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# Posted: 31 Aug 2018 07:47

and I'm with iinet if that's at all relevant

# Posted: 31 Aug 2018 17:25


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# Posted: 31 Aug 2018 19:52

HI William I am new to all this, as researching myself due to a mobile mast a quarter of a mile away from my new home. But I came across grounding something you could read up on where you need to ground your self when possible.
Mobile masts seem to be everywhere now so no hope of getting away entirely.

I bought a Q-Link that helps me

My mum lives nearer to a mast something the same distance as you and I bought her an E-link tower. It looks like sand put in a container so thought it was a stupid gimmick. But she has reported some good things after a day. Will see how it goes though. Q link works in that it makes me more focused and stronger somehow. it is a pendant worn around neck. again there are for and against some say it is a gimmick too. Works for me.

Try the grounding if you have not already. Just google it.

I really hope you get the results you want. Best wishes

# Posted: 5 Sep 2018 02:28

Hi guys,
is there a contact number I can talk to you on about all this?

# Posted: 10 Oct 2018 05:50

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# Posted: 25 Oct 2018 14:51

Is it possible to wallpaper over this paint ? Will it still work

# Posted: 29 Oct 2018 22:10


"Is it possible to wallpaper over this paint ? Will it still work"

Can't imagine why it shouldn't.

Try contacting the manufacturer: info@yshield.com

# Posted: 2 Jan 2019 15:17


I have a need for the HSF paint due to certain HF emissions in my home and I would be very grateful if you could answer me a couple of questions.
I am thinking of buying the HSF PRO 54 paint without graphite. I live in an apartment on the first floor of the three floor building.

1. If we want to prevent only High frequency emissions entering my home do I have to ground the paint? As to my understanding the paint should only be grounded if I want to block LF emissions from the devices and wall installations or am I wrong? Does grounding work for HF emissions?

2. I have read that many people have suffered a certain discomfort or buzzing or other symptoms when they were spending more time in the rooms covered with paint. Was that because of the poor grounding or something else? Could it be an issue with the ordinary paint that goes on your PRO or HSF paint? Are some people more sensible than others?

3. Is the PRO 54 dangerous when it dries because i will have a future need for drilling the wall? What about your HSF54 paint with graphite? I know that graphite is not to be taken very lightly.

4. Whan happens if we make an HF emission from the room (for.ex. phone call). How does that emission goes away without damaging us? Grounding?

5. I have only one or two problematic walls in my room so do I need to make an absolute Faraday cage or is it enough to perform shielding only on problematic walls?

6. If grounding is mandatory I am aware that some ''dirty frequencies'' could enter the room through the grounding. How true is that statement?

7. My home emissions don't exceed 200 W/m2 in some places so would you think that PRO 54 paing painted in two layers would be enough for protection? I would like the emission to be reduced below 10 W/m2

Many thanks for your effort and time.

Kind regards,


# Posted: 2 Jan 2019 21:00

An alternative is to apply reflective wallpaper on the problematic walls surfaces, and if still necessary to then apply absorbing wallpaper.

You should avoid using mobile phones or other EMF -emitting apparatus in a shielded area, as the output will increase considerably. Use a wired landline phone instead, or go outside.

It is best if you can to assess what frequencies are affecting your residence to determine which shielding products are most relevant and will give the best result.

# Posted: 20 Feb 2019 17:14

Hello. I do not believe I am ES, but I do want to mitigate the EMFs coming into my home. I have been advised by a trained person in the shielding arena to use Y Shield HSF 54 paint in my bedroom with the grounding tape on 4 walls and across 1 side of the ceiling, as well as grounding fabric on the windows. I am wanting to move forward with this, but have learned about potassium silicate paints, which apprarently do no have VOCs and would like to use them for primer and top coat on my plaster walls IF they are compatible with the YShield. I sent a contact form email from their website to Y Shield and have not received a response. Does anyone have a direct email address for someone who can answer my question so I can move forward with this? Good luck to all of you who are challenged by the ES. I wish you all wellbeing. Simone

# Posted: 21 Feb 2019 11:40

Hi Simone,

YShield staff answer this email address: info@yshield.com

# Posted: 17 Apr 2019 14:05 - Edited by: B24Fox

Please make this a STICKIE and/or spread this information wherever possible:

Before applying any sort of shield on your walls (be it shielding paint, foil, mesh, metal insect screen, etc), you MUST be sure that the electrical wiring inside (or outside) your walls has UNINTERRUPTED metal shielding, and that shielding is PROPERLY GROUNDED right up to the power socket (including the power socket if possible), AND NOT touching the microwave shield you apply on the walls.

Do not.. I repeat: DO NOT use shielding paint, foil, or any other microwave shielding solution, in the close proximity of live electrical conductors, power sockets, or any sort of household appliance that is not PERFECTLY SHIELDED. The paint/shield WILL pick up the AC electric field, and blast it all over the room like a huge emitter. Depending on the AC electrical field present, more caution should be taken.

You can measure the AC fields with a specialized meter, or you can use a multimeter set to 60VAC, and (while being perfectly still) measure between your body and a good clean ground. Do this all around the room. No more than 100mV should be present on your body (which in this case acts as the antenna). Ideally you want to have =<50mV

DO NOT bring electrical appliances (i.e. Laptops, TVs) inside Faraday cages, unless they are battery powered (so no wires come close to the cage), and the cage is big enough so that the electrical appliance is at least 1 meter (~2 feet) away from the cage walls.

This is the reason why so many people start feeling worse after shielding their room/house.

P.S. If you really want to ground your microwave shielding paint/foil/mesh (which might not really be necessary), BE SURE to use a different ground than the one you used for grounding the shield on AC wiring.

P.P.S Look into MC Wires (Metal Clad Wires)

# Posted: 25 Mar 2020 11:49

DO NOT paint the inside of the wall socket! Instead, leave a ~2cm border around the socket. I put masking tape around wall sockets before painting.

# Posted: 25 Mar 2020 11:59


"DO NOT paint the inside of the wall socket! Instead, leave a ~2cm border around the socket. I put masking tape around wall sockets before painting."

Hi Henrik... could you leave a 2cm space as mentioned and then use a socket surround - backed with a HF non-conductive fabric so you leave no gaps?

I would use something like this:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01LWK5G4G/?coliid=IC5QA7MEPHDKO&colid=1F8B4A9B57Y3F&psc= 1&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it

...and cover the reverse with a HF non-conductive fabric like:

Fabric ULTIMA™/HF Shielding: https://www.electrosmogshielding.co.uk/product.asp?P_ID=739&CAT_ID=104

Obviously the fabric would also be prevented from touching the HSF54 paint with a couple of coats of emulsion paint as well as the materials in between the wall and socket both being non-conductive.

Then there's the led ceiling spot lights... what would one do here?

Best regards,

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