Re: Non-living things infected too?
Good observations and accurate descriptions, especially in your 2nd post "45". I know what you are going through. At one time my dog couldn't get 3 steps into the door without stopping to scratch the fibers that would instantly attack anything living that entered my house. Cleaning certain areas, like my computer workstation or dryer lint trap, was an exercise in skin torture.
But here is the weird thing: Since I've decimated symptoms, my house has no more fibers than any other typical building. I'm a single dude with an active lifestyle - nobody would accuse me of excessive housecleaning. I'm in the same house, with the same bed, pillows, carpet, hard drive, dryer, etc. that I had during full-blown Morgellons 4 years ago. My house is far less "Morged-out" with fibers than the movie theater where I saw Fury Road last weekend, or any church or classroom that I've entered. The two girls who housecleaned for me during infestation do not have Morgellons symptoms.
Whats my point? Fix the host and his environment will repair itself up from these mysterious fibers. As Sharkman suggested, one of the best things we can do for ourselves and our living space is to reduce the EMF pollution.
O yeah, one more thing: The only way I was able to deal with crawling hair was to keep my head shaved to a #1, and wear a cap, hood, or beanie 24/7 for a 3 years. When I say my symptoms are decimated, this means that I am barely able to grow out 4" of hair without it doing funky things. I still have to wash it a couple times daily with Head and Shoulders, and I'm always considering shaving it again.