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    Quote Originally Posted by headoverfeet View Post
    Why no hun? We use it for the landrover after going 4wding
    Mostly cause im lazy

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    Quote Originally Posted by RmumR View Post
    Mostly cause im lazy


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    Hell no! I totally get it. I washed my 4wd once myself, it took me two hours!
    5mins down my dirt road and it was dirty again.

    My beast goes through a car wash whenever I'm in the city.


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    Quote Originally Posted by lexim View Post
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    Hell no! I totally get it. I washed my 4wd once myself, it took me two hours!
    5mins down my dirt road and it was dirty again.

    My beast goes through a car wash whenever I'm in the city.


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    Yep i take mine thru the carwash every couple months but with a dirt & gravel driveway it doesnt take a day to get dusty again

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    It seems 50/50 on people's thoughts which means I'll have to try and decide for myself. Wish I could borrow some products to try before I buy. As it is though, I have pneumonia, feel like hell, and won't be going to the party, so I have a bit longer to decide.

    thanks everyone for your input.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GirlsRock View Post
    It seems 50/50 on people's thoughts which means I'll have to try and decide for myself. Wish I could borrow some products to try before I buy. As it is though, I have pneumonia, feel like hell, and won't be going to the party, so I have a bit longer to decide.

    thanks everyone for your input.
    Organise to have the consultant come to you to try it out on your bathroom/shower/floor so you know it'll work for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by headoverfeet View Post
    Shani have you tried the method wood floor cleaner with it? Ive seen a few wood floating floors that come up better with a small squirt of it, its only $11.

    Lexim do get someone out to try it first hun, the gloss might be ok for you or you might need the fussy just wet on one side of the fibre so the other half dries as you go along. Actually Shani that is something you can try first too.
    Yeah I have the method good for wood. The main problem is it doesn't actually clean properly with just the damp yellow fibre with the method cleaner so I need to use the blue one much more wet then go over straight away with the yellow fibre. Total pain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lexim View Post
    Why doesn't it work with your floors?

    I ask because I have polished concrete in my house (very shiny, like marble) and I've been on the hunt for a good mop since we built and I thought the enjo one would work.
    I can't use any chemicals on my floor as it will make a streak.
    So I use hot water and a dash of eucalyptus oil. Any sort of spongey mop will streak so I thought enjo would be good?


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    I have the blue microfiber mop that is meant for polished floors. I have white polished porcelain tiles and I really don't like it. It leaves the floors very cloudy and not shiny at all I spent so much money but it sits in the laundry. I now use just a normal mop that I have to wring a milling times hot water and a dash of vinegar which is the only thing I found to work

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    I love my enjo mop but I seem to get a rash on my hand whenever I wring out the excess water. I don't know if it's just from the heat or from the mop itself. Anyone else have this happen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by caketin View Post
    I love my enjo mop but I seem to get a rash on my hand whenever I wring out the excess water. I don't know if it's just from the heat or from the mop itself. Anyone else have this happen?
    heat?
    do you use hot water?

    You should be using cold water


 

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