Miracle II Soap – is it a miracle for cleaning?

Miracle II Soap – is it a miracle for cleaning?

Miracle II Soap

$15.95
4.95

Effectiveness

4.8/5

Uses

5.0/5

Value

5.0/5

Like

  • Use for multi-purpose cleaning as well as heavy-duty cleaning
  • Can use on everything in your home including yourself
  • Cost-Effective: Cheap and efficient for cleaning your home and body
  • All-Natural and safe to use around pets and children. Ingredients right on the bottle.

Do Not Like As Much

  • Using it as a dish soap

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Cherry
Cherry

With kids and pets, messes are a daily occurrence. This couldn’t have been truer, than after my wife and I purchased our first home then got a six week old (part chocolate lab) puppy, we named Cherry. There were messes (pee, poop, vomit, mud, spills, etc.) around the clock.

So I started looking for a cleaning product that could clean up these messes and was non-toxic and free of any synthetic or harsh chemicals. We knew Cherry would be licking anything and everything she could get her tongue on, and we didn’t want her licking or consuming synthetic or harsh chemicals.

I began by using all-natural multi-purpose household cleaners, including everyday household products like vinegar and baking soda. They worked okay, but I either had to use a lot of the product, had to let it soak, or put a lot of elbow grease into it. We both worked so we didn’t have a lot of time or wanted to spend the time, cleaning these frequent messes. When there was a mess, I wanted to clean it up quickly and efficiently with no leftover residue, long waiting or soaking, using a lot of product, or after smell.

The Solution

One day when my mom was over at my house, I mentioned my cleaning dilemma and how I hadn’t found the right cleaner to clean up Cherry’s messes. That’s when she mentioned Miracle II Soap and how it was a great natural multi-purpose cleaner.

Although my mom had been using Miracle II Soap to clean her home and other families’ homes for over ten years, I had never used it. She happened to have some and gave me a (22 oz) bottle with about an inch of the greenish turquoise liquid left in it. She said to put a few drops of it into a spray bottle with water.

After preparing a spray bottle with the mixture, I was ready to give it a try on the next mess. Soon I found out that Miracle II was different. When there was any type of spill or pet mess, I just sprayed a small amount of Miracle II Soap and water mixture on it, then wiped it up and went about my day. There was no type of leftover residue or after smell.

It didn’t take long, and I started using Miracle II Soap and water as my go-to multi-purpose cleaner to clean up messes quickly and efficiently. But I found it can do more than that!

The many uses of Miracle II Soap

It’s a soap … cleaner … degreaser … and deodorizer… all in one! Miracle II Soap cleanses your skin, your hair, and your home — including the laundry.

Since my wife and I bought our first home five years ago, some things have changed (moved to a bigger house, had a son, and got another cat), and the way I used Miracle II Soap changed as well.

Below is a list of the ways I have used Miracle II Soap to clean just about anything, including myself.

Cleaning uses

Multi-purpose cleaner

Cleaning effectiveness as a multi-purpose cleaner:5 out of 5 stars (5 / 5)

Use it as a multi-purpose cleaner to clean up household messes quickly. As I mentioned in the beginning, what appealed to me (and solved my cleaning problem) was that Miracle II Soap cleaned up my household and pet messes quickly and efficiently with no leftover residue, long waiting, or soaking, using a lot of product, or after smell.

Use the ratios below to make your multi-purpose cleaner:

Light Cleaning: Mix Miracle II Soap & Water by adding 1/8 oz to 32 oz spray bottle. Note: Add water very slowly. Use this on glass mirrors, countertops, stainless steel, refrigerators, fiberglass, leather, and plastic.

Disinfectant spray for viruses

Since the coronavirus pandemic started, there has been an emphasis placed on using household cleaning products as well as other household products to combat and possibly prevent the spread of the coronavirus. The CDC especially recommends this for high-touch surfaces around your home and car.

You can turn your multi-purpose cleaner into a disinfectant against the coronavirus and other viruses.

The EPA has established the List N: Disinfectants for Use Against SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19)

On this list are two common everyday household products and ethyl alcohol (the alcohol you drink).

Combine a few drops of miracle soap, one cup of water, and one cup of the following ingredients in a spray bottle.

Isopropanol (70% Isopropyl Alcohol): Must come in contact with the surface for five minutes.

