Norwex Pre Wash on Chocolate

When I came out to the kitchen, I found my 3 year old’s shirt covered with chocolate.

Chocolate on shirtNow if it were a small stain, I’d first reach for a damp Enviro Cloth to simply wipe it off, but this job looked a bit too much for that.  So, looking at the positive side, I thought what a perfect challenge for the Norwex Pre Wash!

So first I sprayed all of the stains with the Norwex Prewash:  Chocolate stains presprayed with Norwex PreWash.  Then I let it set for about 10-20 minutes.  I then put it in a load of “mediums”, using 1 teaspoon of the Norwex Ultra Power Plus Laundry Detergent.  (We only use 1/2 -1 teaspoon of Norwex Laundry Detergent per load in our front-loading HE washing machine!  Then I forgot to check it for stains before throwing it into the dryer, so I was relieved when I took it out of the dryer and…. Ta-da!  Clean again!  .    Norwex Laundry DetergentNorwex Laundry Prespray

*Please note, if you have an HE washing machine still under warranty, the Norwex detergent is not yet labeled for HE washers, so using it may void your warranty.  Which isn’t something we want, so if you’re under warranty, we recommend using only HE labeled detergent if that’s what your warranty states.  Per our Norwex Customer Service Department:  “Our Laundry detergent does not state HE on the package but is compatible with HE machines as it has no fillers and is low sud-sing; we do not recommend people who’s washing machines are still under warranty to use our detergent for the reason we don’t want them to lose the warranty on their machines. After the warranty period people with HE machine can safely use our laundry detergent.”

OK- I just had to add one more thing to this post!  I am now an even bigger fan of our pre-treat & laundry detergent!!  You know how hard it is to get mud stains out of clothes, right?  Well, my 2 oldest came home from a bike ride with these horrendous mud stains on their shirts.  I presprayed them, let them set about 10 min, threw them in the sink with concentrated Norwex Laundry detergent to soak overnight.  (I wanted to be *sure* to save these shirts so I took double precautions!!) The next day, I laundered them as usual.  Take a look at the photos:    Mud after bike riding... P1110588 Can you believe it?  I’m a happy mama.  :)

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More Norwex “Love it!”

I want to thank Lisa C. from Omaha Nebraska, for sharing feedback on her Norwex products!

“I love my Norwex products and don’t know how I’d live without them now.  I use the laundry detergent and dryer balls and also the microfiber Enviro cloths and the window cloth on everything.  I also have the dust mitt, kitchen cloths and bathroom scrub mitt.  I see there are new make-up remover cloths and I’m thinking I’ll be trying those the next time my normal cleanser runs out.  How do people deal with all those nasty chemicals anymore?

Enviro Cloths- Rainbow PackMy boss actually got me started by giving me a microfiber cloth and window cloth.  He told me they were like miracle cleaners.  I didn’t believe him at first.  But thought I’d give them a try on my sliding glass door that I never seemed to be able to get streak free.  I have two dogs and two little boys so it was always a constant battle.  Once I used them one time and saw how they worked I’ve never looked back!

One thing I’d like to add about the laundry detergent:  I have a front loading machine.  I used to have a “musty” smell all of the time coming from my washer.  If you have a front loader, you’ll know what I’m talking about.  I had “googled” the problem and there’s all sorts of cleaners and things that are recommended.  I saw one post that recommended the Norwex laundry detergent.  They said that after using it for a few weeks, the smell completely disappeared.  Knowing how I loved the microfiber cloths I thought I’d give it a try.  They were right…the smell is completely gone and I won’t use any other detergent.  I’ve been using it for about 2 years now along with the dryer balls (instead of fabric softener).  I thought the detergent was expensive until I figured out I only go through about 2 bags a year.  I figure I’m saving at least $200 in laundry detergent/fabric softener costs a year.”

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Across the USA…

Hello again!  As I was driving back to Sioux Falls from Cedar Rapids, I was just appreciating the fantastic travel opportunities that Norwex has offered me… and I do love an excuse to travel!  :)  Norwex brings me to Cedar Rapids, Chicago, Kansas City, California, Minnesota, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Florida… and other locations across the USA!   And I was excited to earn the Caribbean cruise incentive this past year.  What an amazing company.  What an amazing, FUN job!!

If you’re looking for a FUN career that you can be passionate about (as well as one that can offer you the opportunity to travel), you’ll want to take a close look at what Norwex has to offer.  We are changing lives!  Impacting our Earth.  Teaching others easy & effective “green cleaning” and ways to radically reduce chemical use!   I’d love to have you come along side of me in this mission!  (And, I’d love an excuse to come to your area!)  Become a Norwex consultant yourself.   I would be very honored to be your trainer and leader.

So… on another  note…  I call this a “Thank Goodness for Norwex!!” or “TGFN” experience:    A couple days ago my oldest son was trying to fix his bike chain & got grease all over his hands.  He was in a big hurry to head over to a friend’s house, so didn’t actually wash the grease off before drying his hands on the beige Norwex tea towel that I use as a hand towel in the bathroom.  I didn’t get around to pretreating it until a day later and wasn’t overly optimistic about it coming out (although I certainly should be by now!!)!  I used my Norwex Dishwashing Liquid, rubbed the towel against itself and almost immediately the grease stains were completely GONE.  And I have the before and after photos to share with you.

Grease-stained tea towel Grease GONE!

Once again… TGFN!  :)

Sonya

My service area is throughout the US, including Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia , Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming, as well as Canada.  We ship Norwex products anywhere in the US or Canada.  I look forward to helping you discover Norwex!!

What would YOU rather wash your clothes in?

Laundry Detergent Experiment

OK… so I did this little laundry detergent experiment OVER A YEAR AGO!!  I took the detergent that most of my customers guess to be the most popular laundry detergent in America… the High Efficiency kind in both HE liquid and HE powder (the powder one also had fabric softener built in) and I put in the amount for a MEDIUM load in an HE washing machine.  I also put the amount of Norwex Ultra Power Plus Laundry Detergent that we use in our HE washer for a medium load (just 1/2 teaspoon!) and put them all in the same amount of water.  Almost 1 1/2 years later, you can see that 2 of them are still full of fillers (and of course fragrance, too), and  the liquid is full of blue dye. Notice the gummy stuff settling to the bottom of the jar with the liquid!  Yuck!  What is America washing their clothes with?!  Norwex laundry detergent does a fantastic job of cleaning… and it has no fillers, fragrance, or dyes!  I can tell you the “clear” laundry solution!  :)  For a standard (non-HE) washer, you’ll use one 2T scoop per load.  For a HE machine, 1/2 teaspoon if soft water (some people even fins 1/4 teaspoon to be enough with soft water!!) and about 1 teaspoon per load if hard water.  And don’t forget to replace your toxic fabric softener & dryer sheets with the Norwex Dryer Balls!  (Why do you think dryer sheets keep mice out of your RV?  Rodents are too smart to go near the stuff!)

Well, I think a picture is worth a thousand words, so I’ll just leave it at this today!