Did you know that Norwex Microfiber has the ability to remove up to 99% of bacteria from a surface when following proper care and use instructions?
What is the proper usage?
First rinse the cloth with water, fold in thirds and then in half and wring the cloth until all the water is out. Flat fold your cloth to create 8 cleaning surfaces and then get to work wiping with even strokes on hard surfaces!!!
The cloths are made with superior microfiber, 1/200th the size of human hair. It is one of the most innovative product in the cleaning industry and only requires water to clean. These microfibers are absorbent and designed to pick up and hold dust, dirt and debris. Baclock™ in the cloth goes to work to self-purify and inhibit odors from bacteria, mold and mildew growth within the cloth. But over time the microfiber requires a deep clean to swell the fibers and totally release the debris that it has been collecting.
How to properly care for your cloths:
How to properly deep clean your cloths:
Deep cleaning should be done every 6 months, or after a dirty job, like washing outdoor windows or outdoor furniture, or if your cloths become stained.
Step #1: Grab all your Norwex cloths. Toss them in your sink. Sprinkle a capful of Ultra Power Plus Laundry Detergent. Note: Do small batches… you want your cloths to get really clean!!!
Step #2: Pour boiling water over the cloths. See how brown the water becomes!
Step #3: Stir the cloths and watch the dirt release. Note: You may need to do this step a few times. You know you are done when the water is clear.
You are complete and your cloths are good as new!!! Give it a try and give your cloths a fresh start.
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.