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Ok I have 2 questions

Posted by on Apr. 7, 2008 at 9:32 AM
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1st question: how many wipes does that recipe make with the H2 and baby wash? I know I saw a whole roll of paper towels but how many does that make?

2nd question: There is a yucky sickness going around with one of the kids at church. I was around him yesterday, as I was his sunday school teacher and my son was also around him. If we start taking some defense and resist now, will it help?

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teachenglish2
by on Apr. 7, 2008 at 5:22 PM
In answer to your second question, yes start taking the DR because it will get on top of it. Also, I would recommend taking 2 Vitamin C four times a day and 2 nutraferon twice a day for at least a week. You may still get sick, but you won't get a really bad case of it. Hope this helps.


jabs
by Group Owner on Apr. 9, 2008 at 10:03 PM
Question 1 - I have bought the paper towel rolls that are preforated for half sheets.  I cut the roll in half before pouring the solution on it.  Once the solution is on and the towels are fairly damp/wet, I pull the cardboard role out.  It makes as many wipes as on the roll.

Question 2 - I would definitely take the d/r.  If you happen to get sick, it will lessen the length of it and/or lessen the intensity of it. 

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