every existing closet has the potential to become an effective cedar storage space by using a CedarSafe Natural ClosetLiner. You choose the look you want, measure your space, use our closet planner application to determine how many panels you need, and install it in a matter of hours. It's that easy. Our panels are available as individual 1/4" x 4'x8' panels or as a Project Pak of four (4) 1/4" x 16"x48" panels. Installation is a do-it-yourself project that requires a claw hammer, tri-square, saw, and either nails or adhesive.

You can find our products in the paneling or closet department of home improvement stores and lumberyards throughout the United States and Canada. Click on the following link to learn more about Where to Buy CedarSafe panels and planks.

*January 31, 2005 - The National Toxicology Program (NTP) of The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, in its Report on Carcinogens, Eleventh Edition, has listed naphthalene (primary ingredient in mothballs and moth crystals) as "reasonably anticipated to be a human carcinogen."