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    Default Enjo!!!

    OoooOoooOoohh!

    I just noticed ENJO is a 'featured supporter' - over there----->> in the side bar...


    And being an ENJO lover (and consultant) I thought a thread dedicated to all teh ENJO fans should be in order!!

    [You see thousands of them for the bloomin' thermomix so lets start something else]

    So - hands up if you heard of enjo...use enjo..lurve enjo

    ..and WHY!??

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    I don't really know anything about it, but am interested as I assume the upshot is that I could recycle my cloths? At the moment, I throw out my cleaning cloths (but probably not regularly enough...)

    (and it's affordable, unlike a thermomix! )

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    What's enjo?

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    Cleaning cloths that have different weaves for separate purposes
    No products required I think
    I don't use them but they are meant to be good

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    Micro fibre cleaning -

    Check out the website - there are a few youtube vids comparing the effectiveness of cleaning wth ENJO side by side chemical cleaners, vinegar and other cloths.



    The fibres when damp basically remove bacteria and grease and then you dry off with a miracle cloth (removing the environment for bacteria/mould etc to grow in)

    I used to use vinegar and bicarb and old cloths etc - but fell in love with enjo at a friend's (another hubber actually) demo.

    They are machine washable and last for YEARS!!
    No need for chemicals...so sponges or buckets of water for mopping... get the kids to clean the car and the bath because there are no suds!

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    Do you have the shower glass cleaner cloth? I really struggle to get the scummy stuff off my glass?

    I'm slightly daunted by the range. can you just get one or two and use it for everything?

    Is the floor mop good? I've just ripped up my carpet and I'm struggling to get my very old polished floors looking nice.

    will i need to take a second mortgage to buy these products?

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    Love enjo can't wait to be able to buy the mop

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    If enjo wasn't so expensive I would've bought a mop years ago.

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    I love the shower cleaner glove.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissMuppet View Post
    I love the shower cleaner glove.
    Me too, the kitchen one is really good as well


 

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