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Life is beautiful whether you're soaking in sunshine or caught in a thunderstorm. I take the beauty of life for granted too often. I have a supportive husband who I don't want to live life without, a beautiful son who is always reminding me of the simple things that really matter, and an independent daughter who is teaching me to throw schedules out the window and live in the moment. My day is made when free samples fill my mailbox. I love discovering a new product and sharing it with others. I'm addicted to coupons and every penny counts. I hope you will enjoy reading my posts and will share your success stories with me as well.

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Norwex EnviroCloth Review


Now that our family is on track with eating healthier, it's time to start on another area of our life....household cleaning products.  I was so excited to have a chance to review Norwex Envirocloth!  When I first heard about the cleaning cloth, I wasn't sold on the idea.  What made me a believer in this incredible product was actually USING it!  The first time I wiped my kitchen counter, I was completely sold on the product. 

Norwex focuses on cleaning without chemicals.  Over 80,000 chemicals have been created in the last 50 years.  That's a LOT of chemicals!  An average household will spend $600-$800 a year on chemical products.  Or if you are like me, around $100-$200 thanks to CVS deals and bucks!  

The other day I was cleaning our bathrooms and I was using just an ordinary off-brand bathtub cleaner.  The smell of the chemical was so strong that I instantly had a headache and had to open the windows to air out the house.  That bottle of bathtub cleaner is now in the garbage...which means I just threw away $3.

I was sent the EnviroCloth and the Kids EnviroCloth to try.  These cloths simply lift particles away from the surface and into the cloth.  A regular wet dish towel in the sink can start to stink in just 24 hours.  I just threw a washcloth away last week due to that problem.  That won't happen with Norwex EnviCloth.  The Norwex Microsilver in the cloth goes to work with self-purification properties against mold, fungi, and bacterial odor within 24 hours so it's ready to be used again.  And it's true.  After every use of cleaning, I'll rinse the cloth and hang it over my kitchen spout.  There is no foul smell to the cloth 24, 36, 0r 48 hours later.


While using the EnviroCloth, I never used any cleaners. And I still had fabulous results.  The kitchen counter has seriously never felt so clean.  

Like most kids, Bradley hates having his face washed.  But when using the Kids EnviroCloth, he didn't mind it.  The microfibers are like splitting one single strand of hair 200 times...it's that soft.   Yesterday I asked Bradley to go wash his hands.  He said "can I just use my washcloth?"  Even he can feel the difference in these Norwex cloths!

I love the look of stainless steel but I hate the way every fingerprint can show up on the refrigerator.  Normally I would grab my roll of paper towels and Windex.  Instead I tried just using my damp Norwex Envirocloth.  No words are necessary when you have before and after pictures!



I was blown away with all the products Norwex carries.  I only tried 2 products and fell in love with them.  I can't wait to add more of their great cloths to my collection.....hint for my Christmas, birthday, anniversary, and whatever day you want to give me a gift day!  They have a variety of basic packages available which make great starter kits.


**I was given a sample of Norwex Envirocloths in exchange for a review. All opinions expressed here are my own.

1 comment:

  1. LOVE the Norwex products too!!! We have been using them for several years now. They work beautifully on windows, mirrors, kitchen, around the house, and even in the cars! I have ended up getting a second set of the basic kit because I used it so much (and someone who was cleaning up a craft happened to get paint on one of Norwex cloths....no-names-will-be-mentioned, but they know who they are, ha)! :) Haven't tried the kids wash cloths yet, but I do love their cleaning cloths!

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