Hand It Over

The Norwex antibacterial hand towel is finally here! Although using the Norwex kitchen tea towel in the bathroom was a fine enough solution, it sure feels great to dry my hands on the official 20″ x 28″ Norwex hand towel. It’s thicker than the tea towels and so, so soft. The silver agent that’s embedded in the cloth goes to town eliminating any germs left on the towel so each time I use it I know it’s clean.

It’s a practical and pleasing taupe color that’s bound to fit in with anydecor as well as match your favorite bath towels. Even with a lack of color it manages to be the star of the show thanks to it’s inviting feel for guests (it dries quickly!). And the fact that it cleans itself is heavenly to anyone in charge of the laundry situation at your home.

I’m thinking you’ll want one next to each sink. I do.

As always, shoot me an email with questions or to order.

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2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by juliet on November 10, 2015 at 3:10 pm

    Hey, i have some norwex rags and they went through the wash and were dried. 😦 is there any way i can still save them.

  2. Drying them is no problem. Is the problem the way in which they were washed? Let me know more – but they should be just fine!

    In general, a great way of “saving” the Norwex cloths is often to boil them. That releases anything that might be “caught up” in them (like soap or fabric softener, etc.). Hope that helps!

    -A

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