Norwex Timeless Lip Balm packs a powerful punch. Norwex Timeless Lip Balm penetrates dry lips quickly. Designed to condition, moisturize and protect, Norwex Timeless Lip Balm is the perfect thing for chapped, dry lips. As winter is winding down on the east coast, I find my skin and lips to be more dry, more often. Norwex Timeless Lip Balm is one of my favorite Norwex products. I just make sure I keep Norwex Timeless Lip Balm in my purse, so I can grab and apply with ease.
The Norwex Bathroom Scrub Mitt is a square pink power cleaning Norwex product. On one side of the Norwex Bathroom Scrub Mitt is a thicker, plusher version of the Norwex microfiber you already know and love. The other side of the Norwex Bathroom Scrub Mitt has a scrubby mesh.
I start with the scrub mesh side of the Norwex Bathroom Scrub Mitt, damp, to tackle soap scum in my shower. (I can also report that the scrub side of the Norwex Bathroom Scrub Mitt is also effective on dried cat barf on rugs, upholstery, etc.) Once I’ve loosened the dried or caked on offending stain, I flip the Norwex Bathroom Scrub Mitt over and use the Norwex microfiber to wipe the area clean.
The sponge liner on the Norwex microfiber side of the Norwex Bathroom Scrub Mitt makes the Norwex Bathroom Scrub Mitt even more absorbent. This flexible Norwex product is a staple in my cleaning arsenal.
The Norwex Household Package contains 3 key Norwex products that every one can use – in any environment. Whether you live in a 3,000 square foot mansion or a 300 square foot RV, the Norwex products in the Norwex Household Package will help you get your cleaning projects done with ease.
With just water and a Norwex cloth you can clean without chemicals. The Norwex Household Package includes a bright yellow Norwex cloth that, when dry, traps dust and removes it from surfaces. When wet, the Norwex cloth cleans and removes bacteria from surfaces.
Finally, the Norwex Household Package comes with the Norwex dusting mitt. Put on the Norwex dusting mitt and start walking around your living room. What needs dusting? The Norwex dusting mitt will grab the dust from your television screen, your ceiling fan, your window blinds. Spring cleaning? Put on the Norwex dusting mitt and run it up and down the surface of your window screens. You won’t believe how much dirt comes off the screen and on to the Norwex dusting mitt! I continue to be amazed at the way the Norwex dusting mitt grabs dust and traps it.
The Norwex lint mitt is another Norwex powerhouse. Completely unassuming, the Norwex lint mitt does a spectacular job. When I travel, I am frequently reminded of my cats – who shed a great deal and somehow manage to deposit an inordinant amount of pet hair on my clothing. Norwex provides me with the tools to eliminate pet hair on my clothes with the Norwex lint mitt.
Don’t be fooled by the small size of the Norwex lint mitt. Just a quick brush of the Norwex lint mitt lifts the pet hair away. Some people like to brush UP and others like to brush DOWN. This is not a problem for the Norwex lint mitt – it’s reversible! As such, the Norwex lint mitt is one of the most versitile Norwex products!
To clean your Norwex lint mitt, simply run your hand across it in the opposite direction than you would to lift pet hair. You can also use your Norwex rubber brush to deep clean. I also recommend occasionally tossing your Norwex lint mitt into the wash. I use Norwex laundry detergent and I put my Norwex lint mitt and other Norwex products in my Norwex washing net. You don’t “need” to do either. You can wash your Norwex lint mitt out in the sink with a little Norwex dishwashing liquid. If you choose to go “off brand,” just make sure you are using a detergent without fillers, fabric softeners, or bleach.
The Norwex odor eliminator is designed to attack odors and leave a fresh scent behind. Norwex odor eliminator is made of bacterial spores that actually eat the organic compounds that are causing the odors. Once again, Norwex is offering a Norwex product that allows you to clean without chemicals.
Norwex odor eliminator is designed to be used diluted. 2 tablespoons of Norwex odor eliminator combines nicely with 1 cup (or 1 Norwex spray bottle‘s worth of water. Using this diluted amount of Norwex odor eliminator, spray in a mist directly on stuffed animals, couches, chairs, at the ceiling for a whole room refresh!
Whether you order the Norwex dryer balls or the Norwex fluff and tumble dryer balls, you will be able (once again) to clean without chemicals because you will no longer need your dryer sheets or fabric softener. Instead, the Norwex dryer balls toss and tumble in the
dryer, fluffing the laundry and doing the same thing a fabric softener or dryer sheet would do. Except the Norwex dryer balls are reusable, and therefore economical. Additionally, Norwex dryer balls and Norwex fluff and tumble dryer balls don’t harm the environment and don’t embed chemicals onto your clothes, your sheets, your towels. Instead, Norwex dryer balls and Norwex fluff and tumble dryer balls soften your clothes naturally – and they reduce static cling! Additionally, with the action of the Norwex dryer balls and Norwex fluff and tumble dryer balls, your drying time is reduced by up to 25%.
What’s the difference between Norwex dryer balls and Norwex fluff and tumble dryer balls? Fair question. First, Norwex dryer balls are made of green plastic. Norwex dryer balls have prickly spikes sticking out of them (they don’t hurt) and are oval. Norwex dryer balls come in a package of two. They work just fine in the fabric softening department. Norwex fluff and tumble dryer balls come in a package of three. The Norwex fluff and tumble dryer balls are all natural, made of 100% New Zealand wool.
