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Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Unread post by MoonBreath » Mon May 20, 2013 10:38 am

Hey Sharon,

If your boyfriend is ok with a house cleanse, he would probably be ok with you setting up an altar in your new home - if he knows it is an old fashioned Catholic practice ( and not something out of LOTR, which is filled with Christian and Catholic imagery itself ... but that's another matter ;) ).

Like Miss Cat offered, it is pretty easy to prove to someone that Hoodoo is Christian, if they need citations etc....

Plus, as Mama Micki pointed out, if you have to, you can just add the Chinese Wash to your normal cleaning products and keep mum. Most guys don't pay attention to what goes in the mop bucket, nor would he know you had put some Peaceful Home Oil or Law Keep Away Oil on the pretty white candle you would be burning.

However ... I think you ought to give it a shot explaining the home cleansing to him as I did to my family. It is always better to have help cleaning! Good Luck!

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Unread post by catherineyronwode » Mon May 20, 2013 10:55 am

Sharon Athena,

Hoodoo is not for everyone.

If you become entangled in difficult personal, social, or familial problems due to house cleaning with hoodoo products, my advice is to stop that.

Since it seems pretty clear from your previous posts that you are a White Catholic/Pagan woman, i would think that your relationship would be more important to you than the study and practice of African American Protestant Christian folk magic ... unless the feelings you are expressing about your boyfriend are evidence of deeper fractures within the relationship, in which case, "he wouldnt even let me scrub with Chinese Wash!" may become the mantra of eventual parting.

In other words, we make a very fine spiritual supply here, called Chinese Wash and it is not intended to be a source of controversy within the home. Quite the contrary.

You may need relationship counselling, but we cannot provide it.

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Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Unread post by AonieD » Mon Jul 08, 2013 1:39 pm

I am very thankful that while my husband is not religious, he's never had a problem with some of my more weird looking practices. Mostly, he just sits back and appreciates that we have a clean, nice smelling house, the bills are always paid, and we're all healthy. I hope things worked out for you.

A trick I learned growing up here in Mississippi is if you are trying to deep clean your house of negativity, sweep towards the back of the house, out of the back door. On the other hand, if you want to draw money into your home or business, sweep from back towards the front.

If a situation is difficult and needs tricky work, I wash the floor with Chinese Wash, sprinkle cut lemongrass, then sweep, and finally sprinkle salt, then sweep. Glad I haven't had to do that in awhile!

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Unread post by SwampOak » Tue Aug 13, 2013 8:18 am

I added Chinese Wash to my mop water, which already has lavender based cleaner in it, to cleanse my son's room. I added a splash of 4-Thieves Vinegar to it as well. He has had an on going health issue as well as a lot of emotional unrest. I followed up with a blessing in the room afterwards and used Peace Water as part of that.

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Unread post by jespinoza » Mon Aug 26, 2013 12:51 am

I will be purchasing a very large order from LM and some of the things i will be getting are Chinese Wash, Buffalo Ammonia and Four Thieves vinegar.

I live in a 5th wheel home that is all carpet.

1) How can i cleanse everything bad from my home with these floorwashes if it says to mop the mess out your home with a mop?

2) Can i use all 3 floorwashes which i start from the back all the way to the front?

3) Do i recite any palsms different from one another?

Any advice would really be appreciated :D

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Unread post by Miss Aida » Mon Aug 26, 2013 2:08 am

Hi, Jespinoza,
I have carpeted bedrooms. So, I just went out and bought a cheap machine that shampoos carpets. Hand held. Works well.
Did you see this site? www.luckymojo.com/chinesewash.html
It talks about being able to add (just a little) ammonia to the Chinese wash. Then, it also talks about adding protective or spiritual cleansing Lucky Mojo oils also.
I am thinking that one can buy protective and or cleansing bath crystals, dilute them (According to the instructions), strain them, and add them to a spray bottle and spray after using the Chinese Wash.
You could also add the Four Theives Vinegar (undiluted, of course) to a spray bottle and lightly spray after cleaning with your Chinese Wash/Ammonia mixture.
I also wash my walls with Chinese wash. When mixed with hot water It is AMAZING to see how little effort it takes to get the crud off the walls and, unlike products used to clean your walls,....Chinese wash leaves no streaks!
Hope this helps. Have fun! You will definitely notice a big difference in the energies after the cleaning.
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Unread post by Papa Newt » Mon Aug 26, 2013 2:57 am

With carpeted floors the baseboard can be washed with the diluted mixture as you go from back to front. As for what Psalm you can use you may consider Psalms 29. It helps drive out those devils and restore peace and tranquility into the home.

