How to use a norwex window cloth

How to use a norwex window cloth

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It was so amazing! This woman cleaned off ALL this crusty dog slobber so quickly and the sliding glass door looked gorgeous! So of course I bought the Norwex cloths, and now they just arrived and… how do I use them again??

How to use a norwex window cloth

(No, she didn’t make the dog disappear.)

Whatever you do, DON’T leave your amazing Norwex cloths sitting in the bag on your counter because you can’t remember how to use them!

Here are step-by-step instructions for how to use and how to clean Norwex cloths:

How to use a norwex window cloth

1. Start with the Enviro cloth (check the tag in the corner for which cloth is which). Get it wet, and wring it out.

2. Fold the Enviro cloth in half, then in half again, so it’s a square. Hold it flat in your hand, so all those millions of tiny fibers can grab all the gunk off your surface.

3. Find the dirtiest spot in your kitchen and scrub it clean using just the Enviro cloth and water! Try your stove hood, or on top of the refrigerator, or the wall beside your stove. When one side is dirty, refold the cloth another way so you have a clean square.

4. When you’ve used all the clean surfaces of your cloth, or when you finish the job, take it to the sink and under running water, scrub the cloth against itself. If it’s really greasy and dirty, you can use just a little dab of dish soap to help release the grease. Rinse well.

5. Now take both cloths into a bathroom that needs to be cleaned. Start with the mirror – wipe with the damp Enviro cloth first to get rid of all the toothpaste and hairspray. Then wipe with the Polish/Window cloth. Doesn’t it look gorgeous?

6. Do the same thing to your faucet – damp Enviro first, then wipe with the Polish cloth. Wow! You’re an AMAZING housekeeper.

7. Wipe the rest of the countertop and sink with the damp Enviro cloth. Wasn’t that easy? And truly, that surface is probably cleaner than it’s ever been, with no chemical residue left behind!

8. Scrub out the Enviro cloth again under running water, wring it out, and hang it up to dry until you need to use it again. The BacLock silver agent is self-purifying the cloth as it dries!

9. Sit down and be amazed by how easily and effectively you can clean now!

10. Once a week, or more often if heavily soiled, wash your cloths in your machine in hot water with three simple rules:

  • no bleach
  • no fabric softener (NOT liquid or dryer sheets)
  • low lint (wash with sheets or jeans, NOT cotton towels)

A laundry detergent without fillers or fragrance is best. I love our Norwex Ultra Power Plus detergent!

SO EASY! Norwex cloths have a two year warranty, so you will save so much money not having to go down that cleaning aisle in the grocery store again!

How to use a norwex window cloth

Have streak-free windows you can be proud of with the Norwex Window Cloth.

The Norwex Window Cloth has long been a customer favorite. Using only water, you can use this microfiber Window Cloth with BacLock technology to clean your windows, mirrors, and shiny surfaces without any streaking!

The Secret to Streak-Free Windows

The microfiber Window Cloth allows you to clean windows, mirrors, jewelry, and shiny surfaces with only water. Simply spray water on the surface then polish with a dry Window Cloth.

The secret to streak-free windows lies within the Norwex microfiber woven into the Window Cloth. Each strand of Norwex microfiber is 1/200 the size of a single human hair.

What makes the Window Cloths so great and different is their silky finish. Not only do they do a great job of cleaning the windows with the Norwex microfiber, the silky finish polishes the windows as you wipe, giving you very clean, streak-free windows.

How to Use the Norwex Window Cloth

The Window Cloth is best used dry. For best use, fold the cloth to give you sixteen sides to work with.

To start, you can use a spray bottle to get the window wet. then use the Window Cloth to dry and polish for a streak-free clean. As you clean, you can unfold the cloth as needed so that you’re always cleaning with a clean side.

Helpful Tip: I have found that using a damp Norwex Enviro Cloth instead of a spray bottle works even better. This is because the Enviro Cloth does such a great job of removing dirt and debris from the windows.