The Norwex washing net is an excellent tool to help you keep your Norwex cloths in good working condition. Dryer sheets, and dryers that have been exposed to dryer sheets, are not good for Norwex cloths. As such, if you are a fan of dryer sheets, or are not sure if the previous owner of your dryer used dryer sheets, you shouldn’t put your Norwex cloths in the dryer.
I put my Norwex cloths in my Norwex washing net and toss the whole thing in the washing machine. (Note: you don’t have to use Norwex laundry detergent to clean your Norwex cloths, but you should make sure you launder them using a detergent that doesn’t have fillers. (Fillers and dryer sheets impact the ability of the Norwex microfiber from doing its job.)
I don’t know the laundry habits of the person who lived in my house before me and I am not about to risk my beloved Norwex cloths. Putting my Norwex cloths in the Norwex washing net allows me to easily keep track of my Norwex cloths as I make the transfer from washer to dryer. This way, you can keep your Norwex cloths out of the rotation. I take my Norwex cloths out of the Norwex washing net and let them air dry.
I love my Norwex Ultra Plus Laundry Detergent! I find it interesting that some of the Norwex products I love the most are also the Norwex products I was also most reluctant to try. I will admit that the price of Norwex Ultra Plus Laundry Detergent was a bit intimidating. I am used to paying around $12.00 a bottle for laundry detergent, and the Norwex Ultra Plus Laundry Detergent is much more than that.
What I failed to appreciate, however, is how little Norwex Ultra Plus Laundry Detergent I need to clean a load of laundry. I also wasn’t aware that most powder laundry detergent has additives known as “fillers.” Are there other powder detergents cheaper? Sure. But are other powder detergents better? Nope. Soap is only good if it works. Norwex Ultra Plus Laundry Detergent cleans your clothes, your Norwex cloths, your Norwex mop pads.
I was surprised at the low amount of suds using Norwex Ultra Plus Laundry Detergent. Don’t let that deter you. What matters is how Norwex Ultra Plus Laundry Detergent cleans your clothes. My first Norwex Ultra Plus Laundry Detergent lasted over a year. And then I was hooked.
The purpose of the Norwex magnet ball is to reduce the amount of soap (such as Norwex laundry detergent and Norwex dishwashing soap ) used in your laundry and dishwasher. How does the Norwex magnet ball work? First, Norwex wraps a powerful magnet inside a rubber like compound, with holes within the unit to allow water to pass through. The Norwex magnet ball is designed to reduce the calcium, lime, and magnesium build up on your dishes and your clothes that so often comes with hard water. The Norwex magnet ball won’t technically make your hard water turn to soft water, but it will reduce the ability of calcium, lime, and magnesium to deposit themselves and build up on glassware and laundry.
Do you currently use a product to “rinse” your dishes so they don’t leave spots? The Norwex magnet ball will eliminate the cost of that product – and allow you another opportunity to clean without chemicals . You could also put the Norwex magnet ball in the tank of your toilet to reduce that same lime, calcium, and magnesium build up.
A couple of notes and cautions: 1. To clean your Norwex magnet ball , run a damp Norwex cloth through the hole in the Norwex magnet ball once a month to remove the build up of fragments the Norwex magnet ball takes out of your wash water! 2. Do NOT use your Norwex magnet ball in a front loading washing machine. The water flow in front loaders is not enough to support the Norwex magnet ball . 3. When using your Norwex magnet ball in your dishwasher, put it on the lower rack. And make sure there is an opportunity for water to flow through it (in other words, don’t put it between two plates!).
My sister had a Norwex party several years ago. I went because, well, she’s my sister. I had no intention of being remotely impressed with Norwex products. I sat on the couch with my brother-in-law as the Norwex consultant talked about Norwex. But then, the moment that every one who’s been to a Norwex party can’t forget – the Norwex consultant took a pad of butter and wiped it on my sister’s living room window. She then took a damp Norwex cloth and wiped the butter away – no smears, no fuss! “Let me see that!” my brother-in-law demanded. He and I examined the Norwex cloth but we couldn’t find the butter.
As we were examining the Norwex cloth the Norwex consultant was using a Norwex window cloth to buff the window to a shine. I will admit the Norwex consultant was quite patient with us as we continued to express astonishment at the disappearing butter.
She explained to us that the Norwex cloths have Norwex silver in them. The Norwex microfiber grabs grease, grime, toothpaste spatter, soap scum, whatever your cleaning challenges are, and traps them in the cloth. Then the Norwex silver breaks down the bacteria, making Norwex cloths self sanitizing. (Note: you do still have to wash your Norwex cloths on occasion.)
I bought the Norwex basic package. To be honest, when it arrived, I put it aside. But when the day came that I was ready to start spring cleaning, Norwex basic package made its clean without chemicals debut. And boy was I pleased! I used the Norwex basic package to clean my whole house. From dusting the spindles on the stairs, to wiping down the refrigerator, to cleaning the tub, the Norwex basic package was up to the task.
I have since purchased any number of Norwex products and I do prefer some Norwex products over others when it comes to certain jobs (for example, for the bathroom faucet I like the Norwex cloth that come from the Norwex travel pack because they are smaller). But at the end of the day, if I could only have two Norwex products, the Norwex cloth and the Norwex window cloth that come in the Norwex basic package would be my choice. With the Norwex basic package , I can clean just about anything!