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Unread post by Cupcake » Mon Aug 26, 2013 9:48 am

catherineyronwode

I love your response Cat on the previous pages about Southern Traditions in root work. Hope to visit the shop soon. I am going to buy some Chinese Wash and a few other things. I need to stock up.

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Hi, finally got Chinese Wash, lovin' it, have a question

Unread post by Sharon Athena » Sat Sep 21, 2013 12:38 pm

Okie dokes, so I finally got myself a bottle of that wonderful Chinese Wash.

1. ] Oh, I am so loving it! I put just a tiny, tiny bit in my dishwater this morning, and Oh My, Wowie Zowie, I just felt so POSITIVE!!! Wonderful!!!

2.] So, I made myself a spray bottle of a weak solution of Chinese Wash (using measuring spoons, 1 tablespoon and 1 teaspoon in 38 ounces of water). Today, here in Omaha, the humidity's dreadful and I wilt like a hothouse flower outside. One of the huge reasons I made a spray was so I can cool myself down with the spray. So, I started using my Chinese Wash spray on myself as a fine mist...and, within half an hour, I felt like I needed to throw up. No, I am most definitely NOT saying anything negative about the product (which I really do love; you haven't any idea)...my question is, could the reason I felt like that be that, because I'm psychic and I was spraying myself down with a spiritual cleanser, the Chinese Wash was doing its intended job, which is the clearing away of negative energies? Because I've also noticed that my face is glowing like I just dropped a decade of age off myself or I'm pregnant again and, furthermore, I just feel so calm and peaceful now :)

Thanks in advance for any and all answers and I LOVE LUCKY MOJO CHINESE WASH!!!! :D

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Unread post by Papa Newt » Sat Sep 21, 2013 12:53 pm

Hi Sharon,

I'm glad I am not in Omaha today if the humidity is quite dreadful! Luckily in Central Nebraska the weather is beautiful without a whole lot of humidity. Thank goodness!

It is a possibility that the Chinese Wash could of been clearing out the negative energies, for a lack of a better term. We sometimes carry a lot of it with in our spirit! I have cleaned a space with Chinese wash,and there was a brief moment of unsettling feelings as the space got cleared out. Was much better after that!

Because the humidity is high today do make sure that you are staying cool and drinking plenty of water as well. Simple mundane things, but always have to take it in consideration you know. :-)
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Unread post by Sharon Athena » Sun Sep 22, 2013 7:59 am

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We got rained on last night, which is why the humidity is killer today. Thank you for your kindness, Papa Newt, in looking out for me ;)

Um, this is more than just "negative energies." This is actually (for me) a life-changing event, as I haven't felt like this since before Friday, September 17, 2004, 17:30 Central, when CPS' personal Gestapo, the Douglas County Sheriffs walked into my home and legally kidanpped my daughter. I realize this is probably TMI, but in order to understand the enormity of what this little bottle of miracle worker did was heal a hole in my soul that's been there for a little over nine years. My life has two parts: Before CPS came, and After CPS came. The love of my life, my DFH and I, were going to be married in 2006. CPS managed to take him from me as well (because of his status as an ex-con), I wasn't able to marry him then. So instead, he's been married and divorced to someone else. My parents both passed away this year from severe stress-related illnesses that started when? While their only grandchild was taken from their daughter, whom they then had the pleasure to watch being driven straight to psychosis by CPS.

My sisterfriend Cindy, whom I now live with, says that she hasn't seen me like this since before they came. Cindy and me met in October of 1993.

Modern psychiatry failed to "fix" what was left of me after their Mirror Universe counterparts were done with me...but a little bottle of household and people detergent named Chinese Wash, made by a company called Lucky Mojo, who markets this product as a spiritual cleaner, with a label that states, "Clear Away! That Evil Mess --with Lucky Mojo CHINESE WASH, A detergent preparation..."

How ironic. My sister's paying a total of $338,000 to fix my daughter's evil mess CPS left her with, and what fixed me cost $5.50 and comes in a bottle. Wow. Now THIS is the real meaning of magick: big miracles in small packages.

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Unread post by Sharon Athena » Mon Sep 23, 2013 7:52 am

By the way, Chinese Wash in a spray bottle is a great Monster Spray.

We've (I've been, I'm the one who can see spirits) been having problems with what I consider alien intelligences from another dimension in the quantum Multiverse (what Christians call "demons") of the surveillance type ("watchers") hanging about. Not since I started using that spray bottle like a handgun and shooting them. They go away like Dean Winchester shooting them with a shotgun shell full of rock salt. And they haven't come back.

