Do you use the Norwex window mop pad wet or dry?
Use dry to pick up and hold dirt, dust, pet hair, and large particles and crumbs. Use to clean high windows and skylights. Replace your mop. Use wet on both floors and walls with only water.
How do you wash windows?
Start by rinsing the windows with the hose, then fill a bucket with clean, cool water and add a few drops of liquid dish soap. Using a soft microfiber cloth, go over the surface of the window. For higher windows, use a sponge mop (or a soft cotton or microfiber mop) on a pole. Rinse thoroughly with the hose.
Do you use Norwex cloths wet or dry?
This cloth is best used as a drying cloth. You can either lightly spray the surface with water and then use the window cloth to dry and polish, but I prefer to wash first with a Norwex Enviro cloth, which really cleans the dirt, and window cleaner residue off.
Do you use Norwex window cloth wet or dry?
How do you clean windows with a mop?
Grab a Mop to Clean Your Windows
- Mix one part water to one part vinegar in a small bucket.
- Dip a clean microfiber cloth or mop head into the solution, and attach to the mop handle.
- Scrub your exterior windows with the mop.
How do I wash my Norwex cloths?
Wash the cloth with soap and warm water if it gets dusty. If you’re using your Norwex cloth for dusting and it has just a light layer of dirt, you can wash it under warm or hot running water. Put a drop of dish soap on the cloth and work it into the fabric, then rinse it out until all the soap and dirt are gone.
What is Norwex cloth for what job?
The Norwex Envirocloth is a microfiber cleaning cloth that can be used to clean by just wetting it with water. Yes – just water! No strong and smelly chemicals are necessary.
Are Norwex cloths really antibacterial?
The Norwex microfiber is also antibacterial. Norwex has a special, unique process to embed antibacterial silver based agents into the actual microfibers of the Body Cloths. This antibacterial agent has self purification properties that is used to inhibit bacterial odor, mold, and/or mildew growth within the cloth.