All fibres can be handwashed if not overly dirty.
..personally - my house gets grotty and I find it easier to chuck it in the wash!
I wash pretty much every day anyway.
The 'average' life of a fibre is 2-3 years, I've seen some 8year old fibres that still do the job, just not as effectively.
And one of our aims is to save time/effort.
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03-04-2012 13:37 #71
03-04-2012 13:39 #72
FITB - if i want to start Enjo, but can't afford a start up pack, how should I go about getting it together piece by piece?
03-04-2012 16:43 #73
Rainbow Road - you want to start using enjo or consulting??
If you want to own your own business there is a new promo happening this month - $250 off your start up kit - and the opportunity to earn the remainder of the kit back!
..if it's starting using, I personally would suggest to anyone - host a demo, purchasing the exclusive HOST indoor pack, using your dollars and booking discount to get the floor pole and extra fibre.
Huge discounts and lots of freebies.
If hosting a demo isn't for you, or the exclusive host pack is still out of your budget, the start with asking yourself, what is most important to you - when it comes to the house...
And start there!
From experience i've had a mix of people starting in the bathroom or floors and then building there collection from there.
I would always suggest though - no matter what area of the house, to have the matching glove and miracle to get the best result - visually and hygenically.
Keep an eye out on FB [there is an Australian ENJO FB page] that releases an update of teh monthly special each month...contact your enjo consultant and have it sent out straight to you.
04-04-2012 15:37 #74
My order came!! Now I have to wait for it to wash and dry
05-04-2012 15:54 #75
Love it my house is so shiny must.stop.cleaning
Oh FITB what do you use to wash the dishes? The all purpose cloth or the kitchen mini?
05-04-2012 15:55 #76
05-04-2012 15:55 #77
05-04-2012 20:48 #78
I've booked my demo!!
05-04-2012 21:53 #79
07-04-2012 08:43 #80
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
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