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    I'm considering buying an enjo floor mop. We have a dog and the vacuum, mop and broom are just not cutting for cleaning up her hair. Even after a full blown clean, I still see her hair and it's driving me crazy!

    I'm wondering how good it is for dog hair and if it's worth buying the floor fibre second hand? will it matter or should I buy brand new?

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    Love my Enjo mop but I don't have pets so can't comment on that. But it's great for collecting my long hair, dust, crumbs etc. Excellent for cleaning tiles & wood flooring. Easiest mop I ever owned & very husband friendly.

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    I love my enjo products.

    Though with my mop i do use it only as a mop not as a broom substitute so i vacumn with my dyson them mop with the enjo mop.

    Floors come up awesome with minimal effort.

    Id buy the fibres brand new

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    ^cause you never know if the previous owner has looked after them properly - if not it could effect their efficiency & also lifespan

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    Thanks everyone for you replies. I have just bought a rubber broom from Aldi for $9.99 and it seems to be doing the job. I might spend the savings on clothes


 

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