Morgellons and Laundry – Part 2
Morgellons and Laundry, the final frontier! Ha. Well, my laundry has always been a struggle for me. It seems these things do not like to die when soaked in water. It’s like they can hold their breath for weeks at a time and in some cases multiply underwater. Well, recently I’ve stumbled upon a cheaper, quicker, and more applicable solution to treating my laundry. I’ve done this treatment several times now with beautiful results! Though, I still fear my washer/dryer, so I’m still hand washing my clothes, maybe one day that will change. I still use my old laundry treatment, but I’m slowly starting to use this one more and more because it is way quicker and just as effective.
Anyways, this new method takes about an hour if rushed, but I still prefer 24 hours of soaking just in case. It is very easy.
1). Fill up tub or sink with water.
2). Add 1 or 2 scoops of Charlies All Natural Laundry Detergent
3). Add a few ounces of Dr. Bronners Peppermint Soap (until your eyes burn).
4). Mix around with your hand for a little bit. Water should be nice and milky (like skim milk).
5). Add clothes, but not too many. Make sure this is still a good amount of excess water to make contact with every part of the clothes.
6). Let sit for at least 1 hour, but better for more (I like 24 hours). Make sure to agitate every so often to mix things up.
7). When done soaking, drain water and hand wash until clothes stop showing signs of milky residue when squeezed.
8). Let them dry outside or inside in a room with a dehumidifier.
9). Enjoy! Your clothes will be Morgellons Free!!!