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    headoverfeet is offline The truth will set you free, but first it will **** you off. -Gloria Steinem
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    Quote Originally Posted by babycart View Post
    FITB/Thermo/anyone - can I use the kitchen glove to clean the cast iron racks that sit over the gas burners on my stove? They are pretty greasy
    I just did mine the other day using the kitchen mini (which is a palm size version of the glove) I did them in the dish water after I had washed breakfast dishes and the stove top (we had a cooked breakfast so the dish water was kind of skanky) and it came up fine, also my microwave was so easy to clean

    Washed the car yesterday so easy and hubby said he was impressed but he would like the car glove to have a rough side like the kitchen glove but he admitted its only because he doesn't have the patients to 'let the glove do the work' and I did point out to him that it's better for his paint work the way it is
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    Be back soon ( out camping)

    Yay thermy... Glad your enjo arrived- have fun.

    And yes you can use your k glove on anything in the kitchen! It lover grease...the green and yellow side is your grease side ( the dirtier the surface, the more COLD water you use) the side with the black bits is your grime side.

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    Hey!

    hope everyone is still getting the results they wanted out of their enjo!


    -- if you and anyone you know has something they'd like to achieve - but need to work around a family - ENJO might be the way to get there!

    A quick vid with a few of the ENJO girls and their families talking about the effect it has had on their life.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zvb6WLJsMOM

    If it sounds like something that might interest you...

    Check out the website or PM me and I can put you intouch with the right person in your state

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    Ok.

    I'd rather poke my eyes out with the floor cleaning mop than host a demo, but I really want the floor cleaning stuff. I don't suppose the fibres fit on a standard flat mop do they? I'd dearly love something that would leave my newly polished floors streak free without me mopping, drying and towelling.

    Ive bought some of the method floor cleaner on eBay - not because I think it is necessary any better than anything else but because I am addicted to the almond smell and can no longer find the wood furniture cleaner in shops and am having withdrawals without it in my house!

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    Nancy, you can order the floor cleaning system on it's own. Enjo sell the almond wood floor cleaner and the ginger hard floor cleaner...personally cleaning without them works just aswell, but everynow and then a dilute some into my trigger bottle. My timber floors love it.
    An 'outside order' will cost $9.95 in p/h for anysize order delivered straight to your door.
    The pole itself is great on your back and ease of use, im pretty sure the fibres don't fit properly on anything else.


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    Floircleaning system ( called focus on floor if you look on the website) contains, pole, head, two fibres of your choice, laundry bag and trigger spray bottle.

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    Man you're quick!

    How do I do an outside order? I'm after the pole, the matt floor fibre and the polish fibre.

    (I'm sure it does clean perfectly well without it but that smell ...mmm!)

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    Haha!


    You canhave a consultant from your area come out to you 1:1...there is a contact tab on the website.
    Or you can pm the enjo chicken

    Bout to head out, so won't be so quick with the next reply

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    I have a Decor mop pole/head and the floor fibers fit 90-95%. (sorry fitb )

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    Ahhh...but, can it stand on its own ( ie, not leaning) , can it be adjusted to individuals height, can it attach to the flexi and window cleaner to get extra reach, does it come with a 12 month warranty ?






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