Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Norwex Products Help Reduce Chemical Expose

Did you know we have over 200 synthetic chemicals in our bodies? These come from processed food, chemicals cleaners, pesticides we use around our home just to name a few sources. I found this article about the link between processed foods and autoimmune disorders and it really got me thinking about how many chemicals we are exposed to on a daily basis. Scientists Officially Link Processed Foods to Autoimmune Disease

Just switching to the antibacterial Enviro Cloth, Window Cloth and Dusting Mitt will help you eliminate quite a few chemicals from your home. I started the switch to chemical free cleaning with the enviro and window cloths. I used them to clean my entire house for 5 months before deciding to buy more products and eventually join the Norwex team and help others reduce chemical exposure in their lives.

The Enviro Cloth is my go-to all purpose cleaning cloth. You can use it wet or dry to clean EVERYTHING with outstanding results. "Use it dry to dust, holding the smallest particles in its fibers, creating a cleaner surface in less time without leaving a harmful chemical residue behind to collect dust. Use it wet to loosen and lift the most stubborn dirt and debris up into the cloth and away from the surface. Between laundering simply rinse, wring out and hang to dry." (Quoted from Norwex product description)

The Window Cloth "allows you to clean windows, mirrors, jewelry, and shiny surfaces with only water. Simply spray water on the surface then polish with a dry Window Cloth" (Quoted from Norwex product description).

The Dusting Mitt "attracts and holds dusts and allergens and is ideal for quick, chemical free, easy dusting throughout the house including blinds and other difficult to reach areas" (Quoted from Norwex product description).

The products are available individually or in packages. The Basic Package contains one Enviro Cloth and one Window Cloth. The Household Package contains one Enivro Cloth, one Window Cloth and one Dusting Mitt.  

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