I am having good results wiping my rabbits down with the mouthwash. One is doing really well. She is getting to be white again, (she was turning yellow) and the other is so so. So the body wipe on rabbits is working. Please pass this on.
Lime sulfur lime sulfur lime sulfur!!! Works on the environment. I think I do need to move as I cannot keep them from continuing to come in.
I am well, mostly due to diet. I cannot clear my environment or my clothes."
I thank Liz for sharing her experience with her rabbits I never never thought of using the mouth wash on pets, but why not? Now, if you could only get them to swallow it.
And, yes, if you have an environment problem lime sulfur is the best chance you have at clearing the environment and remember, it can be used as a dip for the skin. While it is odoriferous, it can be used inside as the odor does dissipate with time. And, it's much much less expensive than CedarCide which, as I learned from Chris, (the fellow who fills your orders) is in a big legal problem with the FTC for it's claims about bed bugs and lice.
By the way, we're also looking into developing a shampoo for lice--not to say that the shampoo we have won't work. This one will be specifically for lice. Hopefully, we'll have the first batch before Christmas.
Regarding laundry, there's a lot to do. First is to disinfect every load you put in the dryer with about a third cup or more of ammonia. I used a cup to two cups of ammonia in the washing machine. You can also add a cup or two of 20 Mule Team Borax.
I inverted my clothes and either dusted diatomaceous earth or sprayed with ammonia and then turned them right side out. Some tell me they have to soak their laundry for up to three days in disinfectants. There was a previous post about disinfecting laundry that might also help.