You can also use the Norwex Window Cloth on much more than just windows. It also works great on:

  • Jewelry
  • Stainless Steel
  • Chrome
  • Mirrors
  • Glass Tables
  • Granite Countertops
  • and much more!

Window Cloth vs. Windex

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See the Norwex Window Cloth in action – check out this demo video of Norwex vs. window cleaners:

Plus, did you know that the chemicals found in Windex have been directly linked to causing many health problems? Several studies have linked the chemicals in Windex to serious health problems such as:

  • Kidney Damage
  • Liver Damage
  • Toxicity
  • Endocrine Disruption
  • Skin Allergies
  • Asthma
  • Other respiratory problems

You can read more on the dangers of Windex here.

Aside from the chemicals, Windex does an ok job at getting the windows streak free. However, most people agree that the cleaning/wiping technique has more to do with getting streak-free windows than what the product does.

The Window Cloth on the other hand, both cleans and polishes the windows. This means that with whatever technique you use, you get streak-free windows.

Plus, a 32oz. bottle of Windex typically goes for $8-9, and may last you a few months. The Norwex Window Cloths sell for only $19.99, and will last you several years.

The Window Cloth both cleans better and saves you money!

See how easy it is to have the streak-free windows you’ve always wanted.

Order today and discover why thousands of happy Norwex customers will tell you that these Window Cloths need to be in everyone’s home!

Did you just purchase the ‘Basic Package’ from Norwex? It’s the best selling Norwex duo called the EnviroCloth and Window Cloth. But, switching to Norwex can seem intimidating at first. I understand that they are a whole new ‘way’ of cleaning. Don’t worry – It doesn’t have to be intimidating! My daughter made you a quick tutorial video to teach you how to use your EnviroCloth and Window Cloth, so you don’t have to worry that you don’t know what to do with them. Check it out!

The greatest offence is to buy these cloths, fold them up neatly, tuck them in a drawer, and not use them! It’s not allowed! Keep these two cloths close-by and clean, clean, clean with them! And don’t just stick to windows. Clean ALL THE THINGS with them, k?

If you’ve been using these cloths, and LOVE them, then you’re ready to graduate to the next best thing: the Norwex Dusting Mitt!

How to use a norwex window cloth

You’ll love this since it uses only a static charge to pick up and hold onto dust and hair. No furniture polish required! This makes dusting a quick and easy job.

For heavily soiled surfaces, first clean with a moist EnviroCloth, then finish with the Window Cloth, wiping in the same direction as the grain. When using on easily scratched surfaces such as brushed stainless steel, first test Norwex Microfiber on an inconspicuous spot. Not for use on anti-glare surfaces.

Similarly, can you use Norwex cloths on stainless steel?

Cleaning Stainless Steel With Norwex. It’s so easy to use the various Norwex cloths to clean your entire house. For stainless steel you only need to use the EnviroCloth and water for the cleaning part. These two cloths will clean an entire fridge and so much more!

Furthermore, do you wet the Norwex window cloth? You can either lightly spray the surface with water and then use the window cloth to dry and polish, but I prefer to wash first with a Norwex Enviro cloth, which really cleans the dirt, and window cleaner residue off. Then wipe the wet, clean surface with your window cloth until dry.

In this regard, how does the Norwex stainless steel cloth work?

Stainless Steel Cloth, steel blue

  • Problem.
  • To polish stainless steel, rub dry Stainless Steel Cloth in the direction of the grain.
  • Norwex Microfiber has the ability to remove up to 99% of bacteria from a surface with only water when following the proper care and use instructions.
  • Minerals from hard water can leave spots on stainless steel.

Is Norwex worth the cost?

While Norwex is definitely not a scam, it is expensive, no question about that. However, I am personally more interested in value. Under current pricing models, a window cloth costs $19.99 (plus tax and s/h).

Keeping your Norwex cloths in good shape can help you get the most use out of them. Following proper care and laundering instructions is an important part in allowing the cloths to work most effectively and efficiently around your home. So let’s get to it!

