Do insect reppeling clothe repel scab...

Do insect reppeling clothe repel scabies?

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Thom

Netherlands

#1 Jan 8, 2014
The other day i came upon insect repelling socks in the winter clothe
store and made me wonder if that could save me from having
to wash so much.
Anybody have any experience with this thing?
Made me very curious. I'll be trying it out anyway.
will let know if it does something.
-T
pregnant w scabies

Roswell, GA

#2 Jan 9, 2014
Thom wrote:
The other day i came upon insect repelling socks in the winter clothe
store and made me wonder if that could save me from having
to wash so much.
Anybody have any experience with this thing?
Made me very curious. I'll be trying it out anyway.
will let know if it does something.
-T
No. I wouldn't even risk it. I got reinfected by washing clothes in water that wasn't hot enough. Those socks won't do anything and you have to wash everything on hot after one use and dried in high heat
Thom

Netherlands

#3 Jan 10, 2014
pregnant w scabies wrote:
<quoted text>
No. I wouldn't even risk it. I got reinfected by washing clothes in water that wasn't hot enough. Those socks won't do anything and you have to wash everything on hot after one use and dried in high heat
yeah i see where your going at, to good to be true :)
my solution to the washing problem is i have just 2 sets of clothe
which i drop into a plastic tub of 65 litres, with water mixed with pesticide
then i just wrench them and throw in dryer. works like a charm and saves
from long washing problems. cos the clothe are synthetic, they dry in 20
minutes, really nice. i also throw shirt and pants on the radiator which i keep at high temperatures
all the time. nobody's gonna convince me that a microscopic animal will survive
a night long of high warmth and extreme dryness. i wouldn't, anyway.
thanx for the reply. btw are you cured by now?
greetz thom
pregnant w scabies

Roswell, GA

#4 Jan 13, 2014
Thom wrote:
<quoted text>
yeah i see where your going at, to good to be true :)
my solution to the washing problem is i have just 2 sets of clothe
which i drop into a plastic tub of 65 litres, with water mixed with pesticide
then i just wrench them and throw in dryer. works like a charm and saves
from long washing problems. cos the clothe are synthetic, they dry in 20
minutes, really nice. i also throw shirt and pants on the radiator which i keep at high temperatures
all the time. nobody's gonna convince me that a microscopic animal will survive
a night long of high warmth and extreme dryness. i wouldn't, anyway.
thanx for the reply. btw are you cured by now?
greetz thom
As long as it's 120 degrees then it should be ok. I don't know but I hope I am. I've just done treatment again because I got reinfected by clothing. I have no more itching and haven't seen any new bumps. Right now I'm just waiting it out

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