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Posted by bobpursley on Monday, February 5, 2007 at 8:57pm.

Moth crystals. Those round moth balls are not foam, they are napthalene, a form of benzene.

were could i find moth balls because the only one's i have at home are foam balls, or is there something else with an aromatic compound in it?

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