However, my Teacher, my "spirit guide" (I hate that New Age phrase! Ugh), and my parents are still around, so obviously, no worries about the good people who're on the Other Side being driven away. It only gets rid of enemy troops, not the good guys.

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Unread post by Miss Phoenix » Mon Sep 23, 2013 8:00 am

Sharon Athena, I love the image of a spray bottle of Chinese Wash being the same as Dead WInchester shoot rock salt shells. That does wonders for my little geek heart!
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Unread post by Sharon Athena » Mon Sep 23, 2013 8:08 am

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Yay!!! Another girl geek like me!!! Then you understand why I describe things the way I do: Heap Big Trekkie & Science Freak here. ;)
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Unread post by Ms Melanie » Mon Sep 23, 2013 9:16 am

I love my Chinese Wash spray bottles!! I use them to clean my hands after a ritual, my work surface off with it, and wipe down my oil bottles, I could go on and on :)
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One more question I forgot to ask. sorry!

Unread post by Sharon Athena » Mon Sep 23, 2013 10:09 am

Is Chinese Wash safe for color-treated hair? I certainly hope so, or I'm about to find out, as it's gonna be my body wash and shampoo today.

Please let me know ASAP as I wanna still have my grey covered when I'm done, and THANK YOU!
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Unread post by Miss Aida » Mon Sep 23, 2013 1:59 pm

Hi, SharonAthena,
I don't know but I wouldn't recommend it. The bottle says: "Detergent Preparation". It might wash away the color
I know it's just great stuff. You could, instead, add a half teaspoon or so to your shampoo. But I wouldn't use it alone as the entire shampoo.
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Unread post by Papa Newt » Mon Sep 23, 2013 2:53 pm

There is a thread here on the forum that is called LMCCo Oil in Shampoo, Lotion, Soap, Pomade, Perfume, Laundry that you may want to check out.
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Unread post by Sharon Athena » Tue Oct 08, 2013 10:58 pm

Hi, have a question:

I have a non-functional door in my room (DFH and I have rented a room in a rooming house for now; this non-functional door has been glued, then caulked, shut). All told, I have that doorway, plus an actual working door (the only entrance and exit for this room) and two windows. (In case you're wondering, the windows are fully functional.)

Since I moved in on Friday night (October 4, 2013), all I've done is make very sure as I spiritually cleansed my room that my room was/is free from any form of negativity, whether it's spells or spirits or energies. I'm way too sensitive to deal with that crap.

I lived here before, in a different room, from September 2011 to the very first week of March 2012. That's how I knew, before I moved in here again, to come prepared with my "Monster Spray," as the last time I made one of the rooms in this building my home for a total of six months, it took me another six months afterward to fully recover: this place was spiritually and psychically sucking the life outta me. I'm being literal and completely serious here.

I used an infusion of one (1) tablespoon of Chinese Wash and a quarter-packet of Money House Blessing bath crystals in thirty-eight (38) ounces of water in a spray bottle. The Money House Blessing bath crystal water I then let steep till it cooled enough to pour into the spray bottle, then I strained all the herbs out and poured it into the bottle. I mention the following fact last but I did it during the prep work for my "Monster Spray": I prayed over the infused water that the spray would not allow "any negativity or harm" near me in my room in this rooming house.

Also, my procedure was as follows: I started by misting the floor while praying the following: "May this spray not allow any negativity or harm into my home, so mote it be." While doing the entire floor (including moving the bed from its spot and making sure to get the entire floor of the room misted, so there wasn't a spot left untouched on the floor), I also made sure to target the baseboards (which are, vertically, about six inches tall from the floor to the top of the baseboard, and they line the room all around right at the floor-level; solid oak, machine-carved, late Victorian [1890's], varnished a medium-darkish brownish-red), then directly above the baseboards. I then made sure to mist every millimeter of each wall. I also got the ceiling as well (misted the entire thing, even though I'm on the top --2nd-- floor). I paid special attention to every corner.

With the functional door and the window frames, I started from the outside in: on stage left (which is my left but, if another person was standing in front of me, it would be their right side), I began to spray a half-stream, half-atomized "stream" of the mixture described above, first spraying the wall directly by the woodwork/door-window-frame, praying all the while. Then, the door or window frame itself, then the corners/crevices made by the door or window fitting into its frame. All the while, praying that nothing but positive, Goddess (or Whatever Deity You Choose To Serve)-blessed or approved stuff would be allowed to enter my home through this door or window, yada yada yada.

