The Norwex Antibac Window Cloth / Polishing Cloth is AMAZING! It provides streak free windows and mirrors with just water and a cloth.
The Window Cloth allows you to clean windows, mirrors, jewelry and any shiny surface with just water. Start by cleaning the dirty surface with a wet Enviro Cloth and then polish with a dry Window Cloth for a beautiful streak-free shine. If the surface is only mildly dirty, you can spray water on the glass and polish with a dry Window Cloth.
Below is a picture of a patio window before being cleaned with a Norwex window cloth and water. You can see that it has been fingerprinted liberally with sticky hands, and some butter has been applied to make it extra dirty.
Following is a second picture. This shows a beautiful, streak free window that was cleaned with the Norwex Window Cloth / Polishing Cloth and water.
There are no streaks, no lint particles, nothing but a beautiful window that sparkles in the sunlight.
I do a window cleaning or mirror cleaning demonstration at every party where I wipe butter on a window or mirror and then show the guests how easy it is to remove the butter with a wet enviro cloth and then polish the glass to a streak free shine with the Norwex Window Cloth. It’s so FUN to see how wow’d people are each and every time I do the demo!
I love hearing stories from satisfied customers after they first use the enviro cloth and window cloth at home to clean their windows. I have had so many people call and say their family member or friend walked RIGHT INTO a closed glass patio door because it was so clean that they thought the door was open! I have also had many consultants join my team simply because someone had bought them the enviro cloth and window cloth combination (basic antibac package) as a gift. Once they experienced the wonders of cleaning windows with Norwex, they felt so much excitement that they had to share Norwex with others!
What are YOUR stories of how the Norwex Window Cloth / Polishing Cloth has made life easier for you? If you haven’t yet experienced the wonders of Norwex, you can find the Window Cloth / Enviro Cloth combination on my Norwex online sales website HERE.
If you already own the Norwex window cloth and are wondering how to LAUNDER / Care For your cloth, please read my previous post on Caring For Your Norwex Microfiber.
I really enjoy reading blogs, especially healthy living / gluten free blogs. I recently stumbled across a blog by Jeana Lindhart and some friends, and really liked what I saw.
I asked Jeana to give our cloths a really good try, and to let me know what she thought after a few days. She recently wrote a glowing review on http://linhart.blogspot.com/2012/04/norwex.html.
Some of Jeana’s comments include:
- “I’ve found some tools that meet all my requirements and save me some of the time it takes to make my own cleaning products. Norwex cleaning cloths are amazing!”
“The Enviro Cloth is the basic cleaning cloth… It leaves zero residue behind and even easily cleaned up sticky messes and a spot on my counter top which Miles marked with a Sharpie! I used it side by side with a micro-fiber cloth I picked up at Target. The Target cloth basically pushed dirt and hair around. It was really gross. But the Norwex cloth picked dirt and hair up. It actually cleaned my surfaces rather than just smearing stuff around on my surfaces. … It is now my favorite tool ever for basic cleaning. Talk about keeping things simple–this one little cloth can pretty much clean my whole house!“
Jeana went on to say how much she loves the window cloth and the body pack as well, and how the body pack made such a difference for both her and her son. Check out her blog to read her full review and story.
I love seeing what Norwex does to improve the quality of life for those around me, and for their families. How has Norwex improved your quality of life?
I get questions every day from someone asking how to launder their Norwex microfiber.
- I need to boil my Norwex cloths (NOT true)
- I should never wash my Norwex cloths…after all, they are Antibac, right? (again…NOT true)
- I should microwave my Norwex microfiber (I’m not even sure where this rumor came from)
- I can’t ever dry my Norwex microfiber in my clothes dryer (not necessarily true…see below)
That brings us to the question at hand… What ARE the proper laundering / washing and care instructions for Norwex microfiber?
To be as environmentally friendly as possible (and save you time and money!), we suggest that slightly dirty cloths and mops be washed with a few drops of Norwex Dishwashing Liquid under warm running water and used again before laundering.
We recommend that you launder your cloths in your washing machine approximately once each week if they are being used regularly. Some tips to remember:
- Launder microfiber with other lint-free laundry.
- Use only Norwex Ultra Power Plus or another environmentally friendly detergent without fillers or bleach to clean our products.
- Do not use bleach or fabric softener on microfiber. Bleach and fabric softeners destroy the product’s ability to clean effectively.
That last statement about fabric softener seems to trip some people up, so let me clarify. “No fabric softener” means:
- No liquid fabric softener in the washing machine
- No dryer sheets or other fabric softener in the dryer
- NO DRYER SHEET RESIDUE – This is the one that always trips people up. If you EVER use dryer sheets, you would want to air dry your Norwex microfiber. If you have used dryer sheets in the past but plan to stop (and switch to our Norwex Dryer Balls of course!), you will want to scrub out the inside of your dryer with hot soapy water and an old (NOT Norwex microfiber) rag. You will also want to take your lint trap out and clean that under running water to fully remove any fabric softener residue that can build up and cause problems with dryer performance.
What happens if I accidentally use fabric softener or some other conditioning agent, or what if my cloths seem stinky?
This usually means that you have something ‘clogging’ the microfiber and it needs to be deep cleaned to eliminate that residue. It may be fabric softener residue, soaps, or mineral content from your water.
To deep clean, remove stubborn stains, or to remove odors from cloths, Norwex microfiber can be boiled for 10 minutes to allow fibers to swell and release the debris. You can use a solution of 1/4 white vinegar to 3/4 water when boiling.
“I just wanted to let you know that I LOVE the Norwex Tea Towels and Antibac Kitchen Cloths and the Norwex Window Cloth. My kitchen has never been cleaner. My sink never gets that little ring around the edge. It always looks like I just scrubbed it with my former cleaning products. I also have a glass top kitchen table. It’s nearly streak-free every day just using the wet kitchen cloth. I used to use a wet terrycloth wash cloth. In order to get it “squeaky clean” I had to use vinegar and water and a squeegee! Now, I just wipe it with the antibac kitchen cloth and it air dries nearly perfect. On the days that I want it perfect…I quickly dry it with the window cloth and BAM it’s spotless! I tell everyone I talk to about housework about them. It’s cut my cleaning time in half. I just clean with water and can go from spot to spot without needing to grab a cleaner or keep track of it. Thank you for making such a wonderful product.”
Christy Kimbrel www.theexceptionalhometeam.com
“I love that I can use a kitchen cloth to wipe down my counters, then a bit later use it to clean up sticky fingers and spilled milk, leave it out for the day and it still smells as clean as new! And of course not having to grab cleaning products when I’m in a hurry is great too. Our house is on the market and I love that I can avoid the “just cleaned” smell an hour before a showing by wiping down my whole house with the same cloth.”
Karissa Johnson, Healthy Lifestyle Educator and mom of 3, Moms on the Run