STERILIZING WITH ALCOHOL
Hopefully this cleaning information is helpful to someone. It is information that is easy to disregard when reading Kerri Rivera’s book due to the volume of information. Anyway, a reliable person, also following the Kalcker/Rivera Parasite Protocol, uses 91% Alcohol for sterilizing rather than the recommended Everclear. I have found the 91% Alcohol works extremely well, and is much less costly. In some countries you can NOT buy 91% Alcohol in a Pharmacy. In these situations Everclear may be you best bet for sterilizing. Everclear can usually be found in liquor stores. Everclear is a grain Alcohol.
Secondly, I read in Kerri Rivera’s book that Borax is a deep and thorough cleaner and disinfectant. I remembered Borax as a laundry booster from my childhood and bought some. It turns out Borax really works well for cleaning clothes and surfaces. It is inexpensive and simple to use. At the house we are renting there was a musty smell in the washer. I have used white vinegar and essential oils on numerous occasions. Nothing took the smell completely away. This had been going on for months. Since using the borax as a laundry booster the musty odor in the washer is gone. Also, and most importantly, our laundry feels different. It feels and looks fluffier, lighter, and cleaner. The water here is very high in lyme. Insoluble minerals such as lyme leave a residue. The Borax, not sure why, helps cut the lyme – insoluble mineral residue issue.
IT IS EASY TO DISCOUNT THEM IMPORTANCE OF THESE “LITTLE” THINGS
Check all this out, and so much more, in the book by Kerri Rivera and Dr. Andreas Kalcker [Parasite Protocol]. I believe using hot water and Borax is disinfecting. Really important for towels and sheets. This information is part of the Parasite Protocol. Also, Kerri Rivera mentions using the 91% Alcohol [Everclear – in her book] to clean bathrooms. Here in the USA the 91% Alcohol is under 4 or 5 dollars for a 32 ounce bottle. This is available without a prescription at pharmacies. It is best transferred into a spray bottle for cleaning.