Tag Archive for microfiber

Scrubby Corner EnviroCloth Instructions

The Scrubby Corner Cloth gives you two functions in one towel: a soft, self-purifying cloth for dusting and cleaning (basically an EnviroCloth), and a special “scrubby” corner pocket for when you need a little extra boost of cleaning power. The soft, absorbent microfibre is ideal for wiping and cleaning, with the added feature of a…

The Absolute, Hands Down, Best Way to Clean Glass

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There are literally dozens of posts out there about cleaning glass without nasty chemicals, recommending everything from vinegar to metho to corn flour to Ammonia (which okay, arguably is a bit nasty, but better than some options). But what’s the best way you ask? Well, it’s simple really. The best option, the one that uses…

How to Care for Your Norwex Kitchen Cloth

It’s really very simple. I always tell the story at my parties of how long my first kitchen cloth lasted before I needed to wash it. I got two kitchen cloths in the host gifts from my first party (this is before I had joined Norwex myself). I knew that with the silver in them,…

One Cloth to Clean it All (Well, Almost)

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The Norwex antibac envirocloth is a really “grabby” microfibre cloth, which means that it not only picks up all the dirt, it then holds on to it, instead of transferring it to the next surface you wipe. The fact is, the products I’ve tried really do work. They clean exceptionally well, with nothing but water.

Cleaning the Indoor Air with Ionisation: Beeswax Candles, Himalayan Salt Lamps, and Electric Ionisers: Do They Work?

Can beeswax candles really clean your air?

According to the US Environmental Protection Authority (EPA), indoor air pollution is one of the top 5 environmental risks to public health in America. While one common concern in America, Radon, is less of an issue in Australia (because we don’t generally have basements), the Australian Environment Department also notes that “many chemicals present in…