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    brianok100 says:

    Links to items shown in this video…
    Water Bob bathtub liner for drinking water:

    1 Pound of 73% Calcium Hypochlorite pool shock:

    1 Pound of 68% Calcium Hypochlorite pool shock: (not shown in video)

    Sealed face goggles:

    Disposable 4XL coverall suit:

    Reusable respirator:

    N100 3M filters for reusable respirator

    Reusable FULL FACE respirator: (not shown in the video)

    Disposable respirators that I was able to buy when everyone else was out of stock:

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    hollapro says:

    Make sure you sell stocks while you can as the stock market is going to crash. Look out for you investments I hate to see what happen in last stock crash my mom put in a bad financially situation I hate to see that happen to anybody.

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    Mia Pie says:

    You can use a thick raincoat with pants and put tape around your wrists and ankles. After you use it disinfect the raincoat outside with a spray bottle of bleach , let it dry and swipe everything again with alcohol (using gloves) and reuse the raincoat. That’s what I will do.


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