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    Hey FTIB I'm in WA she said 48 hours from when she placed my order!

    Just to jump on board Buttoneskas questions, I'm getting the BBQ set and we don't have one Can I use it for my oven?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buttoneska View Post
    FiveInTheBed - can ypu pls help me with some product info/suggestions

    I need
    -something to clean/polish timber (I have the orange enjo duster mit thing but need something just for wood)
    -something to clean my oven
    -something to polish my oven/sink (all stainless steel)
    -mirror cloth

    Like I said I have the duster thing and also the shower/bathroom scrubber and toilet scrubber with handle.

    I was thinking:
    -kitchen mini plus/kitchen glove (which one?)
    -kitchen miracle (this will polish stainless stell won't it)
    -bathroom or indoor miracle (clean tv, brushed chrome toilet roll holders, taps, mirros etc) - can't really afford both so would need to pick one only
    -general care polishing cloth (do i need to buy the leath balm too - I try not to add anything prefer just the clothes)

    I already have the bathroom miracle, toilet cleaner and dusting mit.
    You are on the right track Buttoneska!

    You can simply 'clean' any timber furniture with the 'all purpose' cloth lightly damp/wet - but if you wanted to polish or buff it up then I would recommend the 'polishing cloth set' which ofcourse can be used with the leather & wood balm to nourish.

    Depending on how dirty your oven is the Kitchen Glove and Miracle will do the trick! I cleaned the old [read feral, disgusting - had not been cleaned for YONKS]oven we pulled out of our kitchen when renovating using the technique in the following link, Marble paste and the kitchen Handy/Kitchen mini plus add extra abrasion for baked on cr@p.
    The Kicthen Glove and Miracle work as a team and can clean EVERY surface - benches, stove tops/ovens, fridges inside and out, cupboard fronts, grills etc
    To 'polish' your sink your sink and any other stainless steel surfaces (I have a double door stainless fridge, oven, dishwasher microwave, kettle) The Glove & Miracle work well - BUT, if you apply some marble paste to your sink, covering it, let it dry and then come back with the miracle to wipe it off - it can really make it 'sparkle'.
    The glove is easier to work with as you are covering a larger surface and your hand is flat, I keep my minis on the rack for spot cleaning and doing the pots/pans/grills/woks.

    http://newsletter.enjo.com.au/June-2...do_happen.aspx


    The Indoor miracle works well pairing up with your orange dusting glove, so you use the dusting glove DRY and the miracle DAMP (reverse to all the other glove and miracle combos) ..remove microscopic dust, hair etc with your glove - then finsh up with the miracle - gets rid of fingerprints in TV screens easily.
    (not to mention kissy lip marks! - yes my kids like to kiss teh TV for some strange reason!)
    If you were deciding BETWEEN the bathroom of indoor miracle, I'd personally stick with the indoor - keep it with the dusting glove and then in the future when the budget allows the Bathroom pack - keep that in the bathroom.



    ..so to summarise I'd suggest at least;
    - Polishing cloth set.
    - Kitchen Glove & Miracle.
    - Indoor Miracle.



    ...buuuuut, to get the most out of your ENJO experience;
    - Kitchen Essentials pack.
    - Marble Paste.
    - Indoor Miracle.
    - Polishing cloth set & Leather/wood balm.
    - Bathroom Essentials Pack



    Hope I haven't confused you even more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thermolicious View Post
    Hey FTIB I'm in WA she said 48 hours from when she placed my order!

    Just to jump on board Buttoneskas questions, I'm getting the BBQ set and we don't have one Can I use it for my oven?
    Why'd I think you were in tassie

    I just had an email come through saying they were overloaded with orders on the weekend and to expect a slight delay ( we had an AMAZING promo running last month!)--- If you really want to know you could ring your consultant to see if she has received a dispatch notification?


    and YEP! - you can use that on your Oven! ..it's basically the same fibre but the glove is a lot bigger and has an elastic wrist band.
    If you do a really grubby job and the glove looks black - squirt it with some washing liquid (or rub some laundry soap on it), run under warm (not hot) water to release the grease and then pop in the wash.
    Only wash in cold/warm water...ENJO fibres don't like HOT, definitely no bleach or softener and no dryer.


    I'm sure you will have it by the end of the week either way!

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    Could someone please tell me how to revive my enjo mop wet fibre thingo (the blue one used for polished tiles)? It has been put in the wash with other clothes and not in the laundry bag and also left on the mop and dried on the floor etc (I know, I know, its very naughty and bad for it!)

    Is there something I should/could do to give it a new lease on life?

