Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Have You Heard of Norwex?

I hadn't either until this year when a friend invited me to a "Facebook Party" about Norwex. They are a type of cloth whose unique fibers allow you to clean with no chemicals. Sounds impossible doesn't it? I must admit I was skeptical. I only attended the party to support my friend who was the host .

In the Facebook party the representative for Norwex posts several videos demonstrating the product. I was amazed. So much so that I did purchase some of the cloths.

Please don't misunderstand this post. I am NOT trying to sell you on Norwex. I'm just sharing my own personal experience and then you can decide.

I am a little embarrassed to say I did not immediately use the cloths. I received them and stuck them in a closet. Mainly because I have a housekeeper who speaks limited English once a week and I didn't think I would be able to explain how to use or care for these cloths.

I had a church conference I was registered to attend in Wylie June 22nd. Wylie is over by Plano and
Dallas. All city area. My truck was filthy and I didn't want to look like a "country bumpkin" come to the big city. So the day before I was to leave town I washed my truck and used my Norwex cloths.

I know this isn't the best picture but I just happened to think about taking "before" and "after" pictures right before I put my money in to start the water.

This is the Norwex car mit I used to clean with. All I used was water and this mit.

This is the cloth I used to wipe off the water. It's called the Envirocloth. It's kind of Norwex all purpose cloth.

Look at that shine! I will admit it didn't clean the tires as well but the wheels cleaned good.

For the windows they recommend a different cloth. This is what I used on the windows. It's called a "window cloth"  (How original) 😉

The hardest part for me cleaning a vehicle is the windows. I can never seem to get rid of streaks!

This is looking through the windshield the hardest of the windows to clean. Look, NO STREAKS!

I even cleaned inside the vehicle. I used nothing but a wet Norwex Cloth. Wished I had thought to take a picture of the inside "before". It was really dusty!

Well, there ya have it. Just water and a rag. Pretty cool huh?!

I was a believer when I bought the cloths but I am fully convinced now that I've used them!

Of course they sell all kinds of different products. This was just a few of the their products.

Thanks for bearing with me. I just thought it was too cool not to share 😊

Have a good one!

1 comment:

  1. Interesting. I've never heard of them. Will have to think about it and check it out one day.