The first Norwex product I owned was the Window Cloth, it didn’t take me long to use it wrong. The cloth didn’t come with any instructions, so I used it with Windex. I thought I was being environmentally-friendly by not using paper towel with my Windex. Needless to say, my windows and mirrors were a mess.
The Window Cloth is now one of my favourite products and I give it as a gift to bless other homes. It is often the first product customers will try and love!
What Can It Clean?
- Windows / Mirrors
- Shower Doors / Glass Tables
- Crystal / Jewelry
- Granite Counter-tops
- Stainless Steel and Black Appliances
- Chrome / Knickknacks
- Patio Tables
- Shiny Surfaces
It is woven with the superior microfiber embedded with the Norwex exclusive BacLock™ agent. The BacLock in the cloth goes to work to self-purify and inhibits odors from bacteria, mold and mildew growth within the cloth.
How To Use:
- Mist water on the surface and wipe with the Window Cloth.
- For dirty surfaces, first wipe the surface with a damp EnviroCloth and polish dry with the Window Cloth.
*Note: Do not use on anti-glare coated surfaces.
Getting your windows clean quickly is not easy. Using paper towels to dry the glass around your home just adds to the problem of overloaded landfills and deforestation. In addition, many of today’s popular glass and window cleaners contain harmful chemicals like butyl cellosolve and ammonia.
Did You Know?
- Butyl cellosolve is a chemical commonly found in glass cleaners. Readily absorbed through the skin, overexposure can irritate mucous membranes and may cause liver and kidney damage.
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.
I am wondering where in St Johns NL I may purchase one of these cloths ?
Pls let me know