Create a Healthy Home with Norwex products. A healthy home:
- has fewer harmful chemicals
- is more sustainable and environmentally friendly
- saves time and money creating a healthier planet and a bright future for generations
I have made my family a healthy home with Norwex!
Norwex cloths are made of a superior microfiber combined with a unique knitting process that cleans without chemicals. Instead of pushing dirt around, Norwex microfiber lifts and collects particles off surfaces. Norwex uses Baclock – a micro silver technology- to inhibit bacterial odor, mold, and mildew growth within the cloth.
- Use Norwex Microfiber cloths and water to reduce harmful chemicals used in your home.
- Create a more sustainable chemical safe haven for your family.
- Norwex products save time and money creating a healthier planet and bright future for generations.
Try these 3 best sellers
EnviroCloth – This cloth is made with Norwex Microfiber and has the ability to remove up to 99% of surface bacteria with proper use. It reduces cleaning time and decreases need for paper products and chemical cleaners.
Window Cloth – Leave the streaks behind with this Norwex Microfiber cloth! No need for window cleaners full of harmful chemicals like butyl cellosolve and ammonia. Use for sparkling clean windows, mirrors, and any other smooth shiny surfaces.
Dusting Mitt – Dust with this Norwex Microfiber duster to decrease allergies and other respiratory issues. This mitt traps dust and grime without chemical products. BacLock micro silver antibacterial agent technology keeps the mitt odor, mold, and mildew free. Mitt holds dust and allergens keeping them from resettling.
That’s just for starters… After using these best selling products there’s no doubt you’ll want to check out more of what Norwex has to offer.
With proper care Norwex microfiber has the ability to remove up to 99% of surface bacteria.
Launder separately or with lint free laundry & dry completely. Do not use fabric softener, dryer sheets or bleach to prevent additives from coating fibers making them less effective.