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# Posted: 27 Sep 2019 16:56

Can you either:

- put shielding materials over the smart meters ?

- apply absorbing wallpaper to your walls and ceiling ?

It is worth sleeping as far away from the msart meters as is possible + using protective bedding or a canopy unless you have wallpapered all the walls.

I would not expect mylar to be adequate if 4G frequencies are in use, but if draping the bed it IS essential to have no gaps.

# Posted: 5 Oct 2019 16:49

Use aluminium foil over the smart meter and a metallic head scarf on your head at least when you are in bed. There is material that looks like cloth but has metal inside it that could cut out radiation.

# Posted: 5 Oct 2019 17:54

Also, the ceiling fan may be aggravating the entire problem, either because the movement moves EMF around and/or it creates dirty electricity.

# Posted: 16 May 2020 18:23

To the OP in public housing and not allowed to paint the room!
I would take a chip of wall paint to the paint store and have it matched. Then the wall can be painted with the Shungite Paint first and then over with the paint from hardware store!
The windows are the biggest exposure leak that I have found, In cases where there is only 1 window per bedroom it is a cheap (inexpensive) solution to shield via getting couple of long thin (1/4") thick usually and about 4" or 8cm wide, Tong and grove boards.
build a square and do not use nails or screews, but instead use HOT Glue!

get the aluminum foil roolls from dollar store, the cheaper the better and save the money for the small hot blue gun and glue sticks!

reinforce the wooden square with few cross bars that are Flush with one side of the square (the one facing the room)
Next gently un roll the alluminum foil over the now finished frame, roll it so that it actually Wraps the board/s for maximum protection.
Finished product looks like a big shallow open box on top.
The open part slides, hang etc Over the window frame which keeps it square to boot!
I found that in my case i dispensed with the courtains all together and got me the cheap plastic vertical blinds
You can use the Shield at night only and it WILL make a huge diffirence at sleep time!
Stressing the point that such a shield is ultra light and incredibile effective.

# Posted: 16 May 2020 18:29

After re reading the above I ne[imgs=https://www.mast-victims.org/forum/img/!pix.gif][/imgs]ed to add:

To better picture the produced Shield, imagine a big ultra light square window size CAP!
The vertical strips of wood INSIDE the said cap are there to add integrity to the light frame. ( the wood used was decorative pine)

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