    TIA!

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    Thanks, I need to work out my budget - they are like $50 each yeh?

    So how much for:
    - Polishing cloth set
    - Kitchen Glove
    - Kitchen Miracle (im a bit of a stuck in my ways using the ballerina clothes that you throw away for food)
    - Indoor Miracle


    Extra if I can afford
    - Marble Paste (my sister has and doesn't use - I will scab hers for now)
    - Bathroom Miracle
    - Leather/wood balm.
    - Bathroom Essentials Pack (I already have the bathroom miracle and toilet cleaner thing on the stick. So one bathrrom miracle brought seperate would do the job wouldn't it?)


    Hope I haven't confused you even more.[/QUOTE]

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    Only wash in cold/warm water...ENJO fibres don't like HOT, definitely no bleach or softener and no dryer.


    EKK!! I wash them on like 60-90degrees because I was told not to put any detergent in them I didn't know how to clean them otherwise?

    How do you clean the one that goes in the toilet without really hot water???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buttoneska View Post
    Only wash in cold/warm water...ENJO fibres don't like HOT, definitely no bleach or softener and no dryer.


    EKK!! I wash them on like 60-90degrees because I was told not to put any detergent in them I didn't know how to clean them otherwise?

    How do you clean the one that goes in the toilet without really hot water???
    From what she told me at me demo the water releases the dirt and germs and the detergent washes them away? Sunshine would help too?

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    Buttoneska, my "must haves" would be the kitchen glove and bathroom glove, the bathroom miracle (to use on all glass in your house) and the mop with the dust fibre for dry and a fibre used damp appropriate to your floor. The kitchen miracle is good, but I have found that cheap store bought microfibre cloths are equally good in that instance, and that way you can have a few of them which you need. For around the house dusting, I have been known to use the dust floor fibre when it's newly clean and then a damp tea towel. I don't use any of their pastes or consumables, but my best friend adores the "method" hand wash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by breakthemould View Post
    Could someone please tell me how to revive my enjo mop wet fibre thingo (the blue one used for polished tiles)? It has been put in the wash with other clothes and not in the laundry bag and also left on the mop and dried on the floor etc (I know, I know, its very naughty and bad for it!)

    Is there something I should/could do to give it a new lease on life?

    TIA!
    How long have you had it for?

    I'd suggest maybe soaking it in a bucket of cold water with some normal laundry detergent over night...
    Wash in laundry bag when with other things (or not if on it's own)?
    Good luck!
    ..for future reference - If you have just cleaned and are not ready to wash, pop it in a bucket of water so the dirt doesn't dry on the fibre.


    Quote Originally Posted by Buttoneska View Post
    Thanks, I need to work out my budget - they are like $50 each yeh?

    So how much for:
    - Polishing cloth set
    - Kitchen Glove
    - Kitchen Miracle (im a bit of a stuck in my ways using the ballerina clothes that you throw away for food)
    - Indoor Miracle


    Extra if I can afford
    - Marble Paste (my sister has and doesn't use - I will scab hers for now)
    - Bathroom Miracle
    - Leather/wood balm.
    - Bathroom Essentials Pack (I already have the bathroom miracle and toilet cleaner thing on the stick. So one bathrrom miracle brought seperate would do the job wouldn't it?)


    Hope I haven't confused you even more.
    [/QUOTE]

    I'll PM you prices

    Quote Originally Posted by Buttoneska View Post
    Only wash in cold/warm water...ENJO fibres don't like HOT, definitely no bleach or softener and no dryer.


    EKK!! I wash them on like 60-90degrees because I was told not to put any detergent in them I didn't know how to clean them otherwise?

    How do you clean the one that goes in the toilet without really hot water???
    Normal laundry or dish detergent won't hurt them - Enjo say 40c max if you use warm water.
    (hot can damage the micro fibre)


    Hanging in the sunshine will kill any nasties that don't come out in the wash.

    CARE INSTRUCTIONS >>
    http://enjo.com.au/products/care-instructions.aspx

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    [QUOTE=FiveInTheBed;6480362]How long have you had it for?

    I'd suggest maybe soaking it in a bucket of cold water with some normal laundry detergent over night...
    Wash in laundry bag when with other things (or not if on it's own)?
    Good luck!
    ..for future reference - If you have just cleaned and are not ready to wash, pop it in a bucket of water so the dirt doesn't dry on the fibre.


    Thanks! Its 2 years old and used about once a week. Do I need to machine wash it after every use? Or can I just rinse and ring it out and leave to dry for next time?


 

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