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Re: MMS compared to 'chlorine dioxide' products such as Closys & Durafresh
 
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Re: MMS compared to 'chlorine dioxide' products such as Closys & Durafresh


well OH MY GOODNESS THANK YOU SILVERFOX and THANKS AGAIN AND ALWAYS, ESSTEE, for your EXTENSIVE info on mms, cds, chlorous acid & chlorine dioxide etc!

...i wish i could say i understand - you're both too smart for me!

i wish i could afford to just try everything and see what results i get with what, but unfortunately right now i cant -

but i also didnt realize that cds loses potency like that,

and i am worried about accidentally damaging my teeth by playing with substances which i'm not sure, which ones are acidic,
i am not sure WHICH of the options, i should buy - original mms, cds, closys, durafresh - and which i shouldnt...

...if anything, i thought, because i'd read that according to some users, cds doesnt have the drawbacks of mms, and i thought that acidity was one of the drawbacks it lacked...

do you think it would damage my enamel if i ~swabbed~ the infected area with cds very briefly and then rinsed (with water? or would it be okay to use and should i use a water+baking soda mix?),
and then would it be okay to use and should i pat on a bit of baking soda on that area?
 

 
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