Category Archives for microfiber

Join our Chemical Graveyard Challenge and Exorcise those Chemical Cleaners!

Cleaning doesn’t have to be scary! Join our Facebook Challenge Group and start busting those cleaning chemicals! We’ll kick things off on Sunday, October 28th at 8 pm. Join us live right from the comfort of your home!!! Be sure to fill out the Challenge survey right away to receive your sample pack to complete all the challenges!

Join this fun challenge and learn how Norwex can simplify your cleaning!

Norwex Mop Month! Get the Coveted Superior Mop Month… FREE!

This is an offer that you will definitely want to take advantage of. The Superior Mop System is one of our most coveted products because it cleans your floors with speed and ease PLUS you won’t use any cleaning chemicals on your floors.

With a $500+ qualified party, you will receive the Norwex Superior Mop System as part of your host benefits plus several other goodies. Check it out and book your show date with me now!

July 2015 Norwex Superior Mop Month

In the beginning was the Enviro cloth…

The first Norwex products I bought were the Enviro cloth and the Window Cloth. This hardworking duo does the heavy lifting in your cleaning so that you don’t have to.

The Enviro cloth is made from Norwex microfiber which is 1/200th the size of a human hair. Talk about how many angels can dance on the head of a pin! The microfiber cloth, when used dry, uses static electricity to attract the dust and then the grabby surface of the microfiber traps it in the cloth – no more moving dust around. Used wet, the Enviro cloth is my go to for cleaning counters, bathrooms and general cleaning with a streak free finish and no chemical residue.


The Window Cloth is used dry to leave your surface with a streak free clean. Both cloths are embedded with silver which inhibits the growth growth of odor causing microorganisms and bacteria within the cloth. Simply let them air dry and they self sanitize overnight.

With just these two cloths, you will be able to reduce the number of cleaning chemicals in your home. I’ll post pictures soon of what it looked like under my sink before and after switching to Norwex.