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Re: Chinese wash, uncrossing & road opener help please

Unread post by luckycharms13 » Sun Sep 19, 2010 4:52 pm

Thanks, Devi!

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Re: Chinese wash=yummy smelling house!

Unread post by Joseph Magnuson » Sun Sep 19, 2010 5:40 pm

Maljen: Thank you so much for letting us know that the Chinese wash worked so well in the steam cleaner! It seems obvious, but what a great idea! I hope your entire house feels the same way you do about the cleanse!

Good luck!

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Re: Chinese wash=yummy smelling house!

Unread post by beautiful » Sun Sep 19, 2010 11:04 pm

I can't wait to order mine!
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Do you wash down the walls?

Unread post by RedRose » Sat Sep 25, 2010 6:50 pm

Literally wash the walls of the whole house?
and in what direction do you clean the walls?

I know this is the wrong section but what is a good incense to use straight after cleansing home?

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Re: When using Chinese wash to cleanse home do you?

Unread post by jwmcclin » Sat Sep 25, 2010 7:16 pm

Yes and wash down from top to bottom; you have several choices for incensing, are you drawing or removing after your wash down? you can follow with uncrossing incense, protecting incense, sage bush...
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Re: Do you wash down the walls?

Unread post by Miss Tammie Lee » Sun Sep 26, 2010 12:00 am

Yes steps from jwmcclin : "from top to bottom".
Afetr you have completed the incensing and sage, anoit the doors (above) with oil(s). This is a recommendation. (personal testimony),
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Re: Do you wash down the walls?

Unread post by catherineyronwode » Sun Sep 26, 2010 12:18 am

You can spritz your cleaning water mix on a swiffer mop (the flat kind with an adjustable-angle head) and go down the walls like that, if you need to work fast.

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Re: Chinese wash, uncrossing & road opener help please

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GREETING MS CAT MY NAME IS RENEE DENISE GLASCOE I WAS BORN IN THE BRONX OF NYC I KNOW IVE BEEN CROSSED UP OF NEGTIVE VIBES MISS CAT I NEED YOUR HELP ASAP!!! FIRST I NEED A SPIRITAUL CLEANING I HAVE TO MUCH NEGTIVE VIBES COING MY WAY I WAS BORN FEB 11.1959

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Re: Chinese wash, uncrossing & road opener help please

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Re: Chinese wash, uncrossing & road opener help please

Unread post by Devi Spring » Tue Oct 26, 2010 1:24 pm

Renee, if you want to hire Miss Cat to read and provide rootwork advice for you, you need to arrange that through her page on the AIRR website:
http://www.readersandrootworkers.org.

There is a whole list of of very skilled workers there you can also browse, in case the wait for Miss Cat is too long for you.
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Re: Do you wash down the walls?

Unread post by Seph » Fri Jan 14, 2011 10:51 am

My walls have flat (or semi-flat) paint which cannot be washed. What do I do then?

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Re: Do you wash down the walls?

Unread post by ConjureMan Ali » Fri Jan 14, 2011 1:39 pm

Use a sponge to lightly go over the walls from top to bottom. If you can't do that, use a spray.
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Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Unread post by Magickalcurios » Wed Feb 16, 2011 12:15 pm

Hi, may i know what is the correct procedures to do a home cleansing with Chinese wash?
I have already read up on this thread http://www.luckymojo.com/chinesewash.html
But there are still a few questions in mind.....

1) Do i need to recite a psalm or prayers while doing the wash or before or after finishing the wash?
2) Which psalm or prayers do i recite?
3) Do i need to lit or burn any white candles after finishing the wash?
4) How many candles are needed, and do i dress the candles with oils like fiery wall of protection, uncrossing?
5) Is it alright if i were to add in the chinese wash water with fiery wall of protection oil, uncrossing oil & florida water?
6) Do i annoint the fiery wall of protection oil on my windows after the wash?
7) And lastly, any specific time to do the wash?

Thanks so much....greatly appreciated :)

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Re: Questions on Chinese wash for Home cleansing

Unread post by Priestess Najah » Wed Feb 16, 2011 1:39 pm

Hello Magickalcurios!

Rather than go into details here, I would suggest contacting Lucky Mojo and requesting their flyer on how to spiritually cleanse your home or business. Cat has done a fantastic job of writing up the details and I have used the flyer myself, many times, with great success.

Hope this helps.

