Norwex Enviro Products can be laundered in the washing machine and dried in the dryer. IMPORTANT: Avoid washing with bleech and fabric softeners (including dryer sheets). Norwex Antibacterial Microfiber can effectively be handwashed, learn more about antibacterial microfiber below...
In January 2007 Norwex launched Antibacterial Microfiber, a unique technology (patent pending) that combines an antimicrobial agent with microfiber. The Antibacterial agent (commonly known as silver) is embedded inside the fine microfiber the size of 0.3 Denier or smaller. The Antibacterial cloths will make the surface you clean “disinfected” by removing microorganisms. The silver technology is based on the natural ability of silver to inhibit the growth of a wide range of harmful microbes.
Norwex is the global leader of Microfiber cleaning technology. For more details visit www.cleanwithnorwex.com.
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If your Norwex cloth gets really grungy looking, boil it for a few minutes and it'll bring it right back to nearly new looking condition. Remember, as long as you don't use any chemicals on your Enviro Cloth it'll continue working for years! I know some people who have had theirs for 8 years and still going strong!
If you have hard water (like me!) and start to find your Norwex cloths getting a bit stiff and almost repelling water...
A good tip is to either use a bit of vinegar in the wash to prevent the minerals from depositing on your cloths, or if they get really bad... just soak the cloths in vinegar, then wash as usual.
Easy-Peasy! Hope you love your Enviro Cloths as much as I do!
On the final rinse, if you have a full load, add about 1/2 cup of ammonia, less for smaller loads. Your cloths will never sour or stiffen. I do this with all my laundry and it hasn't harmed anything and is way cheaper than Downey-type products. The ammonia rinses ALL the soap out and the laundry is softer than ever b4. I'll still use a dryer sheet in the dryer. The only fabrics I haven't tried are suede and washable silk. I've never had a bad result!! I use the "white" ammonia. So economical and much better feeling clothes,towels,sheets,everything!
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