|Disinfecting Laundry for Morgellons 3/1/19|
A topic that can be most challenging is disinfecting the laundry. I was lucky and never had an issue when I used a cup or so of ammonia in the washer and 1/3 or so of a cup in the dryer. I spiked the ammonia with 5 droppers of peppermint in a gallon of regular ammonia. But, for some, this is not sufficient and for some it's the largest challenge. Unfortunately, I don't have the answer, but instead a list of things to try.
Shanna, writes, "So I’ve tried ammonia borax peppermint lavender Kleen green and kleen free. So I wanna try boric acid and pool shock in my laundry. How much of each do I add to a load with borax and peppermint? My clothes are outta control with these little Cotton balls with little fibers attached to them I’m almost out of NG and feel great after my baths but I cannot get it outta my clothes even soaking for 30 hrs. What else can I do about my laundry. I just keep reinfecting myself every time I get dressed."
"Are you using a lint roller to clean the debris off your clothes. That might help.
Are you disinfecting the dryer with ammonia--maybe you need as much as a cup of it poured on a towel.
Are you inverting your clothes and dusting with Diatomaceous earth or spraying w ammonia and then turning right side out?
For the laundry there's a stronger grade of ammonia--janitorial grade--sold through hard ware stores.
You can also try MMS Miracle mineral supplement in your washer but not with ammonia. one or the other but not both.
Have you tried soaking it with a couple caps of debriding soap along with ammonia and maybe borax?
It looks like it's going to take a lot of experimenting to find what works.
Another option would be to hang your clothes in a closet and run the ozone generator for a half hour
or maybe spray them with the electrostatic sprayer".
I thank Shanna for writing. I wish I had a definitive answer, but I don't--just a list of things to try or that have worked for others. The problem is that what might work for one person, might not work for another and I don't know what the factors are that make that so. Back in July of last year there's an update, Trouble Disinfecting Laundry that has other possible solutions.
I noticed that I didn't answer her questions about how much boric acid or pool shock to use. Truth is that I have no idea how much to use. Perhaps someone will respond to this email with the answers to these questions--it's how we learn.