So, made the infusion, went over the room, and yes, I did pay special attention to all doorways and windows. My question is, did I/do I have to actually count a door that's been glued into its frame, then also caulked (as insulation) shut by the building's Management and owner (separate people) as an actual door or can I get away with treating it as part of the wall?

I'm pretty sure the door and window frames in my room are not just clean, but the walls and (super-thin, super-cheap) carpet are permanently infused with my Monster Spray; plus, the only spirit I've had the fortune to see, who actually surprised me by showing up last night (that'd be Monday, October 7, around 23:00), was my late, honored Teacher, Gregory. I could see spirits outside, on the other side of my windows, who looked unhappy to be barred from coming in. So I'm pretty sure I did this right, but I still have that one nagging question about the non-functional door.

Thank y'all in advance for any and all answers
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Unread post by Miss Aida » Wed Oct 09, 2013 4:55 am

Good Morning Sharon Athena,
I would treat is as a functioning door (based on the fact that it used to be a functioning door).
Hope this helps.
Wishing you very good luck with your new abode.
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Unread post by babygirl » Sat Oct 19, 2013 11:30 pm

I received my order today, and in there was a great smelling bottle of Chinese Wash! I have read everything I could possibly find about Chinese wash, and I can't wait to use it now. I do still have questions though. I guess reading all of this makes me think of other things. I want to first cleanse the negativity out of my home, and also draw money into my home. I have an online business, and need to bring in all the luck I can with this. It's not going so great right now. Now this quote is the only time I have seen this, and I am now wondering if I will have to cleanse my home twice before getting to where I need to be. Clear of negativity, and drawing in money.

A trick I learned growing up here in Mississippi is if you are trying to deep clean your house of negativity, sweep towards the back of the house, out of the back door. On the other hand, if you want to draw money into your home or business, sweep from back towards the front.

If a situation is difficult and needs tricky work, I wash the floor with Chinese Wash, sprinkle cut lemongrass, then sweep, and finally sprinkle salt, then sweep. Glad I haven't had to do that in awhile![/quote]

I was planning to do the Chinese wash and the first time sweep out the front door. Should I sweep out the back door first to rid any negativity, then the second cleanse sweep out the front door for drawing money in?

I am going to get up in the morning and take a shower with the Chinese wash, if I feel as good as everyone else after washing with the Chinese wash, I will be getting allot done tomorrow.

I am going to do a good general clean on the whole house first, then go back around and starting from the back of the attic to the front of the attic, from the back of the second floor to the front, then down to the first floor from back to front. I do have a basement, and it's a crappy basement. I do have a door down there, but it's in the back of the house. Should I make a spray bottle with the Chinese wash and spray the walls down with it, and go back up and wash the front door last and dispose of my water then? This I am confused on what to do. I will be going back up to the main level in order to completely cleanse the entire house. Suggestions on this one?

When doing the wash, I am going to do the walls and also everything else in the rooms, I will also be doing the carpets. I have a shark sonic duo. It's not a regular rug scrubber, it's a gazillion times better, but I am wondering if it will be ok for my needs now. This machine does not suck the water up. You spray, scrub, let dry completely then vacuum up. It's amazing how clean carpets are after using this machine. If I use this, will it work just as well as a regular rug scrubber for cleansing my carpets being that I will be vacuuming everything up once it's dry? I guess it is really getting everything out of the carpet, and that's what I want, Right?

When I am cleaning each room, should I also do inside drawers and take everything off of the shelves in the closets and do every crack and crevice in there as well?

Is there a certain corner of each room that I should start and end in?

I will be doing this over a few days. I plan to light a tea light in each room anointed with FWP, Attraction oil, and Money drawing oil. I will probably only get 2 rooms done a day. Should I anoint the door ways the doors and with windows as I finish each room, or wait until the entire house is done before doing any anointing?

Thank you very much for your help. I am sorry if my questions were answered somewhere that I did not see. I think I pretty much covered everything on Chinese Wash and didn't see my questions.

Thanks again!

