For those of you who like a visual I’ve created a Deep Cleaning Video so you can see the process. I borrowed two really dirty cloths from customers (thanks Kay and Andrea). Watch these cloths come clean right before your very eyes!!
Keep this in mind:
- You can boil water on the stove and add the cloths to clean them. I don’t use this method because I would walk away and the cloths would end up permanently stuck to my pan! I prefer to boil the water and pour it into a bowl or sink.
- Remember also that the gunk in your cloths builds up over time, in layers. To remove all that gunk you will likewise have to soak your cloths multiple times, each soak will remove more layered gunk.
- Stains do not affect the working power of your microfiber – they are just stains. This will happen when you use your cloths for cleaning. When you are done deep cleaning there may still be stains. Don’t panic. Just launder and use.
Here are the written Deep Clean Instructions from an earlier post.
Norwex microfiber, undo the nasty!
Many of you have Norwex microfiber that you’ve used and abused, wiping up spills and messes all over the house! Has your Norwex become stiff, smelly or crusty feeling? If so chances are the microfiber has gotten full of gunk! Let’s get it cleaned up – here are the instructions. (Deep Clean no more than 4 times annually.)
- Get a heat-resistant bowl, or plug up a sink.
- Gather your Norwex cloths that need a deep clean.
- You’ll also need some Norwex Laundry detergent.
- Boil enough water to fill your bowl or sink.
- Put about 1/4 teaspoon of Norwex Laundry Detergent in the vessel.
- Pour a small amount of boiling water on the laundry detergent to get suds started.
- Put the Norwex cloths in the vessel and pour boiling water to fill.
- Soak until cool. Stirring occasionally.
- Rinse cloths until water runs clear.
- Repeat as necessary until water is clear.
- Launder cloths and pop in the dryer when process is complete.
Watch the video
Let me know if it worked!!