Hock­ey­roo Tay­lor makes clean start

Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - Business -

SOUTH Perth lo­cal and ex-Hock­ey­roos player Jayde Tay­lor has swapped her stick for a clean­ing glove, and turned her at­ten­tion to ed­u­cat­ing lo­cals on how to re­move toxic chem­i­cals from their life­styles.

Over the past few months, Ms Tay­lor (30) has con­ducted at-home Enjo demon­stra­tions to spread the word about the health risks as­so­ci­ated with clean­ing chem­i­cals.

“The at-home demon­stra­tions show peo­ple how well you can ac­tu­ally clean with­out chem­i­cals,” she said.

“Th­ese gloves don’t just move the dirt around, it ac­tu­ally picks it up and takes dirt away with just the fi­bres and wa­ter.”

Not only does Ms Tay­lor con­done the chem­i­cal-free prod­ucts for their clean­ing abil­i­ties, she also said they were the clear front-run­ning op­tion for peo­ple who don’t want to spend time do­ing house­hold chores .

“It’s just so much eas­ier; you just use a bit of wa­ter, wipe and then you’re lit­er­ally done,” she said.

“It might seem like a big in­vest­ment at first but in the long run it’s so worth­while.”

As an am­bas­sador for Aus- tralian can­cer char­ity or­gan­i­sa­tion Red­kite, fight­ing for a healthy cause is noth­ing new to the ex-hockey star.

More in­for­ma­tion about Ms Tay­lor’s chem­i­cal-free ven­ture at www.face­book.com/ en­jo­jay­de­tay­lor.

Ex-Hock­ey­roo player Jade Tay­lor swaps a hockey stick for a clean­ing glove.

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