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    I LOVE my Enjo!!!! - (well all except the laundry ones - I just can't seem to get that one to work)

    I use Enjo at home and also my PT cleaning job

    I also love the fact that I can let/get the kids to use it and I'm not worried about then cleaning with chemicals

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    I think some people expect the enjo to be magic. But the thing is you need to make sure your house is clean then start to enjo - it's to going to work magic on a bathroom that hasn't been cleaned for 2 weeks!

    I have the bathroom ones and their calcium dissolver liquid which is fantastic. I love it for the bathroom and they really work on my scummy shower screen. It works great on the mirrors too.

    The mop is fantastic - I don't have one - but will be getting one as soon as I can afford it! Now that I have my new kitchen I think I'll get the kitchen ones too. My GF loves it for her floorboards.

    I think they are great

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    I love my Enjo. The bathroom glove and miracle is great, so is the dust glove and I love the mop with the dust and gloss floor fibres. I think the bathroom miracle is my favourite though, I use it on all my glass and mirrors. Yes, I agree it wasn't cheap, but in the last year since I bought it, the only cleaning product I have bought is squirt under the rim stuff for the toilet.

    I also really like the face and body gloves. I am surprised at how well they work. Now all I use on my face and body is the gloves, water and a moisturiser.

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    I saw a demo and while i did like it and it does look like it would work well I was shocked how expensive it is so didn't buy anything.

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    I would love enjo products, had a demo years ago and it's just never gotten to the top of turn to buy list,keeps getting bumped down, I would love the broom and bathroom things I think, not to fussed on the kitchen stuff.


    Took the red pill.

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    I'll be back later tonight -

    will post a few links to youtube vids if that is ok with BH?

    and chat a bit more....


    I SHOULD be making the most most of my child free day, instead of hittng 'new posts'

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    Love it, love it, love it!

    I have the bathroom glove and miracle, the mop with dust and tile floor fibre, window cleaner and indoor miracle and the kitchen glove and miracle.

    I purchased these while I was still working full time, now they would not be a priority.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kel87 View Post
    I think some people expect the enjo to be magic. But the thing is you need to make sure your house is clean then start to enjo - it's to going to work magic on a bathroom that hasn't been cleaned for 2 weeks!
    I don't agree with this at all. I've been an Enjo user for 9 years now and it's cleaned up some really grotty, dirty, filthy stuff! I used to sell it too and some of the houses that I went in to and what the enjo did with them..wow! For example, one house has yellow tiles in the kitchen...I gave them a wipe with the Enjo kitchen glove and they weren't yellow, they were white!


    I love Enjo...the only one I can't get to work is my laundry mini. Not sure if I'm using it wrong but it has been a real let down. I couldn't live without my Enjo mop.

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    opps a double post

    But will add while I am here that I agree with Areca. I have been witness to quite a few amazing transformations with the use of the kitchen glove. It is amazing the amount of grease it can get off a BBQ!
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    Silly question perhaps but how are they different to normal microfibre cloths from the $2 shop? I find a damp one works well on bathroom sinks, kitchen counters and I use with brown vinegar for glass. Is enjo better?


 

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