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Unread post by Miss Aida » Sun Oct 20, 2013 9:02 pm

Good Evening, Babygirl,
Here are the instructions for using the Chinese wash. It tells you exactly what directions to clean www.luckymojo.com/chinesewash.html
We sweep negativity out the front door. Back to front (read the thread that I gave you)
I would personally wait until all the cleansing is done before doing money work. I would make that separately. Do not do all the spells at one time.
PLEASE be very careful when bathing with Chinese wash, it needs to be super-diluted.
You can do one room at a time and then seal it with your Fiery Wall of Protection oil and then go to the next room (I prefer doing it that way myself). You can use your spray bottle and make sure that you spray the clutter (as that's where negative energies like to hide).
I personally get a ladder and wash my walls by hand with the Chinese wash (again, according to the instructions). The Chinese wash works BEAUTIFULLY on the walls: NO STREAKING WHATSOEVER. and it leaves the walls super clean with a fantastic odor. And I also take care of every crack and crevice (but that's just me)
Your carpet cleaner sounds great.
Good luck and have fun!!
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Unread post by babygirl » Wed Oct 23, 2013 5:42 pm

Thank you Miss Aida, I have read that link before posting in the forum. It does not tell me what to do about the basement. I will not be able to scrub the basement walls, so I was going to make a spray bottle and just spray them starting in the back. The placement of the door is what I am wondering about. I can't finish in the basement because the door is in the back. After I spray the walls, should I come back to the main floor and finish the entry at the front door?
Also, when you say seal the room, do you mean anoint the windows and doorway with FWP. I also bought Peace water. Can I use that in the house, or is that more for outside? I would like to have Peace between my children that fight so much they fight in their sleep. I will scrub their beds with the Peace water if It will help.

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Unread post by Miss Aida » Thu Oct 24, 2013 7:41 pm

Hello, Babygirl,
If you can't do it EXACTLY per protocol, then do the very best that you can. The most important thing is that it's spiritually cleansed.
Yes, sealing is exactly that. Very good!
I'd do the Fiery wall of Protection FIRST and then come back with the peace water.
I also put my peace water in a spray bottle so that I can "Zap" unreachable areas (and you can do the same with the Chinese wash)
Hope this helps!
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Unread post by babygirl » Sat Nov 02, 2013 1:41 pm

ok this may be kind of an odd question, and If I can't do this it's fine. I live one house away from a crossroad. I am thinking that may be too close to my house to dump my evil dirty water. So I was thinking I can collect the water in a gallon jug, and just toss it out the window on my way to work or something. It's dark when I am coming home from work, and I do go past many crossroads. I can even stop and dump the whole thing as I am sitting at a stop sign. My only concern is some of the water getting on my tire and coming back home with me. I just think the crossroads by my house is too close, and I want all of this evil far away from my house. Can I take it with me and empty the jug at a crossroads far away from my house?

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Unread post by Miss Aida » Sat Nov 02, 2013 8:55 pm

Hello, Babygirl,
Yes, take it to the one far from your house.
Also, have you read this webpage? www.luckymojo.com/layingtricks.html
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Unread post by babygirl » Sat Nov 02, 2013 11:10 pm

Wow!!! You must have known I was going to ask about the candles.

I just finished 2 rooms, and the first candle had already burned out and I thought hmmmm am I suppose to take the candle remains to the crossroads too? I used tea lights with the little tin. I dressed them in money drawing, crown of success and FWP. I am assuming the whole thing including the tin will go to the crossroads, right?

Also, since I am putting ALL of my dirty water in a jug and taking it to a crossroads, should I take a bucket with me, pour the water in the bucket before I throw it in a crossroads? I don't think the jug will be so easy to use. I'll be standing there for quite some time pouring the water out over my left shoulder, and I'll end up with it all over me. Not good. I want it to stay there. Not come home with me.

Can I put the candle remains in the bucket with the dirty water and throw everything at once, or should I do the water and the candle remains separately?

I know I have a lot of questions. The more I read the more questions I have. Thank you for being so helpful.

You know what's weird, I am doing the Chinese wash in my attic right now. That's the first 2 rooms I got done. I have one more room up here which I will do tomorrow and my attic will be done. Weird thing is, I went downstairs, and as soon as I got down there it just felt weird. I can't explain it, but I didn't want to be down there. I felt much better once I got back to the attic.

Also, my 4 year old has been telling me about his friend, I was really believing she is a spirit if some sort. He said she is 9 and she wants help. This has been going on for a few weeks. I absolutely love the little girl, she's seems to be a real sweetheart. I'm not trying to get rid if her, I actually hope she stays. Anyway when I just about had the first room finished, my son got extremely sick. He was throwing up and wasn't his normal hyper self. I found that pretty weird since he was running around, happy, having a good time then out of nowhere he says mommy my belly hurts, I turn around, and boom all over my carpet.

