Is your Norwex Window cloth leaving behind link or streaks?
Do your Norwex Microfiber Enviro Cloths, Bath Towels, Body Cloths, or Kitchen Cloths feel a little dingy or heavy?
Our awesome consultants work hard to educate customers on the best practices for not only using your cloths, but we care about how you care for your Norwex so that it will last you beyond the 2 year warranty our company offers.
Basic refresher on extending the life and maximizing the performance of your cloths starts with some basic guidelines for washing. Let’s review!
After you are done using any Norwex cloth to clean (Counter cloths, Enviro Cloth, Kitchen Cloth, Body Cloth, etc.) then be sure to take it to the sink.
- Slightly dirty microfiber cloths can be washed with Norwex Dishwashing Liquid under warm running water. Rinse thoroughly after washing and hang to dry or drop into the dryer. For best cleaning results, Norwex Microfiber should be machine dried after laundering.
- Launder microfiber cloths separately or with other lint-free laundry and dry completely.
- Use Norwex Ultra Power Plus™ Laundry Detergent for best results.
- Between launderings, use our Rubber Brush to remove dirt from dry Mop Pads and Entry Mat.
- Do not use bleach, fabric softener or dryer sheets when laundering microfiber as these additives coat the fibers and reduce their ability to clean effectively.
- When your cloths are pushed to the limits, a big beat up and “heavy” feeling, it’s time for a Deep Soak.
Remember, these cloths are meant to clean mechanically, so what doesn’t rinse out is going to need to be washed out in the washing cycle. That’s where our Booster product is a must have. Not only do I use it in the wash for an extra oomp when I am laundering workout gear, my son’s baseball laundry, dog towels, I keep it on hand to “Deep Soak” my Norwex cloths. The Booster really helps “open up” the microfiber and release built up mineral deposits, grime and yuck.
Take care of your Norwex and it will perform well for years!