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Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Posted: Sun Apr 26, 2009 8:39 am
by 213_2
Buy this NOW!
No really... you need this.
I ordered this to spiritually cleanse my house and saw on the label that it can be used as a bath. I added three capfuls to a damp sea sponge and worked up into a good lather. I hopped into the shower and stroked downward staring from the top of my head (I even did the soles of my feet) all the while reciting a personal prayer. I rinsed and was suddenly overcome with a strong feeling of exuberance. That was two hours ago and I'm still feeling SO DAMN GOOD! I have this sense of well being that can't be beat. Even though its a household cleanser, it did not dry out my skin. It also left a nice scent on my skin and hair. I can't wait to see what happens when I clean my house!

Thank you a million times over LM!

Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Posted: Sun Apr 26, 2009 10:37 pm
by catherineyronwode
Thanks for the kind words and happyresponse. You are not the only one who has used Chinese Wash in the bath -- i have done so myself. It is great stuff.

Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Posted: Thu Jun 25, 2009 1:55 pm
by twodogs
The last bottle of Chinese wash I got is kind of cloudy and whitesh at the top of the bottle.

I mean the wash itself, not the glass. It smells like the other bottles, and the rest of the bottle seems like the other Chinese washes I have gotten from Lucky Mojo.

My question is if anyone has gotten one of these before? I know some variation would be normal because the ingredients are natural and herbal, should I just shake it up? its kind of liquidy on the white parts. Does anyone know what this is?

Thanks in advance for your answers! :mrgreen:

Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Posted: Thu Jun 25, 2009 4:43 pm
by silverpony
Yes, the first bottle of Chinese Wash I ever got from LM about four? five? years ago? was that way, in fact. I asked Miss Cat about it, and she told me it was normal - some bottles just -do- that.

Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Posted: Thu Jun 25, 2009 7:10 pm
by twodogs
Thanks silverpony!

I kind of figured that was the case, buuuut, I thought just to make sure you know. Thanks again! :)

Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Posted: Thu Sep 03, 2009 2:20 pm
by path2success
I know spiritual cleansing with Chinese Wash is used to get rid of the bad stuff someone has put on us. But what if we have done good spells like maybe Crown of Success, Master Key, etc. will that also go?

And if someone does a Protection spell of Cleansing spell for me, after that can I do spell work on myself to draw money, love etc? Or will the protection work or Chinese Wash make my good positive work also ineffective? Ideally it shouldn't but just want to make sure...

Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Posted: Fri Sep 04, 2009 7:28 pm
by catherineyronwode
Dear path2success,

You are thinking things backwards. The work does what we intend it to do. State your intentions clearly, pray over your scrub water, and don't obsess about things going wrong.

WAT-CHI-GL04
Chinese Wash, 4 oz.
$5.50

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Good luck.

Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Posted: Sat Oct 10, 2009 2:30 pm
by theusurper
i want to know how many days i have to do the chinesee wash and when is appropiated to do it.

Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Posted: Sat Oct 10, 2009 2:36 pm
by Devi Spring
Depends on what you are doing it for. If it's just for general spiritual cleansing, then you can do it whenever you feel like it. You can just add some to your regular mop water.

If you are using it as part of a larger uncrossing/cleansing work, then it would depend on the nature and length of that work.

Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Posted: Sat Oct 10, 2009 2:39 pm
by Chagrinedgirl
Many people on the forum use it once a month as part of a spiritual cleansing followed by protection work.

Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Posted: Sun Oct 11, 2009 1:47 am
by Dr Johannes
If you use it right before dawn on a day when the moon is decreasing, you can remove unwanted things or energies is good for one-time use.

If you are doing a strong cleansing, then three times a week, every third week, for three months would be a good suggestion.

If you use it every time you clean, you will establish a nice spiritually clean foundation in your home and make it harder for nasty spirits, negativity and jinxes to stabilize in your home.

Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Posted: Fri Oct 16, 2009 9:38 am
by shyguy
I am using 13 Herb Bath. It says to use one scoop of 13 herb, 13 day supply, with the attached wooden scoop. Now, it is not very much and there is going to be plenty left over even when I am done with the 13 days.

Can any herbs left over be added to Chinese Wash for cleansing in the future? I just want to make sure I am using enough herbs so I have been using a little more in the muslin bag.

Oh, and if you do not do the bath PERFECT IN EVERY WAY does that mean it can backfire on you in a negative way? Like increasing bad things in your life?

Re: 13 herb usage amount

Posted: Fri Oct 16, 2009 9:41 am
by Devi Spring
I use about a handful of the 12 Herb Bath mixture each day of the cleansing. If you feel worried about portioning it out, then separate it into 13 portions before you begin. Just tie each bundle into some cheesecloth.