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Re: Questions on Chinese wash for Home cleansing

Unread post by Magickalcurios » Wed Feb 16, 2011 1:44 pm

Oh thanks for the suggestions but i need some instructions fast as
i will be moving into my new home soon.
Will definitely request for it for my next order though =)

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Re: Questions on Chinese wash for Home cleansing

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Re: Questions on Chinese wash for Home cleansing

Unread post by catherineyronwode » Wed Feb 16, 2011 4:04 pm

1) Do i need to recite a psalm or prayers while doing the wash or before or after finishing the wash?

That is the traditional way to work.

2) Which psalm or prayers do i recite?

Depends on your needs. See "Secrets of the Psalms" for ideas or just use the 23rd Psalm with covers a lot of territory in a few short lines.

3) Do i need to lit or burn any white candles after finishing the wash?

I use one small (4") white candle per room to "seal" it. You don't have to. That's just what i was taught.

4) How many candles are needed, and do i dress the candles with oils like fiery wall of protection or uncrossing?

One candle per room. To dress candles is another issue. See
http://luckymojo.com/candlemagic.html
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5) Is it alright if i were to add in the chinese wash water with fiery wall of protection oil, uncrossing oil & florida water?

Yes. Be sure to dilute with water, lots of it!

6) Do i ann oint the fiery wall of protection oil on my windows after the wash?

Yes, you can make small crosses at the corners and state your prayer for protection.

7) And lastly, any specific time to do the wash?

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Re: Questions on Chinese wash for Home cleansing

Unread post by Joseph Magnuson » Wed Feb 16, 2011 8:17 pm

Thank you, Cat, for that refresher on Chinese Wash cleansing....always informative! I forget a step or two every time, but always feel good about the work I've done... I can only imagine remembering all the steps! :)

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Chinese Wash

Unread post by redacepilot » Sat Feb 19, 2011 6:22 pm

Is the chinese wash really only to clean the house? I use it to bath and wash my face and my face seems to be looking better every day. Also I feel very lighter and I look brighter when I bath with it. I had demons in my house so I ordered it to cleanse the house of them then I started bathing with it. It seems to work I also use the LM rue oil (this itsh is the truth).

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Re: Chinese Wash

Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Sat Feb 19, 2011 10:45 pm

No you can use it to clean anything from negativity. I have a friend who swears by Chinese Wash. I mean she uses it on EVERYTHING. I mean it really just helps to clear away negativity, and/or crossed conditions. It gives you a great new start, which is probably why you feel lighter and brighter.

And for others looking to use it on their face, you probably can couple that with rosemary (for a beauty wash), and dilute the Chinese Wash more for a face wash than for a house scrub if you are apprehensive about putting it on your face.

But that's fantastic. I am glad that it is helping you!
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Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Unread post by redacepilot » Sun Feb 20, 2011 8:12 am

Ok Thanks Star.

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Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Unread post by BellaMars » Mon Feb 21, 2011 11:53 am

When you do a general cleaning of the home must it be done only before sunrise? And the water thrown towards the east?

I thought you throw towards the east when you want something to come to you and west when you want to get rid of something?

This would be the first time I have ever done a cleansing in my home since moving in 5 years ago would general cleaning apply or something stronger?

As I am waiting for the Chinese Wash to arrive it was mentioned to me that in the meantime I could mix ammonia, lemon & salt, some bay leaves pray over it (reciting the 23rd psalm) and clean each room of my home as described here: http://www.luckymojo.com/baths.html#floorwashes

Will this work to cleanse my home of negative energy/spirits until I get the chinese wash?
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Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Unread post by Papa Newt » Tue Feb 22, 2011 5:53 am

Yes that mixture will work well while you wait for your chinese wash to arrive. For ammonia helps to spiritually cleanse and protect, bay leaves wards off evil, lemon sends back the evil and and is very cleansing, salt is a wonderful item and it cleanses and protects. Empowering it wit Psalm 23, oh lord! You got a good wash. :D

A lot of time when you are washing your home to get rid of negativity it is best, once you are done, to throw this water into the west because of the Sun goes away in the West. You want any negative energy and such to go away. That is why not to the east after washing a home of negativity.

After doing a cleansing you can always light a house blessing candle or, a favorite of mine, money house blessing.

You'll love the chinese wash when it arrives! Fantastic stuff!
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Unread post by BellaMars » Tue Feb 22, 2011 8:18 am

Thanks Papa Newt! Just finished the 2nd floor and main floor and the front stoop of my home, now the bucket is out front while I get ready to go dump it west at a crossroads. I didnt have the house blessing candle on hand so I lit a tealight candle in each room after I finished it. I thought I would feel invigorated after doing this but instead I feel clear minded and 'light' and relaxed. There were some rooms I couldnt get into the exact corner of the room so I wiped as close as possible or I wiped the wall in that area wiping towards the door.

