Not Everyone Who Believes In God Uses Miracle II
But Everyone Who Uses Miracle II Believes In God.
Miracle II is a gentle, environmentally friendly, biodegradable soap with remarkable cleaning, cleansing, degreasing, neutralizing, and detoxifying attributes and contains no animal fats, harmful chemicals or preservatives. Although some information is given as to its ingredients, its composition is a proprietary trade secret. The company manufacturing Miracle II, Tedco, Inc., is privately held and its inspired founder began Miracle II three decades ago. It started as basically an industrial cleaner used primarily in local restaurants as a degreaser. But because it is such a powerful cleansing agent and yet an extremely pleasant, environmentally friendly, and human friendly substance, people began to experiment with it. Before long people were washing their hands and their bodies with it and soaking in it in bath tubs. Tedco began receiving reports that Miracle II did wonders for the skin, with several claims that it cleared up very serious skin ailments. It is so gentle that people began washing their kids and babies in it in bubble baths. Used in bubble baths, it is not irritating to children’s eyes and will not cause bladder or vaginal infections like many commercial bubble baths. People were pouring their used bath water on plants and the plants were thriving.
As personal human uses of Miracle II expanded, some began to brush their teeth with it and to ingest small quantities of the soap with reports of whiter teeth, gum problems clearing up, and parasites leaving. Demand developed for extracting the non-suds part of the soap to make it more tolerable to the human pallet. This extracted substance from the soap was labeled “neutralizer” and it became very popular with Miracle II users. Tedco began receiving several reports of the health benefits experienced by those ingesting the neutralizer (usually an ounce or two daily). Reports were received of neutralizer being poured into murky ponds that then cleared up, and that growers of crawfish doubled the size of the crawfish with neutralizer. Later the neutralizer was made into a gel and lotion for use on the skin, which resulted in more testimonials on the beneficial effect of Miracle II on the skin, including clearing up serious skin conditions. Claims were being made that insects such as ants were repulsed by the soap. Moisturizers were put in the original soap for those with dry skin.
People complained that the soap was too expensive to use in washing clothes so a laundry ball was developed containing a mixture of the soap and neutralizer which conditions water and fabrics such that fabrics tend to release the soil within them without consuming any of the soap or neutralizer. This laundry ball has also been used in dishwashing machines and with the soap in bubble baths, all with positive testimonials. In addition, the ball has been used as a massage ball with the gel with reported beneficial effects. The deodorant stone is not derived from the soap and is just something that is offered by the company as a natural, chemical free way of combating body odor.
Today the company offers seven products:
The soaps and neutralizer come in normal strength, double strength, and triple strength. The neutralizer also comes in powder form. The gel is available in normal strength and 7-fold strength. The lotion is currently only available in normal strength.
With the personal use of this soap mushrooming throughout
The bottom line is that this is a powerful soap that is gentle, environmentally friendly, and biodegradable, contains no animal fats or harmful chemicals or preservatives, and should be investigated by anyone seriously health conscious or concerned about the environment. While we cannot personally attest to all of the beneficial claims made in all the testimonies recorded on numerous web sites, some with zealous religious fervor, we have personally received some testimonials ourselves; spent considerable time with the inventor and founder of the company that manufactures Miracle II; have been using it extensively ourselves with very favorable results; and are convinced that this soap should get the widest exposure possible for not only personal uses, but also for industrial and agricultural uses. One thing we can unequivocally assure you is that if you bathe exclusively in Miracle II soap you will never have another ring around your bathtub. If you want to live clean, Miracle II is the way to go!
We have made arrangements with the company to offer the Miracle II products in bulk at wholesale to visitors to our web site. In bulk means you must order at least a case (twelve 8 oz or 22 oz bottles or one 1 gal bottle) or one large container (15 gal or 55 gal). You may mix the case (i.e., any 12-bottle mix of soap, neutralizer, gel, lotion, etc.) and may order an additional amount in less than a case for shipping with the case, but you must order at least one case with each order. We may later accept credit cards and accept orders electronically across the internet, but for now it’s either a check or money order in advance of shipment. We will not ship until personal checks clear or are verified, which may take as long as a week but usually can be done the day received. A wire transfer can be arranged for those with large orders wanting immediate shipment. If you represent an industrial or agricultural concern, we encourage you to experiment with the soap and neutralizer in cleaning applications, water treatment, soil treatment, and animal applications. If you are an individual, you could resell these products which retail at significantly higher prices or you could go in with friends and share a case. Additional discounts are available to those who commit to resell the products. Further discounts are available to those who purchase in large volume (five 4-gallon cases or 12-item cases at one time). We will drop ship.
To place an order, print out this form (click here), complete it, and mail it together with your shipping address, phone number and a check or money order payable to Ann Knauff to:
Chattanooga, TN 37411-1209
If you have any questions regarding the use of Miracle II, want more information regarding additional discounts for a commitment to resell the products or for purchases in large volume, or have any difficulty in finding, printing or filling out the order form, you may call Ann Knauff at (423) 698-2647 during the extended office hours from 9 am to 8 pm prevailing Eastern US time Monday through Friday.
