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Posted 18 December 2011 - 09:58 PM
I do not have any enjo at the moment but some people swear by it others like me are or have been sceptical. Which enjo products would you recommend? I would love one for cleaning mirrors and also an all purpose one if there was such thing. Perhaps one for soap scum..
Posted 09 January 2012 - 05:02 PM
Start by getting all the cloths you need for a room. Bathroom mitt and miracle will do your shower, bath, vanity & mirror.
I love the floor cleaner & fibres for my tiles. Marble paste! even works on permanent texta when a toddler does a line on the walls from one end of the house to the other..
Posted 09 January 2012 - 05:09 PM
I use the Enjo spa range body mitt and face mitt. Love those.
Around the house I love the bathroom glove and miracle, the dust glove and floor fibre, the yellow floor fibre for my tiles and I use the kitchen glove and miracle. If I had my time over, I probably wouldn't buy the kitchen glove and miracle again, a couple of microfibre cloths are just as effective.
My favourite item of all is the bathroom miracle. I use it for all the glass and mirrors in my house.
Posted 27 January 2012 - 04:12 PM
Window cleaning products and the mop handle extends the pole so I can clean my high windows.
Posted 27 January 2012 - 04:26 PM
How do you buy enjo products? I'm not interested in hosting a demo.
Posted 27 January 2012 - 07:11 PM
You don't have to host a demo to buy, just send a request online and someone will call you. Their laundry detegent is awesome too!
Posted 29 January 2012 - 11:07 PM
Part of the appeal to people, or the marketing approach anyway, of Enjo, is not using chemicals. I don't so it wasn't a big 'oooh' there.
The next thing is, it's mostly microfibre cloths.
I have a heap of NB Bumgenius inserts which are the same, and I bought a micrifibre 'glass' (cleaning) tea towel from Target that I cut up an overlocked.
They do just as good a job - on the stainless, the glass etc no streaking.
If you can't sew and don't have NB inserts about, there are microfibre ready-tobuy cloths that will do the same job.
For the floors (we have mostly slate) I did get an Oates mfibre mop but the 'head' thing was wierd, so I just ran up some out of old towels (that had enough 'tread' on them) and there's 10-15 cloths for the mop, no rinsing out inbetween just put on a new one.
So I think Enjo is great if you were cleaning with chemicals before and can afford the price.
Otherwise skip the chemicals, get some microfibre cloths and you're in the same boat for a lot less $
but if you're doing it, then go for it and enjoy cleaning without the nasties
Edited by KristyMum-, 29 January 2012 - 11:08 PM.
Posted 29 January 2012 - 11:13 PM
My mum uses Enjo and I honestly think I do just as good a job with the 6 pack of microfibre cloths I bout for $5 at the reject shop. I dont use any chemicals most of the time just plain water. Harshest thing I have in my cupboard is a spray bottle which is water with a squirt of earth brand dishwashing liquid in it, I use it for things that have left a coloured stain like beetroot(which enjo often wont remove)
Posted 02 February 2012 - 04:38 PM
Great stuff! My Enjo is nearly 5 yrs old and used weekly and still going great , so you really can't compare it to 'cheap' versions. You do get what you pay for.
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