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A couple of years ago someone told me about this Norwex Enviro and Window Package and I ordered it. Every time I use it, I’m totally amazed. In fact, today when I was using it, I said “Vince, you have to come watch this!” He said “You show it to me every time you use it!” I said “But . . don’t you want to see it again?” Not really . . he isn’t the window cleaner so he isn’t nearly as impressed as I am.
In Texas, where it was so dusty and windows got so dirty and I cleaned them way more than I clean them now (but probably still not enough), we had 10 almost floor to ceiling windows across the front of the house. When I would clean them, I would use almost a whole bottle of Windex and sometimes more than a whole roll of paper towels. How I wish I had known about Norwex back then!
If you search Amazon for “Norwex Window Cloth”, you will get LOTS of brands and they are all less expensive than Norwex. They may all work all the same for all I know but all I’ve used is the Norwex and I cannot imagine that any are better.
All you do, no matter how dirty the windows are is moisten the gray (enviro) cloth, wring it out as much as you can, run it across the windows, then wipe them with the lavender window cloth. That’s it. It’s really hard to believe. Absolutely no streaking!
After about four windows, I will rinse out the gray cloth, wring it out and keep going.
The windows in the garage door were pretty dirty. We live on a dirt road and the garage is on the front of the house. I don’t want to risk any grit scratching the glass (would it even do that?) so I used a damp shop rag and wiped down the windows, and the trim around the windows, then used the damp gray cloth and the dry lavender cloth. Vince was outside and all I had was my little step stool. He didn’t think I could reach the windows with that but I was able to. I think there are 15 small windows in the garage door. It took me so little time to wipe those windows with the shop rag, then clean with the two Norwex cloths that when I finished and was going in, Vince said “I’ll get the ladder for you!” I said “I’m done!” He couldn’t believe it all took about five minutes.
Same thing with the inside of the garage windows. There were cob webs and they were much dirtier than the inside windows so I used the damp shop rag to clean the dirt and cobwebs, then used the Norwex clothes.
For bathroom mirrors, when they’re fogged up and damp, I’ll sometimes wipe them down with the lavender cloth.
Last year I got this set for Nichole for Christmas. I’d say if you have someone on your Christmas list who has never used these clothes but they clean their own windows, they would be so thrilled with these cloths.