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20 Ways to Use Colloidal Silver Around the House

How to use the world's most powerful all-natural anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-viral disenfectant to keep your family safe and infection-free at home...

Everyone knows by now that colloidal silver can be ingested daily to boost immunity, or to rapidly and effectively heal bacterial, viral or fungal infections – even serious infections like MRSA or Swine Flu

Silver can also be used topically on cuts, burns and abrasions to stop infection dead in its tracks and to dramatically stimulate the healing process. What’s more, it can be sniffed up the nose to stop pesky sinus infections like magic…it can be gargled with to stop nasty sore throats …or it can be inhaled into the lungs using a pump spray bottle to stop even the most serious of lung infections.

But silver has many, many other uses that will allow you to safely and effectively protect yourself and your family from infectious microorganisms and disease. Indeed, there’s no other all-natural antimicrobial substance on the face of the earth that can compare to it. Here are our top 20 family uses:

1. Drinking Water Dispensers
The reservoir or holding tank in your bottled drinking water dispenser is largely unseen, and can easily become contaminated with bacteria or mold. To help prevent this potentially serious problem, add 1 T of silver per gallon of water each time you change bottles.

2. Food Leftovers
Food poisoning is serious business. Thousands of Americans die from it every year. Restaurant leftovers are particularly susceptible to bacterial contamination, especially if the food sat in the car very long after leaving the restaurant. Use a pump spray bottle to lightly spray leftovers with silver, to keep them fresh longer. This works well for leftover pet foods, and household leftovers, too.

4. Canning and Preserves
To prevent mold and fermentation when canning and making preserves, simply add 1 tsp. of silver per quart to your jars before sealing.

5. Underneath Kitchen and Bathroom Sinks
Lightly spray silver under your kitchen and bathroom sinks, to prevent mold and mildew, and to disinfect and eliminate musty smells. Be sure to ventilate and let dry thoroughly.

6. Mopping
Even well-rinsed mops can harbor bacterial and mold, which you can inadvertently spread all over your floors when mopping. Help keep your mop free from potentially harmful microbial growth by adding ½ cup of silver to your mop water as a safe, powerful antimicrobial.

7. Toilet Bowls and Tanks
Toilet tanks can harbor a plethora of pathogens, which in turn will contaminate your toilet bowl. You can easily disinfect both by adding a cup of silver inside the toilet tank once a week.

8. Toilet Seats and Handles
These are probably the most bacterially contaminated surfaces in your entire house. Between regular cleanings, lightly spray silver onto toilet seats and handles in order to prevent excessive microbial buildup. Allow it to air dry.

9. The Floor Around Your Toilets
It is likely that the floor around the toilets in your home harbor more bacteria and other pathogens than any other visible surface in the house. After all, every time you flush your toilet, many thousands of extremely fine droplets of toilet water are sprayed up into the air in an invisible mist. These droplets fall to the ground, and can harbor millions of intestinal bacteria. To prevent excessive bacterial buildup on the floors around your toilet, lightly spray silver onto the floor around busy toilets in between your regular cleanings. Allow it to air dry.

10. Toilet Brushes
Have you ever found one of your young children sitting on the bathroom floor playing with the toilet brush? Yecch. You’d be hard-pressed to find a bathroom implement with more germs on it. Be sure to disinfect your toilet brushes after each use by spraying them thoroughly with silver. Do the same thing every time you clean your bathrooms.

11. Bathroom Plunger
Like your toilet brush, your bathroom plunger is probably rife with invisible microbial growth. Simply spraying the plunger with silver after each use, and during your normal bathroom cleaning, will go a long way toward stopping the spread of microbes in your bathrooms.

12. Jacuzzis and Hot Tubs
Many forms of bacteria and mold are becoming resistant to chlorine and bromine. You can enhance the antibacterial and antifungal effectiveness of either of these popular disinfectants simply by adding a small amount of silver to your Jacuzzi or hot tub once a week. Just add 1 T per gallon of water. Many hot tub owners go completely chlorine and bromine-free simply by adding a half gallon of silver to their Jacuzzi or hot tub, and then adding a quart a week afterwards. It works like a charm, and unlike harsh pool chemicals, it’s great for the skin!

13. Kitchen and Bathroom Sponges
Kitchen and bathroom sponges are notorious bacterial vectors, so be extra sure to spray them with silver after each use, especially in warm or humid weather.

14. Kitchen Cutting Boards
The debate has raged for several decades now over which type of cutting board harbors more bacteria – wood or plastic. Thanks to colloidal silver, you won’t have to worry about either. Just wash and rinse your cutting board as usual after each use, then spray lightly with silver and allow it to air dry.

15. Mold on Walls and Ceilings
Mold is a common and potentially dangerous problem in homes, particularly in humid and coastal areas. To dramatically retard the growth of mold and mildew in your home, lightly spray colloidal silver onto the walls and ceilings in your bathroom, basement or other rooms where mold growth is a problem, particularly in corners and along seam lines where the walls and ceiling meet. Ventilate these areas to allow the silver to dry. Repeat weekly where necessary. It works like a charm!

16. Counter Tops
Countertops in your home can harbor far more bacteria than you may think, even if you clean them frequently. But you can alleviate this problem simply by spraying them lightly with silver and allowing them to air dry, or by wiping them with a cloth that has been soaked in silver, and wait six minutes before drying with a dry towel.

17. Door Knobs and Other Contact Surfaces
Similarly, you can spray silver lightly on your door knobs and other contact surfaces, in order to reduce the buildup and spread of microbes throughout your home.

18. Toothbrush
We’ve often stated that next to your kitchen can opener, your toothbrush is probably the filthiest implement in your home, in terms of the potential for microbial contamination. Of course, cleaning and rinsing your toothbrush after each use alleviates a large part of this problem. Go one step further by lightly spraying the bristles and handle with silver after each usage, and microbial overgrowth will never be a worry again.

19. Kitchen Can Opener
Several studies have shown that the can opener is generally the #1 filthiest implement in your house. That’s why regular cleaning of the handle and rotary blade is a must, and why most kitchen can openers allow for the handle and rotary blade to be easily removed for cleaning. After cleaning and drying you can go one step further by lightly spraying the handle and rotary blade with silver, and allowing it to air dry before reattaching it to the mainframe.

20. Water Pic or Other Oral Irrigator
To prevent bacterial buildup in your oral irrigator, and to help further limit bacterial and plaque buildup around your teeth and gums, add 15 to 30 drops of silver to the reservoir of your oral irrigator every time you use it.

Borrowed from FulvicWellness 🌿💛

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