How to use a norwex window cloth

How to Properly Care for your Norwex Cloths

In between laundering, slightly dirty cloths can be rinsed well under warm running water and hung to dry.

Cloths that have been heavily soiled or used to clean a high bacteria load (e.g. raw meat, toilets, the kitchen sink) should be laundered before their next use. I always err on the side of caution and throw a cloth in the laundry when I’m feeling iffy. Better to wash too often than not enough!

Wash your Norwex cloths in HOT water – this allows the fibers to swell and release all the dirt and grime trapped in the cloth. Wash the cloths either by themselves (if you have a large enough load) or launder with non-linty loads (such as sheets). I highly recommend using Norwex laundry detergent, but it’s not required – you can can use any laundry detergent you have.

Do not use bleach, fabric softeners, or dryer sheets, as these products will coat and damage the cloth fibers, reducing their ability to clean effectively.

Deep Cleaning Instructions

If you find your Norwex cloth has not been cleaning as well as it used to or begins to become stiff or smelly, you may need to do a deep clean.

Step One: Fill a pot with enough water to cover your cloths and bring to a boil.

Step Two: Drop your cloths in the pot and turn the heat down to a low simmer. Optional: Add about ½ to 1 teaspoon of powder laundry detergent.

Step Three: Boil your cloths for 10 minutes, gently stirring every so often. The hot water and agitation work together to allow the fibers to swell and release dirt and debris.

Step Four: Let the water cool completely before draining. Give cloths a final rinse under running water, then wring out and hang to dry or toss in the dryer.

You may be surprised at what comes out in the water! Your Norwex cloths work extremely hard around your home to pick up all sorts of dirt, grime, and debris. A deep clean may be needed every so often to make sure the cloths themselves are staying clean and therefore able to work most effectively.

Deep cleaning can be performed two or three times a year to keep your cloths fresh and in tip-top shape. If you find you are needing to perform a deep clean more often, make sure you review the proper care and use instructions. Norwex cloths should never be used with any type of soap or cleaning chemical. Don’t pair your envirocloth with pine-sol to clean the floors, don’t use it with dish soap to clean the showers, etc. The beauty of Norwex is that you are able to clean entirely with water!

There are two exceptions: 1) Norwex cleaning products that have been specially designed to work with the microfiber cloths such as the cleaning paste or Blue Diamond bathroom cleaner; and 2) certain kitchen items such as the dish cloths or spirisponges can be used with dishwashing liquid.

Also ensure that you are properly rinsing and hanging to dry used cloths in between laundering. The most important thing is that the cloths not stay damp for long periods of time. Allowing the cloth to fully dry lets the BacLock® agent go to work, inhibiting the growth of bacterial odor, mold, and mildew. Following these instructions should keep your Norwex cloths in great shape for years to come!

The Norwex Hand-held System with the Norwex Window Cloth Mop Pad is truly like a SuperHero Sidekick to the Norwex mop system! It has this amazing supporting role to the Superior Mop System but also, is so amazing by itself, too.

I know I have already talked so much about the Norwex mop system, and how great it is…I honestly can not stop. It is the most versatile system out there, and I know you will love it if you give it a chance. And it truly has transformed floor cleaning for me! I have one more addition to let you know about, and then I will wrap it up….. I promise.

More Norwex Mop System Accessories!

Today, I want to let you all know about the sidekick – the Norwex HANDHELD CLEANING SYSTEM! We are talking about all the great things we have already discussed for the Norwex Superior Mini Mop system, but take away the Telescopic Handle, and add A HAND-HELD handle instead, and voilà! This means all those great amazing mop pads now can work IN YOUR HAND! You can clean your windows, tabletops, and any smaller items with your hands!

How to use a norwex window cloth

The Multi-use Handle is easy to grip and has a bristle brush as the end for those locations where you need a bit of scrubbing power. The handle then FITS all the attachments that you would also use for the SMALL Superior Mop system.