If you have any left over, you can brew tea of it, like for a bath, and then add it to your Cjinese wash for cleaning the house as a floor wash or scrub.

There is another thread in the forum about "spells backfiring," and doing spells "perfectly." Yu could read that if you have doubts. Basically what it says there is that you should focus on your good ideas and not worry so much about your fears.

Using the chinese wash

Posted: Wed Nov 04, 2009 6:35 pm
by zee_2
Hi all,
I was talking with a friend of mine who runs a hairdressing places..she wanted to know if she could put Chinese wash in her bottle of store bought windex to clean the mirrors and other glass shelves etc in her store for the blessing/cleaning's effect.
I said it would be fine since we put it in the floor wash water ..but figured i would just check it out on the forum here..could not find any similar thread
please give yr opinion sp if chinese wash is NOT meant to be used this way

Re: Using the chinese wash

Posted: Wed Nov 04, 2009 10:25 pm
by theredc6

Re: Using the chinese wash

Posted: Wed Nov 04, 2009 10:53 pm
by catherineyronwode
It would need to be diluted first, but should work fine.

I am moving this thread to the washes, baths, and waters area, as Chinese Wash is not an oil. :-)

Regular Household Cleansing

Posted: Thu Feb 11, 2010 10:37 am
by Simpleme
If was curious to know if there are any household supplies that can be used as Cleansing Products before starting spell (Conjure) work? Or mixture of those products?

Just curious, looking to learn....

Thanks in Advance

Re: Regular Household Cleansing

Posted: Thu Feb 11, 2010 11:30 am
by jwmcclin
While looking to learn, Simpleme... check out this site... it is the many herbs that is used in HooDoo

http://www.herb-magic.com/index.html#A-Z

Chinese Wash and Good Spirits

Posted: Mon Mar 01, 2010 4:33 pm
by Maya2
Hi folks,

I sell a lot of Chinese Wash in my shop. I have used it myself with excellent success and I absolutely love it. However, I get this question a lot from clients who are asking for spiritual clearing and need to cleanse their homes: " If I use this will it clear out all the good spirits and energies too?"

Just wondering what the actual answer to that is? I tell them that it will not but I am not really sure. Any ideas???

Thanks!!
Miss Maya

Re: Chinese Wash and Good Spirits

Posted: Mon Mar 01, 2010 5:45 pm
by jwmcclin
Lucky Mojo Brand Chinese Wash has this written right on the bottle: "Clears away that evil mess"

WAT-CHI-GL04
Chinese Wash, 4 oz.
$5.50

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Re: Chinese Wash and Good Spirits

Posted: Mon Mar 01, 2010 6:21 pm
by catherineyronwode
The fearfulness with which some newcomers to hoodoo approach the work -- and i will go further here and say that most of them are White and not from the traditional US South -- is sad. I feel sorry for their fearfulness, which at times verges on OCD contamination phobias, but all i can do is say to them that their attitudes come from a different culture, not the one in which conjure developed.

As jwmcclin so rightly said, the bottle reads "Clear away that evil mess with Lucky Mojo Chinese Wash." In conjure culture, the term "that evil mess" is a euphemism for jinxes, enemy rootwork, or anything physically thrown with the intention of causing crossed conditions. In other words, the product selectively targets and wipes out curses and bad luck.

Not only that, the user who was raised in conjure culture will have learned as a youngster how to pray while cleaning with Chinese Wash, and that the prayers will be for the bad to be gone and the good to be enhanced. The 23rd Psalm is usual -- and it is not a prayer that will send away angels or guardian spirits.

Try to work with clients and customers who are new to hoodoo by reassuring them that they have entered into a world of long-standing Southern family spiritual traditions, not some freaky wild-energy-teen-witchcraft movie.

Re: Chinese Wash and Good Spirits

Posted: Fri Mar 05, 2010 10:38 am
by Maya2
Thanks cat, I notice that the clients in my shop who are Hispanic and work in the Curandera/o traditions are not afraid and there is actually another Rootworker here (a nice black man from N. Carolina!) who is now working in tandum with my shop and is totally excited about it. You are right though that the clients who are freaked out are usually white and into witchcraft. Hmmm! Thanks though on how to handle this with ease! Still love the Chinese wash so much and have had awesome success in my personal life with it. Maya......

How exactly to use Chinese Wash?

Posted: Thu Mar 11, 2010 11:17 pm
by heretostay
The only question i have is, do i just pour some of the water from the pail on ground and use a mop and just mop outwards towards the door? I read somewhere about using a broom?
I thought for an extra touch i'd smoke the room with frankinscence and myrrh afterwards.

