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CedarSafe Aromatic Cedar Natural Closet Liner Planks
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CedarSafe

Aromatic Cedar Natural Closet Liner Planks

  • Update your Home's Interior with 100% Solid Aromatic Cedar Planks
  • Naturally Repels Moths, Cockroaches, Silverfish, and Mildew
  • Tongue and Groove Design Enables Easy Installation
$29.98 /each

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Update your closet, bedroom, basement, pantry and more with natural-looking, aromatic cedar planking. CedarSafe Natural Closet Liners provide a forest fresh aroma and moth protection in a form that is safe, natural, inexpensive and easy to install. The planks help you prolong the life of your garments and other valuable personal items, as they protect them from pests and mildew.

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  • Beautiful red cedar for a unique look
  • No finishing required
  • 15 sq. ft. of planking for a variety of spaces
  • Easy-to-follow installation that can be completed in 1 weekend
  • Each box covers 15 sq. ft.
  • Each plank: 3-3/4 in. x 1/4 in. x random lengths
  • Each plank: Tongue and grooved sides, end-matched ends, smooth face
  • Install over wallboard or plaster walls with paneling nails
  • Install Giles & Kendall's cedar moldings for a professional finish

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is this tongue and groove?

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Yes, it is tonged and grove
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October 8, 2016
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Yes these planks are tongue and grooved on both long edges and ends. If you have a pneumatic nailer you can blind nail them through the tongues into the wall for an unblemished look.
These planks are thin and so are the tongues and grooves so treat them carefully. I found a few broken tongues and grooves in the boxes I installed, but could generally make use of these pieces where shorter pieces were
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Yes these planks are tongue and grooved on both long edges and ends. If you have a pneumatic nailer you can blind nail them through the tongues into the wall for an unblemished look.
These planks are thin and so are the tongues and grooves so treat them carefully. I found a few broken tongues and grooves in the boxes I installed, but could generally make use of these pieces where shorter pieces were needed.
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Yes, it is.
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Tongue and groove is a term used to describe the way the material is cut. One end has a protruding end and the opposite side is notched to receive the corresponding end of another piece One interlocks with the other
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Can this be attached to the ceiling?

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I used a nail gun for the walls, so I guess you could do the same for the ceiling.
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Definitely. It's tongue and groove that can applied a great many situations. You'd probably want to ensure that you can drive small nails into the ceiling, though, which might be difficult if it's sheetrock. But that's not a problem specific to material.
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Yes these cedar planks can be attached to a ceiling.
In fact, in a good cedar closet the ceiling as well as the walls and door should be cedar covered for maximum effectiveness.
During installation make sure that you are orienting the planks perpendicular to the ceiling joists for best mounting results. Based on my experience it is probably easiest to mount planks to the ceiling first and then cover Read More
Yes these cedar planks can be attached to a ceiling.
In fact, in a good cedar closet the ceiling as well as the walls and door should be cedar covered for maximum effectiveness.
During installation make sure that you are orienting the planks perpendicular to the ceiling joists for best mounting results. Based on my experience it is probably easiest to mount planks to the ceiling first and then cover the walls.
Small moldings or cedar strips can/should be used to close the joints where ceiling and walls meet and where walls meet. This helps create a nice finished look and seals up any possible gaps. Read Less
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Will the cedar safe aromatic planks be good for a walk-in closet?

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There is no reason these planks couldn't be used in a walk in closet, but they might not be very effective moth repellent in a closet that is frequently accessed.
The basic concept of a cedar closet is to create a very tight closet with few if any pathways to allow moths and insects to enter. Then line every surface in that closet with cedar. The cedar aroma builds up to a level where it wards off Read More
There is no reason these planks couldn't be used in a walk in closet, but they might not be very effective moth repellent in a closet that is frequently accessed.
The basic concept of a cedar closet is to create a very tight closet with few if any pathways to allow moths and insects to enter. Then line every surface in that closet with cedar. The cedar aroma builds up to a level where it wards off moths and their larvae.
If the walk-in closet is used frequently the cedar aroma is unlikely to build up sufficiently to repel insects. Perhaps you could consider making a cedar closet within a larger walk-in closet. The smaller storage could be tightly sealed, opened only occasionally and effectively prevent moth damage. Read Less
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YES, but be aware of the cost for this product on such a large project. You may wish to use Aromatic Eastern Red Cedar Flake Board Closet Liner Panels Project Pak which is about half the price.
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does this product contain any chemicals

