Last fall Norwex introduced the Ergo-bend attachment for the mop handle. It adds some inches to the handle and allows you to clean under furniture without having to bend over. I’ve created a video for you to see exactly how it works and how I use it.
Two what? Two dusting mitts! Because why? Because you can put one on each hand.
Now rub them together to get the static going and dust halfway around the house. Next, change the dust mitts to the opposite hands and voilá, you have two clean sides to finish the dusting.
OR – give one to each kid so no one is left out. OR – give one to your significant other to help you dust, sharing chores gets it done quicker so more time for fun!
And wouldn’t ya know it – this month Norwex offers the Spring Cleaning Power Pack just for this purpose!
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.
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.
Many of us have fur babies of one kind or another; dogs, cats, gerbils, bunnies, the list could go on and on. How many of you want, no NEED, to keep them clean as they navigate outside and throughout your house?
Norwex makes it easy with the Pet Mitt and Towel. You can easily wipe wet bellies and paws after a walk, or dry your pets after a bath. And that Pet Mitt, made of Norwex fantastic microfiber, REALLY pulls the dirt out of a furry coat.
This month the Pet Mitt and Towel are on special. Save some money and keep your pets, and thus your home, clean!
There’s not a lot to it. All you need to do is properly wash and dry your microfiber when it gets dirty. Use Norwex Laundry Detergent for best results, but that isn’t necessary.
- No bleach
- No fabric softeners or dryer sheets
That’s it! Simple.
Q. How often should you wash your Norwex?
A. Wash when it gets dirty. If you use it regularly wash every 1-2 weeks. Or if you prefer wash it every time you use it.
Norwex microfiber is good for 500 washings, so you can “Keep It Clean” however you prefer.
When you spend your hard-earned dollars on a product, you want it to work right? I get it – I’m the same way. I will tell you I was not too thrilled that my first purchase of Norwex was going to cost me over $30. I mean, how could those cloths do any better job than what I was getting from my recycled rags I was using at home? BOY was I wrong!!!
Norwex microfiber gets results. A picture is worth 1000 words…