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2 thoughts on “Disclaimer”

  1. Hey there,
    I deeply appreciate the effort you put into this website. Me and my boyfriend contracted these little devils on a vacation in Spain (holidays will never be the same again). We’re doing our fourth treatment this Sunday and rented a friend’s guesthouse to avoid re-infestation. Basically, I was wondering whether we still need to use disinfectant and gloves when we get back to our flat seven days after? All the mites should be gone then, right? We’re planning to turn up the heater to make sure it’s well above 21 degrees Celcius.

    Thanks a bunch!

  2. Thank you for the info. You’ve answered quite a few questions I had. I’m wondering if anyone has had successful results using a product called Dust-On manufactured by Bonide. It contains permethrin at 0.25%. Might this product kill scabies mites and prevent any eggs from hatching and re-infesting upholstered furniture and mattresses?
    I’m so desperate for this to end. These bugs have ruined my life. I lost my job as an indirect result of them. I want my life back!

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