Do you think this little girl that I now claim as one if my children is not what I thought she was? Did the Chinese wash possibly cleanse something bad out of my son?

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Unread post by Papa Newt » Sun Nov 03, 2013 11:14 am

Hi babygirl,

While starting out learning about this folk-magic tradition it is understandable that there will be questions, and it is also important to not fall in the trap of over thinking the process.

As for taking the wash water to the crossroads. Even if you walked two or three blocks to a Crossroads to pour out the water that is still removing it from your home. Taking it there and pray that the negativity is taken away and removed. Walk back home WITHOUT looking back. Some suggest taking a different way than the way you came from to get back home. Will that mess still be there if you happened to drive through that crossroads? No, because you would have prayed it to be taken away.

Candles remains from the ritual can be taken to the crossroads as well. I personally prefer burying them if all possible, usually in a grassy corner of a crossroads if one is available. Though some will leave it in the center of the crossroads.

As for your son, I cannot really say one way or the other. Preforming a divination can help give insight to this. It's possible that he had picked up a stomach virus that just finally made itself known. Sometimes life just happens and it is nothing more than just that.

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Unread post by babygirl » Sun Nov 03, 2013 11:37 pm

Thank you! I do over think everything. I think that if I don't do it exactly right it won't work. I am going to do this with the help of you guys, and pray it works. I can feel a difference in the rooms I have done, so it must be doing something! Thank you for your help.

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Unread post by cassiopaeia » Wed Nov 13, 2013 6:16 pm

Well! I've been feeling physically and spiritually sluggish lately and all of my candles have been burning rather crappily and though I'd planned on doing a big cleansing this weekend I felt called to just get it done tonight. So I came home, lit a candle on my sugar jar (which has built up a lot of wax remnants in the last few days), and set about my Chinese Washing - first time I've ever used it, by the way, I'd only used lemon ammonia and salt before. I was almost done, about halfway down my stairs (I live in a tiny walk-up apartment and the last flight of stairs up are contained within my place), when I felt the need to go back to my living room ... where there was a lovely little bonfire on top of my sugar jar! It burned away all the leftover wax and left some excellent signs on the top of the jar and in the wax spillover down the side. I will never be without Chinese Wash again. :)

By the way, is it supposed to be so thick? Mine has the consistency of molasses.
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Unread post by Miss Aida » Wed Nov 13, 2013 9:12 pm

Cassiopoeia,
That's great!
Yes, it can be thick. Just warm up the glass jar in your hands and then gently shake.
Remember that the Chinese wash has to be diluted with water (according to the instructions)
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Cleansing With Chinese Wash and Urine

Unread post by Glaciers » Sat Nov 23, 2013 7:53 pm

Hello everyone,

I did a major cleaning when i first acquired my office using chinese wash & urine on all floors, ceilings, doors and walls, then the sweetening wash to draw in the good. Since then i have done it a few other times.

my question is: should be using urine on a monthly basis when i clean my office?

Also, in terms of marking the building with urine, miss Cat mentioned on the radio show about urinating on all 4 corners of the building, since this is a bit tricky, can i jar the first morning urine and mark the 4 corners to mark the building as mine? i have thought of going there really early while it's still dark and urinate on the 4 corners just to make it official ;).

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Unread post by Miss Aida » Sat Nov 23, 2013 9:58 pm

Hello, Glaciers,
Yes, I would be doing that monthly just to insure that you keep your office (ie: job).
And, of course, you can use it from a jar until you can get there early and do it: "Officially" as you put it!!
Follow Miss cat's advice to the letter because she is THE Master. She know what she's talking about!!
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Unread post by Lovemagic » Sat Jan 04, 2014 10:31 am

I just used Chinese wash from LM on New Year. All I can say was fantastic! I used to clean the whole house & used on myself. I feel my mood or emotion got better. It seem I become more laid back person. But there was one thing very impressed me.i used on myself & My hair turn out so nice & shinny lol. No kidding!
I wanted to know if I can use this stuff for my hair all the time? :D

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Unread post by Miss Aida » Sat Jan 04, 2014 9:06 pm

Hello, Lovemagic,
What wonderful news about your experiences with Chinese Wash! I just LOVE it. LOVE it!!!!
Anyway, no, I would not make a habit of doing that. Instead, I would add a teaspoon of it to your entire/full bottle of shampoo (should be unscented shampoo). That's what I would do.
But, not directly on your hair.
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After a particularly nasty experience I found I had no LMCC bath salts to ritually cleanse. I really need to stock up. So, I diluted half a cap of Chinese Wash ( a fabulous product that I love) Guess what. It worked a treat, like charm if fact. Tomorrow I am trying to gather the energy to do my entire apartment too. Thank you Miss Cat...your products are simply the very best I have ever come across. :D Oh, I added it to me bath just to be clear x

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Unread post by lkw » Mon Mar 31, 2014 9:06 pm

when using chinese wash for an apartment, what is the recommended washing order:

1-wash walls and floors for each room?
or
2-could i wash all the room walls in the entire apt first and then go back and wash all the floors?

