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If you have read some of my other posts like Bless the Mess: Momma’s Cleaning, then you may be aware that I am a Norwex independent sales consultant. I decided to write this to share more of why I love their products and which ones are my Top 5.
While I was pregnant with Jack, I heard about Norwex by me attending a friend’s Norwex party. She had just had her son and was trying to convert her home for FREE. I was utterly amazed, so I went ahead and purchased the household package. We were surprised at home much cleaner things were in our without using chemicals, and there were no odors or the need to wear gloves. All you need is water, and you get things cleaner than you ever thought before.
After a year of using Norwex, we had to have more, so we placed another order to keep trying more and more since we were noticing a difference. When Luke became mobile, they would fit over the dusting mitt, so once again, I had to place another order. I didn’t mind because it is one of my dreaded tasks, so we ordered a second dusting mitt as well as a few other extras to try.
Another dreaded cleaning task would be the bathroom. However, I have been able to tackle that a lot quicker, saving me time and allowing me more time with my family using a Norwex EnviroCloth. I also you the bathroom cleaner for inside the toilet bowl. Just a few items and I can have an immaculate bathroom.
Best Tutorial of Norwex Top 5 Items (Safe Haven 5)
Lindsey even shares the protein swab test with raw chicken germs on the counter and Grimmy butter on the counter. She shows how you can clean those germs better than using Windex and other chemicals.
My Experience Cleaning with Norwex
I have had an enjoyable experience cleaning with my Norwex products.
My Top 5 Favorite Norwex Products:
I tried to do my top 3, but I really couldn’t because these are so many great products that I narrowed it down to 5. I use these things daily, if not weekly.
Window Cloth– One the boys most used items as they always stick there hands on our windows and doors. They love making smoothy faces on them, and I don’t mind because they aren’t kissing chemicals. The added plus is there never mind cleaning them off.
Body Cloth Set – They come in a set of 3 and different colors and sizes; regular size and baby size. They are microfiber with silver baclock technology, so they purify as they dry. I stopped using body wash and facial cleanser over a year ago. It has saved us so much money, and my skin has looked so much better!
Do Norwex products really kill germs?
Yes, I did the glowing test and it is true! It kills more germs than Lysol wipes. I was completely amazed! Check out the video below and you will be AMAZED!
How do you wash Norwex?
- Rinse out and hang up your Norwex cloth after each use. Don’t leave wet Norwex cloths balled up, or else they’ll start to stink. Even if it doesn’t need to be washed after you use it, rinse out the cloth thoroughly and either lay flat or hang it up to dry.
- If you’re using your Norwex cloth for dusting and it has just a light layer of dirt, you can wash it under warm or hot running water. Put a drop of dish soap on the cloth and work it into the fabric, then rinse it out until all the soap and dirt are gone.
- It’s especially important to rinse Norwex Antibac cloths very well because they contain silver. If you don’t rinse the soap out of the cloth, it will leave a residue that will reduce the silver’s effectiveness at killing bacteria.
- Norwex cloths can be washed alone or with lint-free laundry in your washing machine. Use the hottest setting possible for the best results. You can use regular laundry detergent, but do not use bleach or fabric softener in the wash.
- Boil your Norwex cloth for about 10 minutes to remove deep stains or odors. Bring a large pot of water to a boil on the stove, then carefully place your Norwex into the pot and allow the water to continue boiling for 10 minutes or so. This will allow the fibers to well, releasing dirt and other debris that may be trapped deep inside the cloth. Use tongs to remove the cloth from the hot water when it’s finished boiling.
- Alternately, you can pour boiling water over your Norwex microfiber cloth, along with a little detergent. Let it soak for 10 minutes to open the fibers and release dirt and odors.
- When boiling and releasing dirt and debris it may cause a slight smell.
- Use the Norwex rubber brush to clean mop pads between washings. You may not need to wash your mop pad after every use. Instead, comb the Norwex rubber brush across the cloth to detach any hair, crumbs, or other debris that is trapped in the microfibers.
- Norwex cloths are dryer-safe, so all you have to do is toss them in after you get finished washing them. You can even add them in with the rest of your laundry. Just use the hottest setting possible when you’re drying the microfiber.
- Do not use dryer sheets when drying your Norwex. Dryer sheets can leave a coating on the fibers of your cloth, so it won’t be able to clean as effectively. However, you can use a dryer ball, as long as it doesn’t contain any fabric softener.
- Hang your Norwex up to dry if you prefer line-drying.
I LOVE Norwex products. They are worth the price tag as they will most definitely save you money in the long run and time immediately!
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“It isn’t clean until it is Norwex clean!” – Ashley Havecker