Summertime can be a whirlwind, so who has time to be cleaning up frequent messes?
From the melting ice cream to the dirty dog paws, summer brings more messes than than I like to deal with. Plus, if you don’t get to those messes fast, they get super sticky and the ants will inevitably call all their friends and have a picnic under your table.
That’s why I keep EnviroCloths in strategic places! Just water and the Norwex BacLock™ microfiber deal with all the messes quickly and effectively! Norwex microfiber is very fine, 1/200th of a human hair; and very dense, 1,800 miles long if you unraveled it! Once the area has been wiped down, BacLock™ self-purifies the cloth by using microsilver to create a harsh environment where bacteria cannot reproduce. No wonder an EnviroCloth is so useful!
Here are 5 places keep an EnviroCloth in the summer:
1) Patio: Have you ever invited friends over for a grill out and realized your patio furniture was quite dirty, right before they came? Just wipe it down with a wet EnviroCloth. Enjoy your night while you and your guests sit on clean furniture.
2) Car: Melting ice cream, pop spills, and sweaty seats all gone after a quick wipe down with a wet EnviroCloth!
3) Beach Bag: You never know who has been sitting in those poolside chairs before you. Chances are they were lathered in suncreen, sweating, and eating an ice cream cone. Wet your EnviroCloth in tap water (not the pool water) and wipe your chair down. Relax!
4) Boat: Men don’t seem to care much where the fish slime lands in the boat, but I do! Don’t cringe at every surface, just wipe down whatever your heart desires and enjoy a night on the lake!
5) Cabin/Camper/Camping Stuff: Don’t lug your chemicals into the woods; go all-natural with water and an EnviroCloth! This will take the dirt of the woods away without the toxins.
Where are some unlikely places you keep an Enviro Cloth?
If you’d like more Enviro Cloths to stash away, consider throwing a party in June!
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