How do you wash ENJO cloth?
Care for your ENJO fibres Caring for your ENJO fibres is easy. Simply wash when dirty in the ENJO Laundry bag that came with your purchase at 40-60°C. Avoid softener (this can coat the fibres and make them less effective), bleach and tumble drying. After washing, give your fibres a little shake and hang out to air dry.
How long do ENJO fibres last?
Conclusion. ENJO cleaning products performance drops significantly after 200 washes. If you use your ENJO cleaning products regularly and wash your fibres 1-2 times a week, your ENJO cleaning products will clean your home effectively for 3 years.
How does ENJO disinfect?
The ultra-fine ENJO Fibres don’t kill bacteria, they physically lift and remove bacteria from the surface. Just add water, and the bacteria and dirt stay trapped within the special weave of the fibre and are not released until the fibre is washed.
How do I use my ENJO?
Do wash in the ENJO Laundry Bag at 40-60°C We recommend washing your products in the ENJO Laundry Bag provided with your order, this not only helps protect the fibres, but also any other garments in your load. Wash between 40-60°C.
What are ENJO cloths made from?
The answer is patented fibre technology, which works to effectively loosen, lift, trap and remove dirt and bacteria. To be able to produce effective fibre cleaning technology, ENJO products are made from a mix of five raw materials, polyester, acrylic, polyamide, viscose and cotton. Yep, they contain plastic.
How do you wash ENJO Mitt?
How do I wash my Bathroom Glove? Wash your Bathroom Glove (and any other ENJOtex Fibres) in your ENJO Laundry Bag at 40-60°C with an environmentally-friendly detergent and leave to air dry. Avoid fabric softeners and tumble drying.
Where is ENJO made?
ENJO International in Austria is where ENJO products are made and have been since 1985. The production of the fibres utilises green electricity from the town of Vorarlberg and the company undertakes activities to offset their carbon emissions and are proud to say they have been 100% carbon neutral since 2015.
How do you clean ENJO gloves?
Wash your Kitchen Glove (and any other ENJOtex Fibres) in your ENJO Laundry Bag at 40-60°C with an environmentally-friendly detergent and leave to air dry. Avoid fabric softeners and tumble drying.
What temperature do you wash ENJO?
between 40-60 degrees
Once your ENJO products are dirty, you simply add your ENJO products to your laundry load and wash to reuse again. We recommend using an environmentally responsible detergent, washing between 40-60 degrees and allowing your fibres to dry in the sunshine.
Are ENJO cloths microfiber?
To be able to produce effective fibre cleaning technology, ENJO products are made from a mix of five raw materials, polyester, acrylic, polyamide, viscose and cotton. Yep, they contain plastic.
Is ENJO a microfibre?
Enjo is a direct-selling company, but you can also buy the products online from its website. The company claims its microfibre products “provide spotless results more effectively than chemical-based toxic cleaners” using just a little water.
How do you use ENJO fabric gloves?
Dampen the Fabric Glove with water and spot clean stains in a circular motion, applying very little pressure
- Wet. Wet the Fabric Glove to dampen.
- Wipe. To spot-clean fabric stains, use the Striped side gently in a circular motion. Use the Tufted side for cleaning leather.
- Dry. Use your Living Miracle to pat surface dry.