So, the squeegee, and the mop base for ALL the mop pads! I love how the head on the mop base pivots so you are able to maneuver yourself into some harder-to-reach places.

How to use a norwex window cloth

What I LOVE the best for this system is the small window cloth mop pad! Cleaning the mirrors or my windows has never been easier. It is so easy and almost fun! It has cut my window cleaning down to half the time, and again the best thing is that you only need water and your windows will be sparkling clean with minimal streaks.

Perfect for cleaning up doggie nose prints!

Do you have pets who love to look out the window and always leave some “nose art” (a.k.a. doggy nose prints) on the window? That’s my Pepper-girl, for sure! This is the FASTEST WAY to get my window looking amazing again! Love it! So fast and easy! And I love that it removes the bacteria, makes the window look amazing again, and doesn’t harm our fur baby! No chemicals. Just water!

How to use a norwex window cloth Large Norwex Window Cloth Mop Pad on Mop System

The hand-help squeegee system can also attach to the multi-use handle, and can work well for a glass shower door. Note that this is a very firm squeegee, different from your more traditional squeegee. Some people love it, but it can take a bit of getting used to. But for keeping the shower door looking good, a squeegee is one of the best ways to keep it streak-free.

The rubber blade just clicks into the handle, and you are ready to go. It is also flexible enough to use over your tile too so you can do a quick once over to get rid of all the soap scum before you hop out. (And, in case you are wondering – the SQUEEGEE will also fit into the Telescopic Mop Handle so it works on those high-to-reach places.)

Large Window Cloth Mop Pad fits great on the full-sized Norwex Mop!

Also, you can get the full-sized Large Window Cloth Mop Pad to put on your Large Mop system. Many customers are loving this for cleaning floors that are super prone to streaking.

How to use a norwex window cloth

I encourage you to take a look at it – especially if you already have the Superior Mini Mop System. This photo shows some of the mop attachments and how they may help you with your cleaning! This is truly one of the best Norwex Mop Systems additions that you can have. And as always, if you’d like to earn your Norwex Mop System for free, give me a shout! I’d be honored to have you as one of my online hosts, Text-Express Hosts or a member of my Norwex team! Many of my hosts and new team members earn their mop system completely free!

Can you put Norwex mop pads in the dryer? Wash and dry (yes, you can put your Norwex and e-cloths in the dryer) your microfibre cloths with non-lint items. Do not use bleach (it destroys the fibres) or fabric softener. If you accidentally wash or dry your cloth with liquid fabric softener or a dryer sheet, DON’T WORRY.

does the Norwex mop really work?

Is Norwex better than e cloth? The truth is the e-cloth just isn’t as good as Norwex. I’m sure they both clean up the bacteria the same and as for the silver in the Norwex, my Norwex rags stink, as do my sisters.

is Norwex worth the cost?

While Norwex is definitely not a scam, it is expensive, no question about that. However, I am personally more interested in value. Under current pricing models, a window cloth costs $19.99 (plus tax and s/h).

How does a mop work? A mop (such as a floor mop) is a mass or bundle of coarse strings or yarn, etc., or a piece of cloth, sponge, or other absorbent material, attached to a pole or stick. It is used to soak up liquid, for cleaning floors and other surfaces, to mop up dust, or for other cleaning purposes.

can you use vinegar with Norwex mop?

Quick Answer: Absolutely! You can use vinegar with your e-cloth® (and Norwex) cloths. By now, you probably already know that e-cloth (and Norwex) microfiber works to clean almost everything with only water.

What is the blue Norwex cloth used for? How to Use Norwex Products PRODUCT WHERE TO USE MICROFIBER CLOTHS Envirocloth Red /blue/grey/green Surfaces that you would clean with a cloth. Use only water. Removes soap scum, stains on carpeting & upholstery, cleans wood, leather walls and phones. Removes more bacteria than bleach!

Why does my Norwex mop leave streaks?

