Why do companies sell white dishes?
Why do white dishes look so pretty on display in magazines, stores and television?
The reality of white dishes is they scuff. Knives, forks and spoons eventually leave their mark on even the most protected/durable china.
My watercolour orchid ends up looking like this every six months or so.
I guess I should be pleased? I mean, in order for the bowls to get this scuffed up, they must have been scraped clean right? The bowl in the top right must have really been coated in chocolate to get that dark scuff.
I may have to revert my family away from the use of cutlery and back to licking the bowls with their faces.
No worries though – there is a way to remove marks from dishes without damaging them….
DON’T use harsh abrasives,
a little ENJO marble paste and duocloth and check out the results:
No scratches to the porcelain, but almost all of the scuffs have been removed!
The marble paste is actually made up of marble, ground to an ultra-fine consistency – so there are no chemicals to hurt your family. Wipe a damp ENJO duocloth across the surface of the marble paste block and then gently rub in circles over your dishes. No pressure, very little time and with amazing results!
Same dishes – I didn’t even change the placement of them so you could see apples to apples.
This is the easiest (with very little time or elbow-grease needed) way to remove marks from dishes, hands down.
I had all of my bowls cleaned, dried and put away in less than 10 minutes.
You know I rave about ENJO. I haven’t bought a single chemical cleanser in the last year. Truthfully, no Windex, no Pledge, Ajax, Vim, Pine Sol, Tilex – not a single one.
So guesstimating that each bottle costs approximately $5 Cdn, that would be $30 in cleansers. Say I bought them every six months, that’s $60 per year. (and I think that’s pretty conservative, I’m pretty sure I used to use more than that in a year).
Now your ENJO cloths last you 3 years. That’s the (conservative) equivalent of $180 in chemical cleaners. That’s ~36 bottles added to landfills/recycling and that’s ~36 litres (almost 10 gallons) of toxins washed down the drain and into our waterways.
If ENJO saves you money (check), saves the environment (check) and saves your home and family from toxins (check), why isn’t everyone using it?
The upfront cost?
Fair argument – the money is spent up front, so you don’t see the savings until mid-way through the first year – but I have a rebuttal for that….
Right now, the home starter kit is on MASSIVE SALE!
You will be able to clean your home with better results (ENJO removes more bacteria than even store-bought micro-fibre cloths) using just these fibres and water.
Oh, and don’t forget Dad – the Father’s Day special is running now too. Get your inside and outside sparkly!
The proof is in the pudding right? Here is my evidence that this is the best way to remove marks from dishes – without damaging the finish in any way.
(And these are just my dishes, you should see how sparkly my stainless steel is!)
Contact Lynn to take advantage of this offer while you still can!
Have a great one!