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    Default Is Enjo worth it?

    We've just replaced our slate floors with laminate. While I absolutely love it and it looks beautiful, I am already a big stress case from the streaks and footprints I see on it. Maybe it wasn't the best choice for an OCD neat freak

    I had just assumed I would get some nice Enjo products for the floor but I just about had a heart attack when I saw how much it actually cost. It would be minimum $300 just for a handle and two fibres. Holy ****!!

    I need to know if this is actually worth it. I have to admit I just wasted $30 on a fibre mop from Coles that is useless so I guess you get what you pay for, but $300?!?!

    I would love to hear any real life reviews.

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    I would be interested to know also.

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    I'm wondering the same thing. I had a squiz at the Enjo website the other night - nearly $50 for a single cleaning glove? 😳 Will it last the rest of my life?? Definitely interested to hear if it's worth the cost.

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    I found norwex better and not as expensive.

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    I've had an Enjo mop for 5 years now. My parents bought it for me for Christmas. I love love love it, haven't bought floor cleaner in years & it dries really quick. I hate dirty floors so use it every 2/3 days. Mum leaves hers damp so it's ready for quick clean ups (farm house) & changes the fibre head every couple of days. I only have 1 fibre head so wash/dry mine each time otherwise it gets stinky. $300 is a big outlay but I think it's worth it!

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    I've been using Enjo for over 10 years now, and the mop is my favourite. I love that it's so easy to do. I mop every day, it takes me 5 minutes and it's done.
    In my ten years I've replaced my mop heads once. I have two (one on the go, one in the wash), and use them daily. Yes the initial layout is expensive but so worth it IMO.

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    I was gifted a floor cleaner with the dust fibre and barely use it. I don't really get the point when I still have to sweep before hand. I would rather have a stick vacuum for the price. The wet/dry fibre might be more practical for us but not for $99.

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    Do they need to be washed after every use? And if I normally use a fabric softener in my washer would I have to do a vinegar rinse before washing enjo? I think I read somewhere that I would.
    I would probably still vacuum but I want something that is easy to grab to run around once a day to pick up the dust and dog hair and also clean up any wet footprints and stuff like that

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    Enjo and fabric softener don't mix. Ideally you are supposed to wash after every use but I don't...it just means that your fibres end up stained.

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    I love my enjo stuff i have the mop with 2 fibres for wet, didnt bother with the dusting fibre as i run the handheld vac over the floors daily.

    I also have kitchen & bathroom gloves & cloths.

    Saves a lot on buying cleaning products


 

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