Does that sound good?

Re: How exactly to use Chinese Wash?

Posted: Thu Mar 11, 2010 11:53 pm
by Flamethrower
http://www.luckymojo.com/chinesewash.html

This link answers your questions.
Enjoy!

Re: How exactly to use Chinese Wash?

Posted: Fri Mar 12, 2010 12:10 am
by heretostay
I already read that page, thanks.
I was just thinking using a broom to wash down carpet would be kind of hard and that using a mop might be better...Of course i want to do it the traditional way, which is why i was asking...

Re: How exactly to use Chinese Wash?

Posted: Fri Mar 12, 2010 12:32 am
by Flamethrower
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I just did a search for "chinese wash carpet".

This link should help, too.
Good luck!

Re: How exactly to use Chinese Wash?

Posted: Fri Mar 12, 2010 12:55 am
by catherineyronwode
The information on washing carpeted floors is here, in my free online book "Hoodoo in Theory and Practice" in the sub-heading "SPIRITUAL HOUSE CLEANING ON CARPETED FLOORS":

http://www.luckymojo.com/baths.html#floorwashes

Re: How exactly to use Chinese Wash?

Posted: Fri Mar 12, 2010 1:04 am
by heretostay
Thanks for all replies! Really helpful stuff.

Now i have one last question, i am doing a cut and clear tommorow, and i was wondering if it would be better to do a house cleaning and cleansing AFTER my cut and clear or BEFORE?

Thanks for any help.

Re: How exactly to use Chinese Wash?

Posted: Fri Mar 12, 2010 1:29 am
by catherineyronwode
Always clean before doing spell-work.

Re: How exactly to use Chinese Wash?

Posted: Fri Mar 12, 2010 1:50 pm
by MightyAphrodite
catherineyronwode

I do the spray bottle technique for carpets and old fashioned mopping for my hard floors, but after reading this page again (thanks, Cat) I'm SO TOTALLY going to start using mojo on my Swiffer for in-between major house cleansings, too! Brilliant.

Chinese wash, uncrossing & road opener help please

Posted: Fri Mar 12, 2010 7:52 pm
by 2010luckyme
Hi all,
here are my questions:
1. Chinese wash: can I add various oils such as money drawing, fast luck come to me, and love me in to the wash at the same time? can I dispense the left over wash in my backyard?
2. Uncrossing bath crystals: Can I dispense the water at the crossroad at night or does it have to be close to sunrise?
3. Road opener bath crystals: should I do this anotehr day after I do the uncrossing bath? should I dispense the remains in the crossroad like uncrossing or this one can be in my front yard? can I toss the water in the evening?

thanks in advance for all your help.

Re: Chinese wash, uncrossing & road opener help please

Posted: Fri Mar 12, 2010 7:59 pm
by Devi Spring
1. I would not add any oils to it. I would let it be a strong cleanser by itself. If you want to go behind it with a floor wash for drawing, then do so after you've cleansed it well. Dispose at a crossroads, or at the very least well off your property - as you don't want what you just cleared away to just soak right back into your grounds.

2. "Before sunrise" can be stretched to mean between midnight and sunrise - so you can pick a time in that frame that works for you.

3. Yes, do the road opening separate from the uncrossing bath. I would dispose of this at the crossroads since it is clearing away obstacles that you don't want hanging around.

Re: Chinese wash, uncrossing & road opener help please

Posted: Fri Mar 12, 2010 8:05 pm
by 2010luckyme
Jujuggigles you're the best!!
I was going to toss the chinese wash and road opener water at my front yard. Thank GOD I asked.
I'm planning to do the uncrossing on saturday.
should I do the road opener on sunday or wait till Monday (on new moon)?
Thank you :)

Re: Chinese wash, uncrossing & road opener help please

Posted: Fri Mar 12, 2010 8:16 pm
by Devi Spring
I would do the Uncrossing & Chinese Wash on the days leading up to the new moon. Wait until it begins to wax again for Road Opening.

Re: Chinese wash, uncrossing & road opener help please

Posted: Fri Mar 12, 2010 9:27 pm
by 2010luckyme
Does "throw the water toward the sunrise in the East" mean face the east and throw the water over left shoulder (towards the west)?
Do I use the same direction to throw water for uncrossing, road opener and attraction baths?
Thanks for your help.

Re: Chinese wash, uncrossing & road opener help please

Posted: Sat Mar 13, 2010 8:03 am
by Devi Spring
No -it means throw the water towards the east. Some do it over their shoulder, and some do not. It's your choice.
Some people throw banishing work towards the west, so that the sun takes it away from you; and in the East for the sun to bring what you need to you.
I tend to just throw things to the East and let the crossroad do its job.

