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You may want to take them out of that Rubbermaid so that the fibers can breathe. Package them in a breathable container of some sort. Also, don't store them in an overly hot place (attic, garage, etc. . . ) but in a drawer, cabinet, etc. . . wool can be stored with cedar chips to ward off moth larvae eating on them.

For more on storing wool (and natural fibers, in general)

go here and scroll down to the last section on 'Storing.'
 
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