BE SURE TO SHAKE THE MIRACLE II MOISTURIZING SOAP WELL BEFORE EACH USE TO BE SURE THE MOISTURIZING OILS MIX WELL WITH THE SOAP.
Roubidoux is a book of true tales of the Huckleberry Finn type adventures of a boy who journeys from
delinquency in California to Southern culture in the Missouri Ozarks. Although told
through the eyes of a twelve year old who never grows old, much of the real life
adventure is emotionally timeless with appeal to all ages. Brutally honest at
times but never off colored.
Excerpts from from Chapters 1 and 10 of Roubidoux may be read below.
The book is published by AuthorHouse (888-519-5121) and may be ordered here.
If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster and treat those two imposters just the same..." Rudyard Kipling
His name was Joe. At least that is what he told us when we first met him that Saturday morning many years ago. His voice drifted up the stairwell from the living room to our bedroom and woke us at our house at 1636 E Street in Napa, California. Although I had never met him before, there was something telling in his voice. He was a confederate, a noble Southern gentleman, and a rebel who had lost the Civil War. It was almost like being in the lobby of a theater featuring Gone With The Wind where you could hear the actors' voices but not see the picture. And yet the voice was so vivid you could almost envision the picture and anticipate the thunderous theme music breaking in at any moment and blending with this strong but gentle Southern accent we heard. All of this was going through my mind as I descended the stairs from our bedroom with my brothers. I liked this guy before ever I laid my eyes on him. I was nine years old. He was in his thirties and as far as I knew this was his first date with mymother. It seemed a little strange since it was a Saturday morning. Could not remember if my mother ever had a guy over on a Saturday morning before, but this guy was different. He actually enjoyed talking to kids. I think he even made pancakes that very first Saturday, and he certainly made pancakes just about every Saturday after that for a long time. He made the best pancakes I ever tasted and he would keep making them as long as we would eat them. Me and my three brothers and sister had never eaten so well at breakfast....
"How do I love thee? Let me count the ways…. " Elizabeth Barrett Browning
As captain of the football team it was my chore to crown the homecoming queen who happened to be Susan Akins, the girlfriend of Roy Rastorfer, another guy on the team. Having re-injured my rib in a subsequent game after West Plains, I was not supposed to play in the homecoming game and thought that it would be improper for me to crown the queen if I did not dress out to play. So I suggested that maybe Roy could crown the queen since we were all pretty sure his girlfriend Susan would be elected homecoming queen. Since I did not date girls and never got personal with them, the word got out that I was afraid of kissing a girl in front of the entire county at the homecoming football game. This got entirely out of hand. It got so bad that Principle Millman stopped me in the hall at school in front of everybody and said, "Mike, you are captain of the football team and you are going to crown the homecoming queen. If you don't want to kiss her, that's fine. You can shake her hand, but you are going to crown her!" Now I was totally humiliated. Here I was arguably one of the toughest guys in the entire school and yet now I had the reputation of being afraid of kissing a girl. I was determined to do this and told the coach that I was going to dress out to play. The coach kept all the players in the locker room during homecoming festivities to concentrate on the game and only the co-captain, Bob Shelton, and I jogged out to perform our homecoming chores. On our way out there Bob said, "Mike, I swear I'll kill you if you shake her hand!" I assured Bob that I would kiss her. Bob and I were standing in front of the crowd flanked by cheerleaders with the four homecoming queen candidates facing us. Mr. Hardin was on the PA and announced that Susan was the homecoming queen and asked her to step forward. The crown was on a pillow being held by Connie Ragain, the cheerleader standing next to me. Well this was show time and I was determined to do this right. I took the crown and placed it on Susan's head. I held her shoulders as I bent down, turned my head and pressed my lips to hers. A few seconds later I backed off and assumed my position next to Connie and Bob thinking I had pulled it off without a hitch. But Mr. Hardin over the PA said to me with the entire county listening, "Mike, you did your usual good job, but we didn't get a picture of any of that, so let me walk you through it all again." A photographer jumped out of the crowd with a camera and flash. Mr. Hardin then said, "Now we know you already crowned her but just pretend like you are crowning her for the picture." So I did. "And now the kiss." I held Susan's shoulders again, bent down and turned my head and pressed my lips to hers again. A few seconds later I again assumed my position between Connie and Bob thinking well at last this thing is over. But something was terribly wrong. Everyone was laughing, including Mr. Hardin over the PA. Mr. Hardin finally gained his composure and said to me with the entire county listening, "Mike, you again did your usual good job, but the flash didn't work. You'll have to kiss her again!" So I did it all again, only this time I did not close my eyes as my lips met Susan's lips and I lingered with my lips pressed to hers a little longer to make sure the photographer got the picture. By this time the chemistry between Susan and I began to kick in. Sparks were flying, electricity was flowing, the earth stood still. It almost got romantic. Susan was the first girl I ever kissed and I never will forget it.