Microfiber Booster – for your laundry

A client recently contacted me about her Norwex bath towels. She LOVES them, and takes really good care of them, so they should last her for years. Lately tho they don’t smell so clean, and she reached out to ask for advice. I suggested a deep clean of her towels and in the telling I realized that adding the Microfiber Laundry Booster to her Norwex cleaning collection could help with this as well…so I suggested it, and now I’m suggesting it to you as well.

Microfiber Laundry Booster

The Microfiber Laundry Booster is new to Norwex in the last few years and I use it regularly; both as a booster by adding a scoop to the load, and as an additive to Ultra Power Plus powder. “What the what?!!”, you ask. Here are the two ways I use this fabulous product and the third Norwex recommendation to use in deep cleaning…

  1. When I open a new bag of Ultra Power Plus powder detergent I add 1/4 to 1/2 cup to the bag, seal it back up and shake. I like the extra boost that gives me every time I wash a load.
  2. If I’m washing a particularly dirty, smelly, and/or grimy load I add a scoop to the washer, right along with my powder or liquid Norwex laundry detergent. (Reminder: always add detergent first if you don’t have a detergent dispenser.)
  3. Put a full scoop in HOT water and soak Norwex cloths 30 minutes. Rinse then launder.

Thanks Nanci for the ask…I appreciate it!

Lose the Paper Towels

It may seem hard to do in our ‘throw-away’ society, but you really can stop using paper towels in your kitchen. I have greatly cut back on my paper towel use. I never did like to use them much, probably because I’m frugal and hated throwing the towel out after just one use!

Did you know…
…paper towels are made with chlorine, which releases harmful chemicals into the air and onto your food?
…40% of the US landfills are paper trash?
…paper products that have ANY food products, grease or body fluids can not be recycled?
…3000 tons of paper towel waste are created every single day?

I use the Norwex kitchen towel and kitchen cloth set instead. Norwex microfiber holds 8 times its weight and cleans up any kind of dirt or spill in your kitchen. I use the kitchen towel to dry my hands and dishes. The towel dries quickly and can go a long time between laundering.

Both the Norwex kitchen towel and kitchen cloth contain micro silver so they self-purify. Use Norwex Kitchen Set for days in your kitchen with no musty smell. And…they are a Customer Special for April!
Sources:
Recycle Nation
Business Insider

Fur Babies – The Rest of the Family

Many of us have fur babies of one kind or another; dogs, cats, gerbils, bunnies, the list could go on and on. How many of you want, no NEED, to keep them clean as they navigate outside and throughout your house?

Great SAVINGS in February!
Great SAVINGS in February!

Norwex makes it easy with the Pet Mitt and Towel. You can easily wipe wet bellies and paws after a walk, or dry your pets after a bath. And that Pet Mitt, made of Norwex fantastic microfiber, REALLY pulls the dirt out of a furry coat.

This month the Pet Mitt and Towel are on special. Save some money and keep your pets, and thus your home, clean!

 

Not Just For Kids

Norwex has these kid’s towels that are really awesome…awesome because kids WANT to dry their hands on these towels! They are called Pet to dry towels and that’s just what kids do. Super-soft too!

You know how your pre-schoolers don’t want to take time to properly use a towel to dry their hands? That is a problem no more! These towels attach to your towel rack/ring and all the kids have to do is run their hands down the critter and voilà – DRY!

Here is a video so you can see the Pet to Dry in action! You can get a Grey Kitten, Brown Bear, Pink Pig and Yellow Tiger.

And, not to be left out – I know plenty of grown-ups who like these towels too, and hang them in their bathrooms!

How to hang the Chenille Hand Towel

Do you have the Chenille Hand Towel? Don’cha love it?!! I know I do! It’s sooooo very soft. Plus convenient to hang and use – and it’s always where you need it! I keep one on the handle of my oven where it’s really convenient to give my hands a quick dry.

Use in Kitchen or Bath
Use in Kitchen or Bath

Put one on your bathroom towel rack. Hang one off a stroller when you take the kids for a walk. Convenient to dry messy hands.

Watch this video to learn how to hang it!