Is Norwex a fit?

Sunday, August 22nd, 2010

I’m an educator.

I love helping people.

As a physical therapist, I taught people how to take care of their bodies to promote proper healing.  As a birthing instructor, I provide valuable training to empower women in their Sonya 21birthing experience.  As a mom, I teach my children.  So at first glance, I wasn’t sure that Norwex was a “fit”.  “I’m not a sales person”, I thought.  But it didn’t take me long to realize that as a Norwex Independent Sales Consultant, I am still an educator providing valuable information that improves lives…

…by showing others how to save hundreds of dollars on their cleaning budget so they have more money to spend on what they enjoy!
…by teaching them an EASY & EFFECTIVE way to actually make cleaning FUN!
…by teaching them how to cut their cleaning time in half so they can spend more time with their family and friends!
…by presenting an easy way to RADICALLY reduce the chemicals in their home to help protect their health and the health of their loved ones.
…by sharing another way to be good stewards of our Earth and help reduce chemicals and waste that go down our drains and into our landfills!
And last, but definitely not least …by introducing others to an incredible business opportunity, helping them find a solution to financial challenges!!

Customers benefit from education and service to accompany our products… which is why the home party model is the best way to share Norwex.  We are looking for passionate, motivated people to help us with this mission!   If you love our products and love to help people,  you will want to take a serious look at Norwex as a business!  The rewards of sharing Norwex have been incredible.  And of course, the financial rewards have also been a blessing!   I invite you to take a look at what Norwex has to offer.  Discover Norwex!

Sonya Eckel
Norwex V.P. Sales Leader

I’m sharing Norwex across the nation…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.  Based in Cedar Rapids, IA & Sioux Falls, SD. If you have questions about how to become a Norwex consultant, I’d love to help. Our team is one of the top in the nation because of our phenomenal support and training! (The second VP team in America, as well as the #1 Norwex manager in March 2011!)  I look forward to talking with you! 605-271-1814

 

Washing Instructions for Norwex Microfiber Products

envirosWashing Instructions for Microfiber

To help preserve our resources and protect our evironment by reducing the use of detergents, we suggest that slightly dirty cloths and mop pads be washed with a small amount of dish detergent (rubbing the microfiber against itself) under warm running water and used again before laundering.

  • Do NOT use bleach or fabric softener on microfiber.  Bleach destroys the fiber (and voids your warranty) and fabric softeners lessen the microfiber’s cleaning ability.
  • Our Rubber Brush is excellent for removing debris from the mop pads & dusting mitt after use and between washings.
  • Machine wash Norwex microfiber with lint-free laundry (i.e. cotton sheets)- you want the cloths to continue to leave your windows, mirrors and other surfaces lint-free for many years to come!
  • Make sure your laundry detergent doesn’t have bleach or fabric softener additives when cleaning your microfiber.  A laundry detergent without fillers and environmentally-friendly, like our Norwex Ultra Power Plus Laundry Detergent, works extremely well.
  • If your microfiber is heavily-soiled, they may be boiled in water for up to 5 min and then laundered as usual.  This helps to release grease and other dirt in the cloths.It is a good idea to boil your microfiber 3-4 times a year for 10 minutes.
  • If you have hard water, your cloths may develop a mineral build-up.  If this occurs, soak your cloths in vinegar for a few minutes and boil for 10min.
  • Do not Microwave the cloths.  Should boiling be necessary, please boil in water in a kettle on the stove top.
  • Do Not Iron
  • With proper care of your Norwex cloths, they will likely last beyond the 2- year warranty!
    Saving you green…. Norwex.
Just Add Water.  Amazing Cleaning Capability.  Easy to Care For.

Just Add Water. Amazing Cleaning Capability. Easy to Care For.

I LOVE that I get to promote a product that is helping to protect our environment (just think of the paper towels and chemicals we’re keeping out of our landfills and water supply!!) and a product that promotes healthier cleaning.  You literally “Just Add Water”.  It just doesn’t get much better than that!   Microfiber is the new wave in green cleaning, and Norwex microfiber is the Mercedes of microfiber!  Choose the company that offers QUALITY and SERVICE combined:  Norwex.