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Re: update:it does not kill, only lures them out, so if you kill after, workes wonder, slow but never coming back.


I read your message about the vinegar for the demedox mite thing, I have had it for years and even a skin specialist didn't have any idea, so I soldiered on with it and have only just found that it is a mite through looking around the internet. Thought it was dermatitis or something but then I started using vinegar and after about a year I thought I had won, but now its back with a vengence, back to the vinegar and from what you say something else is needed to wack them for good. Can you let me know how to kill them.
 
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