All that is left is the basement to do but that has its own doorway so I will do that after I dump the first bucket out, that should be ok right?

Cant wait for the Chinese Wash! Once a month general cleansing of the home is ok correct?
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Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Unread post by Papa Newt » Tue Feb 22, 2011 8:48 am

It's all good, tea lights work just as well. Got to work with what you have on hand. :)

Yes, a monthly cleansing is a great habit to start. As you have already noticed the difference from what you done, doing it monthly will be fantastic. Life's messy, clean it up! ;)

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Can you use Chinese Wash on your body?

Unread post by movingmountains » Sat Feb 26, 2011 11:17 pm

Can you use it in the shower on your body? to clear away messes, evil -- possibly to uncross conditions, remove spells someone has sent your way (I dont mean to clean the shower, i mean to wash yourself.).

Also, has anyone ever put a powder in a targets food? e.g. love me sachet powder..

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Re: Can you use Chinese Wash on your body?

Unread post by Tristan » Sun Feb 27, 2011 12:32 am

You can certainly use Chinese Wash to wash yourself, either by itself in your body wash, or with other products such as Van Van or Uncrossing. This is a great way to cleanse yourself on a day to day basis. A deeper cleansing may be called for, however. If you do suspect that you are suffering from crossed conditions, it would be best to have a reading with a reputable rootworker such as a member of AIRR.

You can also certainly feed your target certain things. I don't think I would feed someone sachet powder though. For one, you don't know whether certain ingredients are unfit for consumption. Secondly, I believe Lucky Mojo's sachet powders are made with talcum powder, which would probably have the consistency of powdered chalk when eaten. Dead giveaway. ;)

Menstrual blood is a very traditional way for women to work this, men can use their sexual fluid. There are also many love herbs that would be great to use in cooking. Cardamom is often added to coffee in the Middle East and, besides being my favourite way to drink it, it is a wonderful herb for stimulating the passions. If you're a woman you could also add your menstrual blood to the brew, and voilà! :D

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Re: Can you use Chinese Wash on your body?

Unread post by movingmountains » Sun Feb 27, 2011 12:50 am

i find it difficult to take a bath with my living arrangements.. so im going to make up a spray bottle - like a window cleaner spray bottle - with uncrossing bath crystals and chinese wash in it and use that in the shower. Its easy to hide the bottle after the shower.

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Re: Can you use Chinese Wash on your body?

Unread post by Tristan » Sun Feb 27, 2011 1:40 am

Remember though, that there is more involved here than mixing up some bath crystals. Intent and prayer go into every work. We pray over the bath mixes and while taking the bath itself. We scrub the body in a downward manner to remove evil from ourselves. We dispose of the bath water at a crossroads to seal the work and disperse any baneful energy.

I don’t think there’s necessarily anything wrong with what you’ve suggested, of course. Bathing regularly with these products is a wonderful idea, and something I do myself for maintenance. Some people use soaps like Octagan Soap or Fan Medicated Soap. But there is something to be said about the effect of ritual, and certain circumstances will call for a full, deep cleanse rather than just a bit of the product in your body wash for example.

Good luck and enjoy!

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Chinese Wash Testimonials

Unread post by AngelicD » Thu Mar 03, 2011 3:31 pm

Hello to all.

OMG. I received my first order and included in it was Chinese Wash. Of course, when I opened the box, I was touching, looking and smelling everything. When I smelled the Chinese Wash, it was awesome. Well, today, I decided to use the Chinese Wash to clean my master bathroom. WOW. It was heavenly. Chinese Wash is officially part of my cleaning supplies.

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Re: Chinese Wash

Unread post by jwmcclin » Sat Mar 05, 2011 10:15 am

Thanks fr the testimony, I love the smell also. Maybe we should add a slang, 'don't clean without it'
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Re: Chinese Wash

Unread post by Mikki » Sun Mar 06, 2011 11:08 am

I ordered some too!! I was kinda surprised at the bottle...I think I was expecting something along the lines of the oils. But WOW!! I can't wait to use it!!

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Unread post by Joseph Magnuson » Sun Mar 06, 2011 1:34 pm

Chinese Wash is always a added ingredient in our cleaning routine now. Simple and effective! Glad to hear the "Wash" has new fans!