3 Reasons Why your e-cloth or Norwex Mop Will Leave Streaks If you can wring any water out of it, it’s too wet. The pad should be “just damp” so that your floor will dry almost immediately. The mop pad is dirty – As you mop your floor, the pad will become dirty. It’s important to rinse the pad off as you use it.

What Norwex products are worth the money? Top 5 Best Norwex Products and A Few I Wouldn’t Buy Again The Window Cloth. If you could buy only one product to simplify cleaning your home, the Norwex Window Cloth would be the one. The Rubber Brush. Fact: If dog hair gets on your clothes or couches, this is the best cleaning item I have ever used – by miles. Dusting Mitt. Laundry Detergent. Envirocloth.

How do you clean Norwex mops?

All slightly dirty Mop Pads can be washed with Norwex Dishwashing Liquid under warm running water and used again before laundering. Mop Pads that have been used heavily should be laundered using a Norwex laundry detergent, which contains no fillers. Do not use bleach, fabric softeners or dryer sheets.

Do you use soap with Norwex body cloth?

Answer: The Norwex theory is that you do not need soap or cleanser of any kind with these cloths. However, I do use a face cleanser, rinse the cloth well and let it dry thoroughly. I only wash my Norwex in the wash machine in hot water with my bed sheets and again let them dry thoroughly by air.

What are the best Norwex products?

Top 10 Norwex Products Table Norwex Ultra Power Plus Laundry Detergent. Laundry Detergent. Norwex Antibacterial, Antimicrobial Microfiber Window Polishing Cloth. Window Cloth. Norwex Cleaning Paste. Cleaner. Norwex Kitchen Scrub Cloth. Norwex Rubber Brush. Norwex Enviro Cloth. Norwex Dishwashing Liquid. Norwex Large Tile Mop Pad.

How long do Norwex face cloths last?

How do you wash Norwex cloths?

To wash a Norwex cloth that is only slightly dirty, wash it by hand under warm or hot running water, with a small amount of a gentle detergent. If the cloth is more soiled, place it in the washing machine on the hottest setting, and either wash it alone or with other lint-free items like T-shirts and jeans.

If you are wondering how to use norwex window cloth, you have come to the right place. These clothes have special benefits that are novel to the users. In this article, we will explore more about them.

There are two different types of these cloths. The Enviro Cloth is the blue cloth, and the purple one is the window cloth. You have to know which ones to wet and which ones to keep dry to be effective using them.

With the blue cloth (we will just refer to the colors from now on for the sake of clarity), you will wet it to clean. Then you will use the purple one to dry. If it helps you, you can make up a simple learning strategy. The blue cloth is blue like water. This means it is the one you wet. The purple one is Perfect to dry with. The numonic device might make it simpler when it comes for your time to clean.

First, you will wet the blue cloth. You will use this to get off all of the smudges on the window. You have to be careful though. You don’t want to make it too wet, or it may leave watermarks. You should make sure that your windows are thoroughly cleaned to your liking. This means that you’ve checked for bugs and other markers to be off. If you have exceptionally dirty windows, your process might take longer. You might also want to take a wet paper towel first and try to get off the really grimy parts, like smushed bugs. This will keep your cloth cleaner in the long run, considering that this is a special cloth.

After you have cleaned your windows with the blue cloth, you simply use the purple cloth to dry. If there are old cleaner residues, then you will have to be patient. This might be another reason that your windows are not coming out as sparkling as you like them to be with the Norwex window cloths.

Norwex window cloths are a novel way to clean now. You can use them in place of a lot of household chemicals. They are ideal for people that have allergies to products. Also, you can save on the chemicals that you have to normally buy to clean windows. People in the city or in the country will enjoy these products. They will find that they can have the sparkling windows they deserve without having to breath in all the awful fumes from noxious products.

When you are learning a new system, you will need to be patient with yourself. You might not be an expert at the new cloth system right away. There will be a learning curve, so you need to be patient. Ultimately, you can enjoy your windows being just as clean before with a simpler system in place. You should remember too that you will need to through the cloths into the wash frequently to get rid of the dirt and grime on them.