Wet Feet, Wet Floor!!!

Do you have a swinging shower door that drips water on your bathroom floor? Do you walk around your washroom with wet feet after a shower? Do your kids vigorously splash in the tub, leaving the floor a wet mess? Do you have a hot tub or swimming pool in the backyard and people traipsing through your home with wet feet? Do you have a puppy that comes in with wet paws and coat? Does your toddler  throw cups of water out of the bath or does your baby’s thunder thigh make BIG splashes? Do you have a busy shower with teenagers and the bathmat is always wet?  Are you just tired to bending over to dry your own feet after a shower?  Maybe you have a senior in your life that can’t reach their own toes?

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The Norwex Bath Mat is the solution! It holds 10 times its weight in moisture. That’s enough to catch drips off the door, dry many wet feet, absorb bath water spills, even dry the family pet.  It is also absorbent enough to ensure that every family member’s feet are dry when they step off the mat. The moisture between your toes is even wicked up within seconds of stepping on the mat. To top it off, the Norwex Bath Mat dries faster than a regular bathmat.   This Bath Mat is pure luxury!

The picture below is of my friend’s lovely feet stepping on a Norwex Bath Mat. She lives by the ocean – lucky girl – and makes good use of her mat. She used the shower head to drench her feet 5 times to be able to make her foot imprint visible. The first 4 times the mat didn’t even look wet. It is that absorbent!!!!

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Do you have an RV? Did you know that the floor of your RV should not get wet. Wet floors could damage the floor by causing it to lift. Place the Bath Mat on the floor by your shower and every family member will walk out of the RV washroom with dry feet.

Have a outdoor swimming pool or hot tub? Put the Bath Mat at your back entrance to catch the drips and dry wet feet before they even enter the house. Do you have a washroom that is regularly visited after using the pool? Use the Bath Mat as your toilet mat to catch all the drips while in the washroom.

This Bath Mat is a top-seller for pet owners. It has so many uses. The Bath Mat can be used to line the bottom of the crate, not only does it dry your pet’s coat, it absorbs any accidents. Simply throw it in the washing machine, with a cap full Odour Eliminator and some UPP Ultra Plus Power Detergent and it will come out perfectly clean. If your dog comes indoors wet, lay the Bath Mat over their bed for them to lay on. The microfiber will absorb all the wet moisture off their coat, leaving the pet bed dry and clean.

Screen Shot 2015-08-05 at 7.07.06 AMI just returned from the Norwex North American Conference in Minneapolis and I am delighted to share that this fabulous bathmat is now available in three colors.

 

 

 

 

Another quick puppy paw trick: Hang a Norwex Dusting Mitt by the door to dry your puppy’s paws and legs when they come in after a long walk. Your hardwood or tiled floors will never be paw-printed again!

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Delores VandenBoogaard is an Independent Norwex Sales Consultant from Edmonton, Alberta Canada with customers and consultants throughout Canada and the United States including; New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Quebec, British Columbia, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Prince Edward Island, North West Territories and Ontario. She also has customers and team members in; Michigan, Texas, California, Massachusetts, Florida, Arizona, Missouri, Colorado, North Carolina, South Carolina, Idaho, Washington, New Hampshire, Iowa and Maine.

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Delores VandenBoogaard is a Norwex Executive V.P. Sales Leader and Independent Sales Consultant. She is committed to helping others discover a fresh way to care for their homes and families using clean natural products.

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