A clean home is important for good health and wellbeing.

With health and hygiene a top priority, make sure you keep your home and high-contact surfaces clean.

Clean first, disinfect later

Understanding how to effectively remove and prevent the spread of germs is important.

Cleaning

Physically removes dirt and bacteria from surfaces. Should be carried out daily to prevent germs from growing to unsafe levels. Cleaning before you sanitise or disinfect is essential to ensure effectiveness.

Sanitising

Uses chemicals to reduce levels of bacteria, viruses and fungi. Unlike disinfecting, sanitising doesn’t aim to destroy all organisms, just reduce their numbers to a safe level. Sanitising does not clean. Surfaces must be cleaned before sanitiser is used to ensure effectiveness.

Disinfecting

Uses chemicals to destroy all organisms on a surface. When someone is sick, you may choose to disinfect surfaces that come into contact with bodily fluids to prevent the spread of pathogenic germs. Disinfecting does not clean + surfaces must be cleaned before disinfecting. Contact time and rinsing required.

WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE

 

 

 

Stop the spread between surfaces

The ENJOtex fibres clean surfaces by lifting and trapping dirt, grime + bacteria in the fibres
until they are washed for a 6 times cleaner clean.

100-times finer than a human hair

large surface area / reaching into crevices

Wedge-shaped

for more effective loosening + lifting

Water + fibre

creates capillary action to lift dirt + bacteria from surface

Expertly woven

to trap dirt and bacteria

 

 

 

 

Effectively clean surfaces
with an easy...

Wet

The fibre with water

Wipe

The surface clean

Dry

Using an ENJO Miracle

Wash

And reuse up to three years

 

 

Living with COVID-19

The virus is still hanging around, therefore we need to go back to basics and prioritise cleaning surfaces to stop the spread.


As informed through the government + health organisations, COVID-19 is spread through respiratory droplets from a positive case. Close contacts to an infected person can get the virus, but it can also spread from contaminated surfaces where the virus can live for up to several days.


This is why hygiene + cleaning is so important to remove any bacteria or germs that may be living in your home.


HOW IT SPREADS


CLEANING INFECTED SURFACES



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Things to remember

+ Clean high contact surfaces regularly

+ Clean before sanitising or disinfecting

+ Follow instructions for chemical use carefully

+ Keep your home well ventilated

+ Rinse surfaces thoroughly

 

Keep high-contact areas clean + dry

We touch our faces on average 23-times an hour. Washing your hands and cleaning areas of the home you touch frequently will help keep you and your family healthy.

Keep it clean

+ Benchtops
+ Doors + handles
+ Light switches
Tapware
+ Soap dispensers  
+ Remote controls
+ Smartphones
+ Highchairs
+ Kettles

 

 

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