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Unread post by Miss Aida » Tue Apr 01, 2014 8:11 pm

Hello, lkw,
I usually do one room at a time (back to front) and then seal the windows, doors, and floor boundary to the next room with Fiery Wall of Protection oil and then go on to the next room.
That's how I do it
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Unread post by dancer255 » Thu Apr 17, 2014 6:16 pm

Can I use the spray bottle method to spray cloths stuff animals, bags and things that of that nature. I had orginaly put the cloths in the dryer for 20 mins or more. and have used store brand clorox cleaning cloth to wipe down plastic items. is there more I can do.



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Unread post by Miss Aida » Thu Apr 17, 2014 10:08 pm

Hello, dancer255 ,
I don't understand your question
Are you talking about Chinese wash or Clorox?
Can you please re-sate your question?
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Unread post by dancer255 » Fri Apr 18, 2014 4:56 am

I was talking about the Chinese wash spray bottle remedy for carpeted floors. Could I use it for clothing without having to wash every single piece and other objects that can't get wet.

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Hello, dancer255 ,
Yes, you can do that. Just make sure that you dilute it properly.
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Unread post by MoonBreath » Fri Apr 18, 2014 9:12 pm

hey dancer255, if things feel really icky, I put a drop or two of Chinese Wash in my laundry and pray over the washing machine. Remember that as you wash your clothes. Also, you can put bath crystals in the laundry too - uncrossing, cast off evil, protection, bewitching, etc ... whatever the need, to reinforce your work.

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Unread post by dream90 » Sat Apr 26, 2014 1:34 pm

I was reading the forum and I came across a forum that says when doing work like controlling, essence bend me over, compelling and etc... in those category's that you need to cleanse yourself everytime you do those kinds of works. Does taking a bath in Chinese wash count as a cleanse for yourself? Its a pain in the butt for me to do any herb bath since I only have access to a shower with no bathtub.

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Unread post by aura » Sun Apr 27, 2014 4:14 am

Hi dream90, a bath taken with a capful of Chinese Wash is more useful for Uncrossing than for forgiveness from sin (for which Hyssop is the go-to). That said, not all types of controlling work require cleansing - it really depends on what you're doing, to who and how. A short consultation with a rootworker can help clear it up for you, or ask about your specific situation, giving enough detail of what you're doing, to who and how, in the appropriate forum sub-thread.

For the shower - well these baths are more pour-over types than soak-in types anyway - so shower or bath doesn't make much of a difference: it's just an excuse for not doing the bath. For more on bathing you can see this thread which will go over the details of how to work in a shower:
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Unread post by Ashcatonfire » Tue Jun 10, 2014 2:42 pm

So, this actually going to be a bit of a testimonial, for those wondering about Chinese Wash.
I used Chinese Wash in my home for the first time EVER today. I live in an apartment, upstairs from heavy smokers, with cats, and unfortunately, roaches.
Not only did this wash make my home FEEL clean, it smells AMAZING, it looks clean enough to eat off of the floor, AND the few bugs we had ran right away and died. So not only did I get spiritual and household cleansing, but it seems this stuff works great on at least mild bug problems. :lol:
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Unread post by Miss Aida » Sun Jul 13, 2014 8:28 pm

I love Chinese wash for all the reasons that everybody posted.
And I can use it on almost anything! Now, I can't speak for everybody but, I also use it (with water, of course) to wipe down my wood furniture, metals, sink fixtures, the entire bathroom and everything in it, etc. It is AMAZING!
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Unread post by Stephanie R » Wed Jul 16, 2014 2:41 pm

Does anyone have any advice in using Chinese Wash (obviously properly diluted) while having cats? I'm moving into a new home that will allow me to properly use a floor wash, and while I want to purchase Chinese Wash, I know that the catalogue page says it contains Oriental grasses, and I know these can be used to actually *repel* cats because of the scent (specifically, citronella; I just want to note here that I am NOT asking for information on LM's proprietary formula for Chinese Wash). So I'm curious if there are people here who have experience with this! I know it's a rather "mundane" issue, but I would opt out of using Chinese Wash and use something else from LM for the comfort of my cat, even if it won't be as effective.