Re: Chinese wash, uncrossing & road opener help please

Posted: Sat Mar 13, 2010 9:19 am
by annie2
Great discussion--thank you! I just received my LM Chinese Wash and will be using it to clean up after our construction and remodeling is completed--fresh start n all :)

Re: Chinese wash, uncrossing & road opener help please

Posted: Sat Mar 13, 2010 9:35 am
by 2010luckyme
I am doing my home cleansing today and the uncrossing tomorro, road opener next week.
I feel so light already and this is a great motivation to really give my home and myself a spring cleaning and a fresh start :)

Chinese Wash Appropriate??

Posted: Sun Mar 28, 2010 10:21 am
by annie2
Hello everyone :)

My husband and I are in the middle of remodeling our house. At the moment it is physically a disaster area as well as having a very scattered energy feel to it.
My question:
I would like to do a physical and spiritual cleansing of the house when the work is done (in about a week) and I'm wondering if Chinese Wash would be appropriate to use for this purpose?

Thanks so much!
Annie

Re: Chinese Wash Appropriate??

Posted: Sun Mar 28, 2010 10:26 am
by catherineyronwode
That is exactly the sort of situation where Chinese Wash is both appropriate and highly taditional to employ.

WAT-CHI-GL04
Chinese Wash, 4 oz.
$5.50

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Re: Chinese Wash Appropriate??

Posted: Sun Mar 28, 2010 10:53 am
by annie2
Thank You so much :)
I'm anxious to get my house put back to rights-- It will be lovely when everything is fresh and clean and new--on every level.

Re: cloudy chinese wash?

Posted: Tue Apr 06, 2010 7:43 pm
by catherineyronwode
It seems to happen when the weather is cold, and once they go cloudy, they don't turn clear again, even when the weather warms up, unless we actually heat them, like in an oven, very hot. Some trick of chemistry ...

LM Chinese Wash rocks the house!

Posted: Sun May 16, 2010 3:07 pm
by Flamethrower
I like everything about LM Chinese Wash - the cool label, the way the scent lifts the mood of the house, and it's environmentally friendly!

Thanks for another awesome product :D

Re: LM Chinese Wash rocks the house!

Posted: Mon May 17, 2010 5:37 am
by Dawn2
I will second this!

And will also add that on a mundane level, it cleans the floor very well to.


Dawn

Re: LM Chinese Wash rocks the house!

Posted: Mon May 17, 2010 11:07 pm
by Joseph Magnuson
LM Chinese Wash is, indeed, the bees knees... it makes mopping the floors, etc so worth the elbow grease!

-Joseph

Re: LM Chinese Wash rocks the house!

Posted: Fri May 21, 2010 7:51 pm
by Moxy
I love this stuff as well! I cannot live without it!

Re: LM Chinese Wash rocks the house!

Posted: Fri May 21, 2010 8:48 pm
by jwmcclin
I agree...

Re: Chinese wash, uncrossing & road opener help please

Posted: Sat Jun 05, 2010 9:42 pm
by luckycharms13
So you're not supposed to throw the used Chinese Wash water in your front yard (mine faces East)? What happens if you do? The bad energy stays there?

Re: Chinese wash, uncrossing & road opener help please

Posted: Sun Jun 06, 2010 7:25 am
by Devi Spring
Well, you're basically throwing the mess into your own yard. So it didn't go very far! LOL. You want to dispose of it AT LEAST off of your property, though a crossroads is best. Generally speaking with mopwater, I do the same as with baths - I take a small portion to the crossroads, but I dump the bulk of the water off of my property (usually out into the public street).

Re: Chinese wash, uncrossing & road opener help please

Posted: Sun Jun 06, 2010 9:37 am
by luckycharms13
So what should I do to cleanse the spot in my front yard where I dumped it? Toss a fresh bucket of Wash water on it? Burn some Cast Off Evil incense over the area?

In the future, can I just flush the used Wash down the toilet? I don't really like the idea of it just sitting out somewhere if it's still got bad energy in it. I just figured it was like sanitizer and killed the bad stuff on contact, you know?

Re: Chinese wash, uncrossing & road opener help please

Posted: Sun Jun 06, 2010 10:31 am
by Devi Spring
Yes, you could flush it - but I would still take a small portion to the crossroads.

You can do a divination to find out if you need to repeat the cleansing or not.

Re: Chinese wash, uncrossing & road opener help please

Posted: Sun Jun 06, 2010 1:43 pm
by luckycharms13
Well I just got a pretty good sign that it was a bad idea lol. Oh well, I figure all the work I'm doing will overcome it.

