The Rubber Brush

Norwex sells a Rubber Brush – which by the way is AWESOME!! There are lots of uses for the Rubber Brush. I’ll list some here, but you may have some of your own. We’d love to hear what they are, so feel free to share in the comments.

Use the Rubber Brush to:

  • Clean the yellow Mop Head when it’s full of dirt.
  • Clean animal fur off your microfiber furniture.
  • Brush the crumbs off the floor of your car.
  • Clean the animal hair out of the animal bed.
  • Brush dust and dirt off the dust mitt or envirowand.
  • Brush your dog or cat.
  • Brush lint and hair off your wool coat.

And it’s soooo easy to keep clean – just run it under water! Here’s a video of me and a helper using The Rubber Brush.

Cleaning the INSIDE of Your Oven Door Window

Is your oven door dirty – on the inside? Like, between the glass? Well how the heck can you get that clean? Actually there is a method that is pretty simple. I’ll outline the steps here. Your job is to let us know how it went.

  1. Make sure the oven is cold.
  2. Now look at the bottom of the door, you might have to get on the floor. Notice the holes in the bottom of the door? You’re going to use these for access.
  3. You’ll need a long device that fits in these holes. I suggest either the Norwex envirowand, or perhaps a ruler or a wire hanger straightened out.
  4. You’ll also need a wet enviro cloth. You may want to also rubber band the enviro cloth to the long device – this is optional but can be helpful.
  5. Now push the long device with the enviro cloth on the end into the window to clean in between the glass!

You’re welcome ūüėÄ

What Every Home SHOULDN’T Have!

Do you know there are many cleaners and household items you buy that contain harmful chemicals? Even reducing some of these will help your family. And you can start today. Just commit to removing ONE of these items, because all progress starts with the first step.

5 Products to Avoid from The Norwex Movement Blog

Make an Impact and an Income!

Have you considered joining the Norwex family? What would you do with an extra $400-600 a month? Two average shows a month is all you’ll need! I’m extending you a personal invitation to consider this opportunity.

Starter Kit Special for March
Starter Kit Special for March

This month Norwex sweetened the starter kit for new consultants. ALL you have to do is sell $1000 in 90 days! Easy Peasy!! Norwex sends you the kit for $9.99 + sales tax, then your 90 days starts. (Normally you need to sell $2000 in 90 days.)

Maybe you need a few extra dollars to pay off a bill, or save for a dream vacation? Or maybe like me, you just want a FUN night away from all your other responsibilities once in a while?

How do you start your own Norwex small business?
Have your own show where you invite your social circle, and guess what? You’ll probably be halfway to your $1000 goal. In the meantime you’ll get the Norwex 35% discount.

Then what?
Hold another show in 4-6 weeks and invite the folks who couldn’t make it to the first show – or maybe a friend will host a show for you to earn their own Norwex? An average Norwex show is just over $600. With these two shows you’d earn your kit in less than 60 days.

What if I don’t sell $1000 in 90 days?
If you don’t earn¬†$1000 in 90 days, no worries. After having only one average show you’ll make $210. That will pay for the kit, which is valued at OVER $250.

I’ve never done anything like this, is there training?
Yes! Lots of training available. PLUS – you get me to help you navigate this business. I’ll be there to help you along the way. If you work it – you’ll earn it – and you’ll have something to write home about! You can do this – lots of folks have done it before you, you’re not alone.

I have more questions.
Great! If you are interested I’d love to chat with you, answer any questions, and help you discover a side of yourself you never knew you had! No pressure, no obligation, just a chat over beverages. Contact me¬†to meet. Or – join my team¬†and start earning today!

FAQs about Becoming a Norwex Consultant

Say ‘NO’ to Fabric Softeners

The Environmental Working Group has a recommendation for you; stop using fabric softeners – of any kind.

I have a request of you as well; PLEASE stop using fabric softeners of any kind. They are literally a swill of chemicals, some of them known carcinogens. It’s hard for me to believe companies are allowed to sell them to consumers. So let’s educate each other. Tell your friends and loved ones to skip the softeners and save themselves!

Sheep's Wool Dryer Balls
Sheep’s Wool Dryer Balls

How can you get your laundry soft and static free without chemical softeners you ask? Use Dryer Balls. They tumble in your dryer and even help dry your loads quicker, saving you money.

Norwex Wool Dryer Balls naturally soften with lanolin and are fully renewable.

Don’t you feel smarter now?

What’s in your Household Cleaner?

Do you know what’s in the cleaners you use in your home? Think about this…do you REALLY know? Unless you’re making it yourself you don’t. Here’s why…

In the United States there is no federal mandate to tell you what is in the cleaning products you purchase. So even if you see an ingredient list on the product, know that it most probably isn’t a complete list. There are going to be unlisted chemicals in those cleaners. And even worse…there aren’t any testing requirements for chemicals in cleaners!!

The Environmental Working Group has an entire article about the lack of federal oversight.

Now let’s talk about Norwex. Do you need a list of ALL the ingredients in our products? Norwex doesn’t put it on their products, but they do publish those lists for their consultants to access. And I can send any of those lists to you! All you need to do is Ask Me. YAY Norwex!

Deep Cleaning Demonstration

For those of you who like a visual I’ve created a Deep Cleaning Video so you can see the process. I borrowed two really dirty cloths from customers (thanks Kay and Andrea). Watch these cloths¬†come clean right before your very eyes!!

Keep this in mind:

  • You can boil water on the stove and add the cloths to clean them. I don’t use this method because I would walk away and the cloths would end up permanently stuck to my pan! I prefer to boil the water and pour it into a bowl or sink.
  • Remember also that the gunk in your cloths builds up over time, in layers. To remove all that gunk you will likewise have to soak your cloths multiple times, each soak¬†will remove more layered gunk.
  • Stains do not affect the working power of your microfiber – they are just stains. This will happen when you use your cloths for cleaning. When you are done deep cleaning there may still be stains. Don’t panic. Just launder and use.

Here are the written Deep Clean Instructions from an earlier post.