ENJO + dust

ENJO + dust

Cleaning dust is hard for 2 reasons, it’s building all the time and it becomes airborne during the cleaning process.

A trigger for both asthma and allergies, it’s important to clean-up dust regularly. So, how does ENJO’s dust range measure up?



To compare the effectiveness of four different dust-cleaning tools at capturing dust versus dispersing dust.


Siegfried Lerchbaumer, an expert on ambient air hygiene, ran a test to measure the level of respirable dust pollution created while dusting an area with four different dust-cleaning products.

The Products

  • Broom
  • Dust mop
  • ENJO Dust Floor Fibre
  • Vacuum

Each product was tested on its dust-cleaning ability on the exact same cleaning surface with the same amount of dust.

To measure how effective each product is at cleaning dust, the amount of dust dispersed into the air during the cleaning process was measured.

Thus, the results will indicate how much dust is actually removed during the cleaning process by measuring how much becomes airborne and impossible to clean.


The Verdict

As shown by the test results, cleaning with ENJO products has achieved on average a 6.65x better cleaning result. The difference between ENJO cleaning and conventional cleaning was especially significant on rough surfaces.

The test has confirmed that, besides the known advantages of cleaning with ENJOtex Fibre products (e.g. environmental protection thanks to refraining from chemical cleaning detergents) the ENJO products also achieve a much better cleaning result.

The dispersal of dust was highest using a conventional dust mop and lowest using ENJO’s Dust Floor Fibreand vacuum cleaner.

The ENJO Dust Floor Fibre created 13-times less dust pollution compared to the conventional dust mop, indicating the fibres superior ability to trap dust instead of dispersing dust.

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