- 29 Apr 2019
If ‘how to spend less time cleaning your floors?’ is the question, we have the answer!
Clean floors, we all want them, but cleaning your floors is one of the most time-consuming chores in your cleaning routine. Finding a quicker floor-cleaning solution means you can clean less and live more.
We just so happen to have a solution that’s so quick you can dust and mop your kitchen floors in the time it takes to make a cup of tea.
What's the quickest way to clean your floors?
Introducing the ENJO Floorcleaner.
Our best-selling product is unlike any other floor cleaning system. Using smart fibre technology, ENJO has developed a range of Floor Fibres designed to effectively clean a range of different floor types. So you actually choose a floor fibre that’s designed to clean the floors in your home.
Each fibre is super durable and made to last, so once you have the right floor fibre for your home, you can enjoy streak-free floors in no time for three whole years.
How exactly is the ENJO Floorcleaner quicker?
Five reasons why cleaning your floors with ENJO is faster
1. Clean floors without a bucket
Cleaning with a mop and bucket is slow and you could be doing so much with your time. There’s warming the water, filling up the bucket, measuring the detergent, wringing out the mop, changing the water multiple times because it’s filthy. The ENJO Floorcleaner is fast, with no bucket required, simply slip on the fibre that suits your floor type, fill up a trigger spray bottle and spray as you go. The ENJO Fibres are designed to lift and trap dirt into the fibre’s weave. The dirt is only released when the fibres are washed with detergent, so you know you’re not spreading dirt around the room.
2. Streak-free floors without chemicals
Don’t worry about picking up the detergent on your next shopping trip, a trigger spray bottle with water is all you need. Not only does this make cleaning your floors safer for your family and pets, but it also means you’ll save time shopping for and measuring out detergent when you need to give your floors a clean.
3. Use less water for clean floors that dry quickly
Have you ever been mopping your floors and then realised they are so wet, you have to wait at least half an hour for them to dry? This will never happen with the ENJO Floorcleaner. Simply spray the fibre and your floor with water and let the super-absorbent fibre technology loosen, lift and trap the dirt and bacteria. You’ll save water and never have to wait for your floors to dry again.
4. Ergonomic design for quick and comfortable cleaning
Cleaning your floors with a mop and bucket requires a lot of lifting - picking up your bucket, moving furniture out of the way – it makes the whole experience a more time-consuming exercise. Not only does the ENJO Floorcleaner remove the bucket from your floor cleaning routine, it’s also ergonomically designed, meaning you can adjust the Floorcleaner to your height for maximum comfort. Plus, the head swivels allowing you to clean under tables and sofas without bending or needing to move furniture out of the way.
5. Fibre technology for a faster floor clean
Fibre technology not only works effectively, it’s designed to work more efficiently. ENJO Fibres are unique and when cleaning do three things: loosen dirt, lift dirt and trap dirt. To do this effectively each fibre is wedge-shaped, this shape helps to loosen dirt from a surface. The fibres are 100-times finer than a single human hair, meaning they can reach into small spaces and have a powerful surface area for lifting dirt. Finally, the weave of the fibres works to traps the dirt lifted from the surface. This design means cleaning your floors is more effective and more efficient.
What’s the quickest way to get your hands on the ENJO Floorcleaner?
By holding a demo you’ll get to see ENJO in action in your own home, receive advice from an ENJO expert on the right Floor Fibre for your floors, and you could even end up choosing the ENJO Floorcleaner as your free gift for holding a demo.
Do you already use the ENJO Floorcleaner? Tell us about your experience in the comments.
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[Editor’s note: this post was updated 29 April 2019]