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With the Norwex Microfibre System, you will not breathe, touch, or ingest chemicals—you simply create a cleaner healthier indoor environment.
Look for the BacLock® logo to identify products that contain an antibacterial agent for self-cleaning purposes only. The agent is solely designed to inhibit bacterial odour, mold and/or mildew growth within the product.
Norwex Microfibre is more than just a cleaning product. When you use a Norwex Microfibre product, you are making a real difference for yourself, your family and the environment by:
When used dry, Norwex Microfibre is a superior duster, holding the smallest particles in its fibres to create a cleaner surface that lasts longer with no harmful chemical residue to collect more dust.
Do not use microfibre on anti-glare surfaces (except the Norwex Optic Scarf).
When used wet, Norwex Microfibre loosens and lifts the most stubborn dirt and debris up into the cloth and away from the surface. Wet thoroughly, wring well, fold flat, and wipe away grime from all washable surfaces.
Slightly dirty microfibre cloths can be washed with Norwex Dishwashing Liquid under warm running water. Rinse thoroughly after washing and hang to dry or drop into the dryer.
Deep clean microfibre using our Microfibre Cleaner Laundry Booster as a hot-water pre-soak or as part of your regular laundry routine.
Launder microfibre cloths separately or with other lint-free laundry and dry completely. Use our Laundry Detergent or Liquid Laundry Detergent for the best results. Do not use bleach, fabric softener or dryer sheets when laundering microfibre as these additives coat the fibres and reduce their ability to clean effectively.