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Unread post by Mama Micki » Sun Mar 06, 2011 1:42 pm

My husband mops the floors in our house every Saturday and always adds Chinese Wash to the mop water. I also add it to the laundry when I feel the family needs cleansing.
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Unread post by michaeldavis » Mon Mar 07, 2011 7:01 pm

When I was a kid and my mom was alive, she used to put a couple tablespoons of Hexol into a bucket with water and mop the whole house while saying the rosary. She got that from her mom, who was from Italy. It seems that this is a similar folk tradition and that most cultures do a version of this. She had to open all the windows in the house to air it out. But I can remember the clean feeling after she did it and, over the years, I've realized that that feeling was due to more than just a different kind of smell and some gleaming floors.
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Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Unread post by tigerlilly » Fri Mar 18, 2011 5:12 pm

Possibly a retarded question....

I am about to order a bottle of Chinese Wash. I will be returning to my home base and want to clean my room when I get back. However, shortly after, I will be moving. I know you leave other things like a broom when you move to a new home, will I dispose of the unused Chinese Wash?

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Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

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Nope, you can keep it.
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Unread post by tigerlilly » Fri Mar 18, 2011 5:32 pm

[quote="Turnsteel"Nope, you can keep it.[/quote]

Thank you! That is what I was thinking, but, you know.... :oops:

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Re: Chinese Wash

Unread post by siren » Thu Apr 07, 2011 2:15 pm

I can attest to Chinese wash. I used to sage to cleanse a room but feel Chinese wash clears spaces way more efficiently. It might be more work but it certainly works. Smells waaay better than sage too.

I'm going through a terrible emotional time right now and I'm in the middle of doing the wash down. I'm starting in my bedroom with the walls and furniture and sheets since this is where I have been doing most of my wallowing. I'll hit a room a day probably because I don't have much energy. Chinese wash has helped clear up funks before. I keep repeating my wishes to rid of myself of the funk I am..to cleanse the room from negativity and cast out all ickiness and negativity as I do it. I'm using a swiffer.
BTW how much does everyone else put in a bucket? Sometimes I worry that I'm being too stingy with it.

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Re: Chinese Wash

Unread post by aura » Thu Apr 07, 2011 2:19 pm

Just ordered some today along with Buffalo Ammonia (my hubby and I are moving into a new house in may and b4 bringing in the furniture we're going to give it a complete clean-out). After reading all of your posts.... I can't wait to smell it : really don't know what to expect :)
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Re: Chinese Wash

Unread post by Turnsteel » Thu Apr 07, 2011 7:56 pm

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You sound as tho you are going through a hard time Geena, might I make a small recommendation? A few drops of Chinese wash added to your bath or used as a shower gel can do a lot! It has always lifted my spirits to get good and cleansed and VanVan and Chinese Was are my personal favorites :)

As for how much to use, you only need a small bit, its concentrated, powerful stuff!
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Strange Happenings after a Floor Wash

Unread post by zenrez » Tue Apr 19, 2011 7:16 pm

Hi Everyone!
I recently created a floor wash with chinese wash, money drawing oils and cinnamon to draw in more business for my mom. I wiped down all door frames, washed the floor of her business and the day after we found dead ants on the floor. Do I take this as a sign that there is some negativity being directed to us and I have to redo the cleaning or should I wait? Also, how long do you usually wait to see results? thanks!

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Re: Strange Happenings after a Floor Wash

Unread post by Carolina Dove » Thu Apr 28, 2011 4:44 pm

Cinnamon is a natural insect repellent, as well as an antifungal (I use it on soil for young seedlings). I usually see results in hours after doing a wash.

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Re: Strange Happenings after a Floor Wash

Unread post by zenrez » Sun May 01, 2011 5:50 pm

Thanks!!!

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Good advice Sammie.
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Re: Strange Happenings after a Floor Wash

Unread post by zenrez » Mon May 02, 2011 4:04 am

Yea, I told my mom and she was like, lets wash down the entire house. haha
Thanks for the insight sammie!!!!

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Re: Strange Happenings after a Floor Wash

Unread post by supper » Mon May 02, 2011 2:34 pm

May I also do this for my home. I am an artist and I am trying to
sell my art work through the internet.
This is good to know.