Hydrogen Peroxide: Must come in contact with the surface for 5 – 10  minutes.

Ethanol (Ethyl alcohol) (my mom recommends vodka): Must come in contact with the surface for five minutes.

I created my disinfectant spray using 70% isopropyl alcohol, and it’s come in handy not only for high-touch surfaces around my home but for cleaning and disinfecting my toddler son’s potty training messes.

Regular and heavy duty cleaning

Cleaning effectiveness for regular and heavy-duty cleaning:5 out of 5 stars (5 / 5)

Although I first used Miracle II Soap as a multi-purpose cleaner, I quickly started using it for regular weekly cleaning of my home as well as any deep and spring cleaning.

It works great! And to prove it check out the video of me cleaning my grill grate.

Use the ratios below to make your regular/ medium and heavy-duty cleaners:

Medium Cleaning: Mix Miracle II Soap & Water by adding 2 oz to 32 oz spray bottle. Note: Add water very slowly. Use this on dishes, floors, bathrooms, tile, cabinets, paneling, refrigerator, skin, carpet, spot remover, upholstery, stainless steel, fiberglass, automobile mildew, soot on brick and stone.

Heavy Cleaning: Mix Miracle II Soap & Water by adding 4 oz to 32 oz spray bottle. Note: Add water very slowly. Use this on floors, grease traps, drains, pots, pans, dishes, hands, skin, ovens, glass fireplace doors, white sidewall tires, bad carpet stains, holding tanks on campers, clothes, wax stripper, steam cleaning, oil on carports, crazy glue cleanup.

Everyday household uses

Laundry soap

Cleaning effectiveness as a laundry soap:5 out of 5 stars (5 / 5)

Miracle II Soap can replace your laundry soap. To wash your clothes, add about one tablespoon to a full load of laundry. I have started using Miracle II Soap to wash my clothes and have had great results. It works well for washing baby clothes since some babies may be sensitive to laundry detergents with synthetic dyes or fragrances. By switching to Miracle II Soap, I have also saved myself money on laundry soap.

Dish soap

Cleaning effectiveness as a dish soap:4 out of 5 stars (4 / 5)

You can use Miracle II Soap as dish soap to clean your dishes. My experience has been that you need a lot of it to wash your dishes, and it doesn’t last long. But one thing I did notice is that it makes any type of glass shine something I have not seen with any other dish soap.

Clean your body with it

As shampoo, facial, and body wash:5 out of 5 stars (5 / 5)

On the Miracle II Soap bottle, it says, “Nature’s Miracle for the Face, Skin & Hair.” But how well does it work for your face, skin, and hair?

Face: I use a dime-size amount of Miracle II Soap to wash my face. After I wash my face, my skin feels great, and there is no excessive dryness that a lot of facial soaps can leave.

Body/ Skin: You can use Miracle II Soap like body wash and add it to a loofah or rub it on your body. Just like when I use it on my face, using it on my skin, also does not cause my skin to dry out.

Hair: As a shampoo, it is no different than any other all-natural shampoo. Cleans my hair without leaving a dry scalp.

What makes Miracle II Soap work so well?

First of all Miracle II soap is all-natural and organic in nature. It contains nothing synthetic or any of the following: Parabens (Methyl, Propyl, Butyl and Ethyl Paraben), propylene glycol, Sodium Lauryl (Laurel) Sulfate (SLS) or (SLES), Diethanolamine (DEA). These processed ingredients are commonly found in household cleaning products as well as cosmetic products and are toxic to your body.

According to the label it is made from the most complex mixture of natural minerals and organics that have ever been blended together.

Miracle-II-Soap-ingredients

The unique ingredients that make Miracle II Soap so effective for cleaning (besides of course prayer and the anointing of God) are:

Electrically engineered eloptic energized oxygenated water

According to Miracle II FAQ’s, “Eloptic” was a word invented by Miracle II creator Clayton Tedeton about the process in which he passes an electrical charge through the water molecules used in the Miracle II Soap and tunes their frequency to vibrate at the same frequency as Aloe Vera molecules. 

This is similar to what happens in the medical and dentistry industry with ultrasonic cleaners. Ultrasonic cleaners charge water molecules to a specific rate of frequency to kill germs, disease, bacteria and sterilize utensils.

Ash of Dedecyl solution

Ash of Dedecyl Solution is a fatty acid taken from the coconut husk that stabilizes the ingredients in Miracle II Soap and keeps them from separating.