Chinese wash=yummy smelling house!

Posted: Sat Jul 03, 2010 2:01 pm
by Maljen
In my most recent LM order, I ordered two bottles of Chinese wash because I knew I was going to be doing a major mundane and spiritual cleansing of my place, which includes deep cleaning the carpets in the two bedrooms. I added about a teaspoon of CW to each fill up on the steam cleaner, and now I have the yummiest smelling place EVER! :lol: Not only do I literally feel the gunk being cleaned out of my house, CW has a lovely real lemon smell to it which has always been on of my favorite smells in the house since childhood. I foresee a lot of ritual cleaning going on in my house whether it needs it or not, just to have this smell around! Yet again I tip my hat to Miss Cat and her staff for another great product!

Re: Chinese wash=yummy smelling house!

Posted: Sun Jul 04, 2010 6:37 am
by Devi Spring
Chinese Wash does smell really lovely!

Re: Chinese wash=yummy smelling house!

Posted: Sun Jul 04, 2010 7:01 am
by jwmcclin
I agree.

Re: Chinese wash=yummy smelling house!

Posted: Sun Jul 04, 2010 11:24 am
by Maljen
Devi Spring

I keep going into the spare bedroom (where I used it yesterday) and sniffing! Now that the carpet's dried, the smell is fainter, but it's still there and I love it! :)

And I know I'll sound horribly crazy, but I seriously want to go swimming in Cat's Rose Water......I've always loved that scent too, and her blend is beyond lovely. Can't stop sniffing that bottle too!

Re: Chinese wash=yummy smelling house!

Posted: Mon Jul 05, 2010 2:29 pm
by Devi Spring
I like to make a face-spritz with rose water, witch hazel, and frankincense essential oil. It's fantastic for the complexion and smells divine, too!

Full cleaning w/ Chinese Wash & dirt floor & then what?

Posted: Fri Aug 06, 2010 3:40 pm
by niteraptor
i am trying to make sure that my house is clean and safe after much negativity has transpired. so we are
doing a full Chinese wash on the house, and i realized some flaws in the plan, the basement is layered with concrete slabs, stone walls and dirt. how do i wash this?

The first wash of a white painted floor made red water,an odd effect, and the green painted floor made black. i figured it was probably from formerly being occupied by my nasty SIL. These rooms i have scrubbed twice, and are now peaceful. but i still have the full basement, and the outside to cleanse, this includes a garden where we grow our food and our driveway and the car, can i use Chinese wash on a car and bicycles?

o and something we noticed, that as we dumped each bucket once the water got really nasty and every time, a LARGE truck or car came out of nowhere and almost hit us as we stand on the side of the road. this is weird cause we started this floor washing after 10 last nite and we live on a back road.

i dont want to get rid of my rugs, mattresses and upholstered chairs, but how can the wash be used on them other then as a laundry additive?

thank you everyone

Re: Full cleaning w/ Chinese Wash & dirt floor & then what?

Posted: Tue Aug 10, 2010 12:30 am
by Turnsteel
Hello :)
niteraptor wrote:the basement is layered with concrete slabs, stone walls and dirt. how do i wash this?
Just to be clear, what is the floor itself made of? Even if it is an actual dirt floor you can clean the place buy burning incense, sage is good, or sweep the place with a new broom that you spray with a solotion of Chinese wash and water.
niteraptor wrote:but i still have the full basement, and the outside to cleanse, this includes a garden where we grow our food and our driveway and the car,can i use Chinese wash on a car and bicycles?
If you can rent or borrow a power-washer used to hose down the outside of houses, and if this would be do-able with whatever kind of exterior you have, you can mix some Chinese wash into the water. But honestly I wouldn't worry too much about it, its the inside of the house you want to deal with, same for the drive way and garden. As for the car and bikes, yes you can wash them down with Chinese Wash.
niteraptor wrote:i dont want to get rid of my rugs, mattresses and upholstered chairs, but how can the wash be used on them other then as a laundry additive?
Mix it into a spray bottle with water (I prefer clean rain water personally) and pray over it, then use that to spritz your mattresses, chairs,rugs and the like, works great for the inside of cars too. Wipe them down with a clean cloth. Also for the rugs and crapets, you can add Chinese Wash to a steam mop ;)

I do hope that helps :)

Re: Chinese wash=yummy smelling house!

Posted: Sun Sep 19, 2010 4:17 pm
by Maljen
Oooooo, that does sound nice, especially on a really hot day.......Looks like I need to stock up on small spritzer bottles! Thanks for the suggestion, Devi.