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Re: Strange Happenings after a Floor Wash

Unread post by cabriellenil » Tue May 03, 2011 12:17 pm

yes, I also work from home and use Chinese Wash regularly (about once a month), plus other drawing floor washes now and then.
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Unread post by catherineyronwode » Fri Jul 29, 2011 2:03 pm

Glad to see so many people enjoying Chinese Wash -- it is definitely our best selling item in the category of Washes and Waters

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Unread post by aura » Sat Jul 30, 2011 3:16 am

For any and all that have never used Chinese Wash - get some in on your next order without fail! Since I've been using it, it's up there with coffee and bread in the house as a staple that we just CAN'T run out of; under any circumstances ;)

A little goes a very long way... It's mixed into every mop bucket chez nous, and a little goes into the liquid laundry detergent as well. A minute portion is in the shower gels, shampoos and body washes and used with a liberal amount of prayer (psalm 23 combined with a non-traditional addition of Hail Mary works best for me in tandem w/Chinese Wash) it keeps us all feeling squeaky clean and fancy free.
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Unread post by corazon » Mon Aug 08, 2011 2:35 pm

Do you guys have a separate broom and cleaning supplies for spiritual cleansing and one set for regular cleaning, or do you use the same supplies for both purposes?

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Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Mon Aug 08, 2011 2:38 pm

I have two separate ones, but this is a personal preference.
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Unread post by Artaynia » Mon Aug 29, 2011 8:41 am

When using Chinese wash do you make the bath, and as you add the Chinese wash with the water do you pray over the water and then wash or do you pray while the person is washing?

Also can you cleanse a candle with Chinese wash?

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Unread post by Miss Ida Lundin » Thu Sep 01, 2011 6:22 am

Artaynia, yes you can cleanse candles or anything else that you like to get clean with the Chinese wash so long the object isn't damaged by water of course. And be sure to dilute it.

If you use the Chinese wash to do a bath, you can pray when you pour the water over yourself. You can also pray over the water first and then pray as you pour it over your head.
Now if your question is regarding making up a bath for another person, I personally would pray directly over the water before they bathed as opposed to only praying, say in another room, while they took a bath.
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If you are preparing the Chinese Wash to cleanse your floors you also can pray over the bucket of water and/or while scrubbing the floors. If you like to pray a psalm and have trouble memorizing them you can start while praying the psalm over the bucket of water and then as you scrub just pray in your own words.

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Unread post by Artaynia » Sun Sep 04, 2011 5:17 am

Brilliant thanks.

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Unread post by roguedeer » Sun Sep 18, 2011 6:59 am

Is it possible to buy LM's Chinese Wash in a size larger than the 4oz bottle?

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Unread post by Devi Spring » Sun Sep 18, 2011 7:50 am

I don't believe so, but a 4oz bottle will last a really long time since you dilute it quite thoroughly to use it.
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Unread post by Maljen » Tue Sep 20, 2011 5:11 am

I do wish is was in a larger bottle too! With everything going on in my life now I tend to use some in spray bottles (for walls, carpets, curtains and other soft surfaces) and in my steam mop (hard floors) at least once a week. However I've raved before about how amazing Cat's Chinese Wash is and I'll rave again...it's just AMAZING! I use it in combo with Van Van oil and Fiery Wall of Protection Oil when cleaning.
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Unread post by roguedeer » Wed Oct 26, 2011 12:27 pm

I just wanted to comment with a personal experience about disposing of Chinese Wash mop water. It is really important to dispose of the mop water off of your own property. I learned this the hard way - I forgot about the used mop water in the mop bucket for a few days (gross, I know - very busy couple of days), then poured the "evil mess" down the bathtub drain. About two hours later someone bumped into a pipe in our closet, broke it, and caused us not to have water for 2 days. Won't make that mistake again!

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Unread post by babygirl » Thu Dec 29, 2011 6:08 pm

I am doing this cleansing for sure!!! I am going to have to have someone watch my children for the entire day so I can get everything done and be able to concentrate. I will need at least 8 hours just to do the 1st and second floors of our home. We have an attic and we have a ton of things stored up there, would I also need to do that area? The basement as well. Tons of things stored down there too. I know I have to get to both of them and get them cleared out, and I have been saying that for almost a year, but haven't had the time to get to either of them. Will I be ok with just doing the 1st and 2nd floors of our home until I eventually get to the attic and basement?

I am going to make this mixture that was mentioned above until I get my chinese wash. I want to wash the whole house down immediately, and since there is only 2 days left in this year, I want to start this year off clean! Is there a certain amount I need to use of the ammonia and other ingredients? I know I won't be using too much ammonia, that is strong stuff! I just want to make sure I use the right amount of each.

One other question I have, as I was reading it said to get a larger white candle and I can light the candle and carry it to each room as I finish cleaning it. Can I use money house blessing oil on the candle? Also would I add more each time I carry the candle to a different room or is once all I need?
Once the whole house is done, can I put drops of the money house blessing oil around the house, like on the door, window sills, chairs, cabinets, headboards, ect. Is there anywhere I shouldn't put it?

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