A Traditional Floor Wash, House Scrub, and Jinx-Breaker
Comes with: (FloorWash Special Chi Wash, Min Salt .and Cleasing Oil)
"Don't let bad, ill, or ugly house odors spoil all your Success, Love, Happiness, and Good Times. Do you want Folks to come to your house and stay with you? Do you wish to rent out rooms? Do you want to keep your Husband at home? Many times when people find their loved ones running off it seems to them as if someone had put a Jinxing Condition on the Home. Maybe the house was not kept Spiritually Clean. Don't take a chance with foul, Evil Smelling Messes around. Get a Fresh New Start. Attract and Hold your Family at Home. A sweet smelling House should help do it. Get rid of Unpleasant Odors and wash away any Bad Stuff around the house. Just pour a few drops of Chinese Wash in the scrub water and wash your Floors, Doorsteps, Corners of Rooms, and Closets. Spray a little on the Beds, Furniture, Curtains, and Walls. Use it in Washing Clothes. When it is properly diluted, our Lucky Mojo Brand Chinese Wash is safe to clean most household surfaces. It is made according to the Old Original Formula with genuine Oriental Grasses and Gums. Get a bottle immediately and note the improvement. Never be without it."
What It Is and How to Use It
Chinese Wash is used in rites of protection; in spiritual house-cleansings; to clean away messes left by enemy root workers; to open the way for new beginnings; and to purify the home in the interests of maintaining marital fidelity and a peaceful home, keeping rooms rented, or attracting customers to a bawdy-house or private gambling den.
Always dilute Chinese Wash in water before use as a floor wash, of course. Old instructions tell you to use one, two, or three teaspoonsful per pail of warm scrub water, depending on the strength of the job you need to do. You may also add a dash of ammoniato the pail-full, if you like. It is also a common pactice to strengthen the scrub water by adding a few drops of hoodoo oils for your own specific protective.
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. To dispose ofthe left-over wash water, throw it out the front door or into the front yard, toward the East, if possible.
After cleaning the premises outward with Chinese Wash, it is also customary to wash the path and front door entryway inward with a small amount of water in which you have stirred some herb-based hoodoo oils for various luck-drawing conditions, such as Attraction, Money Drawing, or Fast Luck spiritual supplies, or a home-made mixture such as cinnamon (for wealth), sugar (for sweet things), and urine )to mark your place for yourself alone).
Young's Chinese Wash was a commercial liquid cleaning product that acquired a very strong occult and magical reputation among African-American root workers during the 1920s. When the original manufacturing company, went out of business, the name Chinese Wash became a sort of generic term for spiritual floor wash, but each contemporary manufacturer has its own trademarked recipe and logo. Sadly, most modern makers just use the name, but have no idea what the product should contain. There are a number of faked-up formulas for Chinese Wash, some of which consist of dyed water -- available in green, red, or yellow -- but the authentic recipe used by the original makers of Young's Chinese Wash is yellow only, and was labelled, circa 1920-1945: "A Detergent Preparation with the Delightful Aroma of Oriental Gums and Grasses" and a label decorated with a smiling Chinese man in a tunic looking down on a group of fleeing devils. At the Lucky Mojo Curio Company, we use the authentic old formula, and we have created a label that harkens back to the original concept, as a mark of our continuity with historical precents.
The addition of broom corn straws to Lucky Mojo brand Chinese Wash, although not part of the original Young's formula, also has a long history in the African American community. Insertion of broom straws was done at home by root workers and Hoodoo practitioners. This way of working seems to go back to African usage and to be related to African foot track and thus to the African idea of purification of the doorstep bysweeping and ritual washing down of the path to the home with herbs and liquids.
One 1940s-50s competitor to Young's Chinese Wash was Temple Fragran (no, that is not a typo -- it is Fragran) and the makers of that spiritual cleaning product.
At the Lucky Mojo Curio Co., we too add broom corn straws to our bottles of Chinese Wash because many of our younger urban customers are not familiar enough with the tradition to know that they should add them when they first receive the bottle. Thus we try to keep alive the traditional ingredients and usage of Chinese Wash.
The Floor Wash Special
FloorWashes can be made up for a wide variety of purposes, including spiritual cleaning, money-drawing, attracting love, causing a married couple to quarrel, or dominating one's boss.
It is traditional to combine three ingredients when making up a spiritual floor wash. There are many treasured family recipes for such washes. Most begin with water, plus a variety of liquids, (from ammonia and vinegar to urine and turpentine), to which are added mineral salts, herbs and/or dressing oils. The ingredients in any given floor wash recipe will, of course, depend upon the condition one seeks to bring about.
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Country: WALNUT CREEKUnited States(94598)
Shipping conditions: Buyer pays shipping expenses, International shipping
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Auction started: Jan 27, 2019 - 22:46
Auction ends: Feb 26, 2019 - 22:46
Auction ID: 88