Foaming agent

A foaming agent in a cleaner is for clinging and making contact with a dirty surface while allowing the cleaners themselves (detergents and degreasers) to do the cleaning. This is helpful when cleaning vertical surfaces like walls, cabinets, and the refrigerator door. The problem with most cleaners is that they use Sodium Lauryl (Laurel) Sulfate (SLS) or (SLES) as a foaming agent that irritates the skin and can cause other harmful long-term effects. 

The foaming agent used in Miracle II is Laurel, and it’s organically derived from the coconut husk.

What does the combination of all these blessed and some unheard-of ingredients mean? It means Miracle II Soap naturally, safely, and effectively cleans not only your home but your body.

Why should you use Miracle II Soap?

As I have stated earlier, Miracle II Soap is all-natural, effective, and great for all types of cleaning, including your body. However, it is also cost-effective for you and your household.

Efficient and long-lasting: Depending on what you are cleaning, you will only need between ⅛ ounce to 4 ounces. And one 22 oz bottle will make:

  • 384 gallons glass cleaner
  • 2 gallons dish washing soap
  • 22-35 loads of clothes detergent
  • 50 gallons car or truck wash
  • 50 gallons of carpet cleaner
  • 22-35 loads of clothes detergent
  • 50 quart bottles of spot cleaner
  • 2 gallons oven cleaner or carport cleaner
  • 50 gallons of garden spray
  • 50 shampoos for your dog or cat

Inexpensive and saves money on other products: A 22 oz bottle of Miracle II Soap is only $15.95 when you buy it from their website. And depending on what you use Miracle II Soap for you will save money because you will not have to buy any other cleaning products, laundry soap, body and face soap, shampoo, or pet shampoo.

Conclusion

Clayton Tedeton came up with the idea of Miracle II Soap 40 years ago (click here to read the history). And my family has been using it for close to 20 years and myself for five years. It works for our cleaning needs.  I highly recommend Miracle II Soap to anyone who wants a safe, all-natural, effective, versatile cleaning product that is inexpensive and efficient.

If for some reason Miracle II Soap doesn’t satisfy your cleaning needs they have a 30-day guarantee.

Response to "Miracle II Soap – is it a miracle for cleaning?"

  • Wow! I’ve not come across something that is so wonderful yet made with only few and natural ingredients! I am totally sold on the idea of how safe it is for your whole household including your hair and body! This is absolutely amazing. It’s great to know that your mum has been using it for nearly 20 years and yourself for 5 years. It must be really good.

    I’ve saved your page to come back to.

    Many thanks

  • Hi there,

    Great post, it’s not often you get all the information you need from one article on a product, so congrats on achieving that!

    I really need to start using that product, it seems like it can tackle everything. I’ll admit I had to look twice when I read the ingredients!

    Looking forward to seeing what you write next.

    Sharon

  • I had never heard of this before this post? I thank you for the information, I really liked the Grill cleaning aspect as that is always a pain to scrub on forever and still not clean. I have saved the page and will try the product out during the grilling season.

    Very well wrote and included all the information I needed so no further research need be done outstanding!

  • Wow this product looks great! I am a bit of a clean freak. I’m constantly cleaning my worktops and floors, well everything really. I will certainly take a look into this !!!

  • I really enjoyed how you took the trouble to show how this product works in your videos. I have an out door kitchen and needless to say, it is a pain to keep it clean. I am always scrubbing with the copper sponge and I still don’t get things as new and shiny as I would love to see them. You say this is a multi-purpose cleaner, I am just curious, does it leave streaks on stainless steel. Can’t wait to try it out. Thanks for sharing.

    • I am glad you enjoyed the videos Chris. No it doesn’t leave any streaks on stainless steel. Yes give it try, just follow the water ratios for whatever type of cleaning you will be doing.

  • This existed 20 years ago? Having used something that long is quite a testimonial-more than any add could ad to its value. And I have never heard of it so far! It seems as it could replace just about anything in the household which we use for any kind of cleaning and would in the same time be much less “chemical”. Plus, it seems cost-effective, as well, so all good points to decide start using it instead of all the cleaning agents in the house.
    Thank you!

    • You’re welcome Minaher. Yes Miracle II Soap has been around for a while. It’s kind of one of those hidden gems for cleaning.

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