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In today's COVID-19 world, our new way of life includes lots of cleaning and washing so this could be quite useful.

If you want a germ free home and personal hygiene using only natural products at a low cost, then why not prepare the compounds yourself? To find out how to protect your home and family from germs and viruses continue reading.

The products you buy at the supermarket are too expensive. Stop throwing your money away when you can make disinfectant products quickly and cheaply at home with the same results

What you'll find inside:

✓ You will learn about your enemies

✓ The 6 Best Essential oils that are considered excellent disinfectants, antibiotics, and natural antibacterials.

✓ 6 natural organic compounds and everything you need to know about them

✓ How to prepare the compounds and the dosages step by step

✓ How to clean windows, TV, bathroom, kitchen, mold, refrigerator, washing machine, etc. with your homemade natural products


Even if you think it is difficult to make these products at home this guide gives you step by step instructions on how to do it yourself!
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Biologist checking in. Much of this 'book' is jumbled nonsense. The 26 pages can boiled down to two bits of useful info: Use 70% alcohol, or hydrogen peroxide. Ignore the guff about essential oils, sodium bicarbonate and vinegar. Personally, I'd use hypochlorite bleach.
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Biologist checking in. Much of this 'book' is jumbled nonsense. The 26 pages can boiled down to two bits of useful info: Use 70% alcohol, or hydrogen peroxide. Ignore the guff about essential oils, sodium bicarbonate and vinegar. Personally, I'd use hypochlorite bleach.
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Mizz_Chilli08/06/2020 19:11

Oh ! Deal ended. I will expire this thread. Thanks for the notification



Bless you, ma'am. I wasn't indicating anything detrimental towards your good self. I was just indicating the underhanded tactics employed by Amazon ... once they notice that something is doing good trade, they bump up the price. I've witnessed it many times over the years with all sorts of goods.
Bert-Rib08/06/2020 19:16

Bless you, ma'am. I wasn't indicating anything detrimental towards your …Bless you, ma'am. I wasn't indicating anything detrimental towards your good self. I was just indicating the underhanded tactics employed by Amazon ... once they notice that something is doing good trade, they bump up the price. I've witnessed it many times over the years with all sorts of goods.


No worries - no offense taken. On these books, it's difficult to know when the deal has expired as you say so it's always helpful when someone kindly points it out.
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