Why Norwex?

Microfiber cloths are everywhere. And I guarantee you can find plenty of microfiber cloths less expensive than Norwex microfiber cloth. So why would anyone buy Norwex? What makes Norwex microfiber different from other microfiber?

Oh so many things!


Top 4 Reasons Norwex Trumps All:

1. To qualify as microfiber the “grabber fingers” that pick up dirt and bacteria have to be 1/6 the length of a human hair. Norwex microfiber is 1/100 the length of a strand of hair, thereby picking up that much more dirt and removing 99.9% of bacteria. 

2. Norwex is the world’s only antibacterial microfiber. A silver-agent is woven into the cloth, which enables it to kill bacteria in the cloth after rinsing within a few hours.

3. A normal microfiber cloth will maintain its cleaning ability for up to 25 washes. Norwex microfiber still picks up 99.4% of bacteria after 500 washes! If you wash it once a week (which is way more often than necessary) it’ll still be as effective as ever for at least 10 years. If your microfiber cloth stretches, it isn’t going to last. Norwex is soft but sturdy.

4. All Norwex microfiber have a full 2-year money back guarantee. This means that within that time if your Norwex microfiber degrades in some way with normal use and proper care, Norwex will replace it.

The difference is obvious when you feel a Norwex microfiber cloth. The quality is there. Use one and see for yourself. If you still think your other microfiber cloths are all you need, return the Norwex cloth for a full refund. It’s as simple as that.

~amb

To view answers to other frequently asked questions, visit the new FAQs tab. Or contact me with a question of your own.

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