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Unread post by Miss Aida » Wed Jul 16, 2014 10:06 pm

Hello, Stephanie R ,
You have to either call the shop or e-mail them and ask them this question.
As you had already said, ingredients won't get posted and I have no idea what is in it.
So, please contact them
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Unread post by MoonBreath » Thu Jul 17, 2014 3:31 pm

Stephanie, I recently got 2 kittens. While they spent the nite at the vet's ( getting their worming and flea treatment ), I mopped the house. I always mop with hot water and Pine-sol, with a bit of Chinese Wash in it ( prayers too, of course ). The place smelled great and the kittens didn't seem to mind one bit.

P.S. I have a precious few stock-piled bottles of REAL Pine-sol ( not the new "improved" stuff which has hardly any pine oil in it and gives everyone in my house a headache ). They changed the formula of Pine-sol after all these years :shock: and the new stuff smells like a cheap air freshener to me. :evil: My point is, if you want to try my suggestion, find a bottle of Pine-sol from a year ago ... so you will actually be using REAL Pine-sol.

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Unread post by Stephanie R » Sun Jul 20, 2014 7:08 pm

Hello Miss Aida,

I didn't want to bother the staff at the shop since I know they are very busy folk, plus it would be an international/long-distance call for myself. Would it be acceptable still in the future to e-mail the shop my question instead? If this is not a question you can answer, that is completely okay!



Hello MoonBreath,

This is actually really informative! Thank you for allaying my fears. :) I worry for my cat since he already has enough problems in life, I don't want to be sending him "get lost!" signals accidentally! Although I realize this is probably very trivial sounding, as it's not like I am just dousing the floor in it. But I worry about the safety and well being of my cat just the same. I would have (will, actually -- it's going on my next LM order) just used a small amount of Chinese Wash with my regular floor wash.


Thank you again both of you for responding to my question. I really appreciate it!

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Hello, Stephanie R
Yes, just e-mail them
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Unread post by elsie » Sun Jul 27, 2014 8:37 pm

Is Chinese Wash safe to use around pets? (Just want to make sure)
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Unread post by Miss Aida » Sun Jul 27, 2014 8:58 pm

Hello, elsie ,
Please read the 5 posts immediately above yours.
All the answers are right on top of yours.
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Unread post by elsie » Tue Jul 29, 2014 9:54 pm

How embarrassing! I thought I read all of the posts under this topic, but apparently missed the last 2 pages.
Thank you for your time Miss Aida!

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Unread post by El707 » Sat Oct 25, 2014 7:59 pm

I've been been doing uncrossing baths, I'm not done with them yet. But I wanted to clear out some negative energy in the home. I have some chinese wash but unfortunately my grandmother lives in the back of the house where you are supposed to start. She hardly let's anybody back there. she only leaves when she has a doc appointment but it will still be impossible to clean since she is a hoarder , her floors and dressers is covered with items. she doesn't want people to teach her things. She likes sage, can I just sage her room and chinese wash the rest of the house.

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Unread post by Miss Aida » Sat Oct 25, 2014 8:03 pm

Hello, El707,

Yu do the very best that you can do.

BUT I will tell you that negative energy lives in clutter.

Try putting Florida Water in a spray bottle and spray the clutter. http://www.luckymojo.com/floridakanangawater.html

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Unread post by El707 » Sat Oct 25, 2014 8:31 pm

Thanks Miss Aida for you advice. I have some Florida water. I will use that for her room. she likes to buy stuff on the home shopping network, that she will never use and it just piles up. she is paranoid someone is going to take her things and sell them. :roll: Lol

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Unread post by Angelkitty » Fri Nov 07, 2014 12:24 pm

Hi,

I've never used Chinese wash before, but there is sme coming to me in my next LM order which I think may arrive this week. I was just prepping and reading about it and it says;

"Wash the house from the top floor to the bottom floor, and from the back of each floor to the front, ending at last at the front doorstep."

I am just wanting to check that I have this right in my head. I should clean all rooms from the back of the house to the front of the house upstairs and then go down stairs and do the same, finishing with the doorstep and the path? I really want to make sure that everything is cleansed, so I also wanted to make sure that Chinese wash is sufficient on its own or should I burn a candle, incense or sage along with it? I will also be taking 13 herb baths on the days leading up to the cleansing.

Many thanks x

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