With a variety of Norwex Microfibre cloths for cleaning, as well as our Cleaning Paste and Mop System, you’ll be well on your way to making your home a safer haven.
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You want to keep your home as clean and safe as possible for the health of your family?
Our Best Sellers Set is perfect for the job and includes our much loved Mop System!
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Just some of the Features and Benefits of these great Norwex products!
The average household spends $600-$800 a year on cleaning products and supplies. Norwex Microfibre can help reduce the use of cleaning products and supplies by up to 90%.
Butyl cellosolve is a chemical commonly found in glass cleaners. Readily absorbed through the skin, overexposure can irritate mucous membranes and may cause liver and kidney damage.
According to the Environmental Working Group, there is strong evidence that ammonia is a human immune and respiratory toxicant or allergen.
The original idea behind some traditional cleaning products was that dust would adhere to the sticky, oily chemicals in them. But while the soapy or oily solution may help pull dust into the cloth, it also remains behind on the surface, attracting even more dust.
Chlorine is a common ingredient in many typical household cleaning products. People often associate its pungent smell with “clean." However, that smell could be signaling health risks such as eye, nose and throat irritation; tightness of the chest; shortness of breath and wheezing.
Many products incorporate silver because of its antibacterial properties. There are silver antibacterial socks, silver soap, silver-lined curtains in hospitals, silver-lined bandages for treating burns, even silver toothbrushes.
One single bacteria cell can become more than 8 million cells in less than 24 hours! The number of bacteria it takes to make someone sick can range from as few as 10 to upwards of a million.
Clean wood or laminate floors with minimal moisture. Using too much water may cause the wood to swell and can result in streaks on flooring.