2017 North America Fall Catalogues 2017 Fall Catalog - US - Page 7

How Norwex Microfiber Works Traditional cotton cloth pushes around particles, spreading dirt, grime and moisture into the surface crevices, leaving it moist and unclean. Norwex Microfiber lifts and collects particles. Norwex Microfiber attracts even the smallest particles of dirt, grease and moisture, leaving the surface free from everything. Norwex Microfiber self-purifies. Used wet, the micro silver in the cloth goes to work with self-purification properties. USE IT DRY TO DUST Norwex Microfiber is a better way to clean. By producing an electrostatic charge, it picks up and holds even the smallest particles in its fibers, creating a cleaner surface that lasts longer with no harmful chemical residue to collect more dust. USE IT WET TO CLEAN When wet, Norwex Microfiber loosens and lifts the most stubborn dirt and debris up into the cloth and away from the surface. Simply wet thoroughly, wring well, fold flat and wipe away grime from all washable surfaces. CARING FOR YOUR NORWE X MICROFIBER IS EASY. For best results, simply wash using a Norwex laundry detergent and toss in the dryer. Avoid bleach, fabric softeners and dryer sheets as they will coat the fibers and reduce their ability to clean effectively. When using on easily scratched surfaces such as brushed stainless steel, first test Norwex Microfiber on an inconspicuous spot. Do not use microfiber (except Norwex Optic Scarf) on anti-glare surfaces. All Norwex Microfiber products carry a two-year warranty. Please visit www.norwex.com/product-guarantee for complete details. 7