Examples of Usages:
CLEANING, LIGHT - Use 1/8 ounce of Miracle II Soap in 32-ounce spray bottle of water. Use on glass, mirrors, countertops, stainless steel, refrigerators, fiberglass, leathers and plastic.
CLEANING, MEDIUM - Add 2 ounces of Miracle II Soap in 32-ounce spray bottle of water to clean dishes, floors, bathrooms, tile, cabinets, paneling, refrigerator, skin, carpet, spot remover, upholstery, stainless steel, fiberglass, automobile, mildew, soot on brick and stone.
Talk about cost effective! If I were to fill up a 32 oz. spray bottle at home I put 1 oz. soap and 1 oz. nuetralizer and fill the rest of the bottle up with water. This mixture cleans everything beautifully. It cleans glass spotlessly, chrome shines up, it disinfects, and actually seems to keep areas cleaner longer. One of my gals at work said to me about a week into using the soap..."I would think these bathrooms had already been cleaned when I come in at night to clean them except for the paper towels in the cans!" Even some of my employees who aren't so great at the details of cleaning can't loose when they use the soap to clean with. It looks fabulous when they're done. I believe that we bless every person whose desk is sprayed and wiped off weekly with this product! Wiping walls off is a breeze with this as well.
Miracle Soap is the best all around cleaner in the world, but that is not all it does! More and more scientists and doctors are agreeing that body pH is the dividing line between health and disease. The Miracle Soap & Neutralizer, help remove toxins from the body that are responsible for pain and disease by increasing pH and oxygen levels in the body. Dr. Otto Warburg received a Nobel Prize for discovering that Cancer cannot live in a body that is well oxygenated. Raising the pH from 4.0 to 7.0, puts 1,000 times more oxygen into the cells.
I use it to clean and I haven't seen any spiders or bugs around my house for a long time. Lime accumulates on the handle to the tank of my toilet. I thought I needed to call the plumber. I squirted the soap and neutralizer on the handle periodically and would rub it around with my finger and it took off all the lime. It saved me a plumbing bill!
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