Hi Gina ~~
Yep, all the medical guides say we can't kill pinworm eggs with household cleaners.
But maybe we could smash 'em into teeny weeny pieces with a really big sledge hammer? (pow pow!) (hee hee)
I wonder how many geeky scientists got paid big $$ in research grants to sit around & count pinworm eggs after using cleaners just to claim they can't be killed??
Well, I luv to try to terminate pinworm eggs & the other bad guys (bugs, bacteria, viruses, mold, germs, mildew, allergens, & fungus) lurking in the bathrooms, laundry, & kitchen.
I use industrial-strength antibacterial cleaners, oxypowder, bleach, ammonia, vinegar, Borax, & hand sanitizers to wipe those rascals out.
You name it, I've tried it ~~ except for TNT & Kryptonite! (lol)
To suck 'em up, I run several air cleaner/purifier units 24/7. Hepa filters trap itsy bitsy crud & the ionizer zaps the micro stuff.
Vacuum cleaner has 2 special micro-filters & hypoallerginic filter bags. And dryer filter is cleaned after every load.
Maybe we should gather up pinworm eggs & bomb our enemies with 'em? (lol)
I may not be killing everything with my cleaning up, washing up, & sucking up efforts, but it makes me feel sooo gooood to attack those monsters back! hee hee
Pinworm cleaning tips: http://mtherald.com/anal-itching-pinworm/
Pinworm drug protocol (Mebendazole/Vermox): http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=1564827#i
Gotta go ~ I'm worn out from all that talk of cleaning stuff ~ it's time for a catnap!
Meow Meow ~~ ICU
P.S. For my cleanup of the above cleanup comments: http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=1599697
My Curezone Posts: http://curezone.com/forums/s.asp?f=762&c=0&ob=d&m=ICU