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It's 100% cedar
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No, this product is 100% Aromatic Eastern Redcedar. Nothing has been added to the wood.
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Aromatic Cedar Natural Closet Liner Planks is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 129.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Quick install with a Brad nailer. But if you want no Brad holes and use only paneling adhesive y... Quick install with a Brad nailer. But if you want no Brad holes and use only paneling adhesive you will have to brace the newly glued panels. If it's a larger than 16" span , I recommend bracing with plywood for at least 48 hours. Tricky and you may have to wait two days to do ceiling or other non-uniform surfaces. The paneling is beautiful but quite thin; when buttered with adhesive or glue it causes significant temporary warping. Bracing for 48 hours is only solution unless you use finish nails or Brads. Very nice closet finish.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy, pretty, scent = great value Perfect for my needs. Beautiful. I will find more spaces to use it in! 2 boxes, 2 usable split boards. Reasonable for thin cut cedar. Simple improvement for home being prepped for sale.
Date published: 2016-12-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Cedar Closet Liners Great product but approximately 20% of the boards were warped. These boards either could not be used or required major cuts to improve the quality.
Date published: 2016-10-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from closet lining Looks wonderful just what I wanted would recommend it for any project
Date published: 2016-08-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from GREAT PRODUCT I read a lot of complaints about this product, maybe this can help clear things up. Acclimate – this is done in the box, no where on the box does it say to remove the product, also if you bought this “off the shelf” at your local Home Depot the product is already adapted unless your home has a different climate than your store. Warpage - ALL wood will warp if you lay it around, it must be bound and stacked to keep it straight. You can try this with 2x6's leave them lay around long enough and you've got warped wood. Cedar being a dry wood and cut thin it will curl up in front of your eyes. Inspect – count how many panels there are in a box if there are too many “bad” ones (cupped, split, warped, broken) return it and tell the rep it's defective. If you have a few in many boxes repack them into one or more boxes and return those boxes. Installation – this product is decorative it's hung like siding not nailed in place like shingles use an 18ga brad nailer with 1 3/8” nails for 1/2” drywall tongue and groove often has to be tapped together, if it breaks you hit it too hard...we call this a hint work from the top down the boards can be straightened as you nail them by propping them up short pieces can be better than long ones, you can glue them or nail them in place you don't have to hit a stud on every short board the lower boards will hold the upper use short, split and broken boards to fill in under the base cove Tip - its a closet not a piece of furniture on display at a museum (this will make sense later when you fill it with clothes) Other Complaints Thin – thickness is listed on the box Not easy, hard to work with – life is hard Splits easily – cedar is a hard dry wood, cut it thin and it can split easy Grooves in wood, very knotty, inconsistent color – use wallpaper Must use imagination to utilize all boards in package – THINK, it works sometimes Too much waste – try laying hardwood flooring Different lengths in carton 48", 36" and 12" – this is a good thing
Date published: 2015-09-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Aromatic and great results. The CedarSafe Aromatic Cedar Natural Closet Liner Planks were very easy to install, I used them in a linen closet for moth protection. Yes there were some warped and damaged boards in the bunch, however if you are patient,and measure out your project and maximize each board I am sure they will work out for you as well. They are only 1/4 of an inch thick by 3 3/4 inch wide and RANDOM lengths , smooth face tongue and groove, a box covers 15 square feet. and they come with a 90 day HOME DEPOT return policy. I would highly recommend this product to anyone interested in purchasing it and the price is very reasonable. (I take time to do product reviews after every major purchase, help keep me doing them by rating my review) hope this review was helpful.
Date published: 2015-04-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from You have to be careful about where you place your nails, and screws, but this product did exactly... You have to be careful about where you place your nails, and screws, but this product did exactly what I wanted. It smells amazing, and the area I put it in has a more finished look. For the pieces on the ceiling, I used Gorilla Glue construction adhesive as well as nails to give it a bit more stability. I plan to get more cedar to use in other areas of the house.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Closet Awesome product, the tongue and grove did not always hook and being a natural product the board width was not 100% consistent. With a little diligence, you can achieve beautiful looking closet, even if the seams don't always line up perfectly. Mine ended up about 1/4" off by the time I got to the ceiling.
Date published: 2016-10-25
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