5.2 MMS Tip No. 2 Disinfect refrigerator, car and rooms

I got this tip from Jim himself. Once during my training he invited me to his small apartment in Barahona in the Dominican Republic and told me he had a very practical MMS tip. My eyes lit up, I was now expecting a whole new tip to eradicate life threatening diseases like cancer even faster. Instead, he wanted to explain to me how he sterilizes his refrigerator with MMS. I was disappointed at first, but this tip turned out to be a big hit in my MMS seminars. According to Jim, germs from food that has once been tipped over or gone bad often transfer to newly stored food. These are then on the one hand not so durable and on the other hand these germs can also become dangerous to health. In addition, he was much too lazy to clean out a germy refrigerator and then wipe it out with a damp cloth, especially since the germs are often just rubbed in. So here’s the tip:

Activate 10 to 15 drops of the classical MMS in a glass bowl, add no water and put this e.g. overnight in the refrigerator. That’s it! Wait a minute: What about the whole content of the fridge? Don’t worry, nothing will happen to it. The chlorine dioxide gas fills the whole room and disinfects every surface in the fridge – even on the fruit, vegetables, meat, etc., without leaving any damage to the food. The next day, the solution in the bowl is crystal clear and the refrigerator is completely sterilized. All chlorine dioxide is usually outgassed and subsequently also decomposed. Remains of activated MMS, which is not used any more, Dr. Andreas Kalcker likes to put into a glass bottle and leaves the cap open. This is put into the refrigerator and provides in contrast to the above one-time disinfection for a permanent slow continuous disinfection of the refrigerator over several days. So you never have rotten fruit or vegetables again, instead they just dry up and wither slowly. The only refrigerator contents that could actually be damaged are possibly expensive special cheeses that have a bacterial or fungal coating.

Further areas of application

Car / air conditioner sterilize

At some point, the condensation water in the ventilation hoses and on the condenser of the car air conditioning system is contaminated and it always smells unpleasant in the car when you turn on the ventilation. In addition, dog owners, for example, often have the problem that the car, especially the car seats smelly. This is due to the bacterial decomposition of organic substances such as drooling mucus. Workshops offer at least a sterilization of the air conditioning and the ventilation pipes for about 70€. Here comes the tip on how to do it for 5 cents:

Activate about 15-20 drops of the classic MMS in a glass bowl and place it in the front of the footwell. Now switch the ventilation fan to the highest setting and set the ventilation so that no outside air is drawn in, but only from the interior (set the ventilation fan to recirculation instead of fresh air). Now close all windows and doors and let the chlorine dioxide gas circulate through the car for about 15-20 minutes. Since a fully switched on blower can sensitively drain the car battery, you can also let the engine run briefly during this procedure. Then the whole thing should not necessarily be done in a residential street. Since you rarely do this procedure, I think the environmental impact of the exhaust fumes at idle is negligible with today’s modern engines.

Caution: No people or animals should be in the car during the fumigation period! Afterwards, the car should first be generously ventilated for safety’s sake.

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