When talking about Norwex, the Enviro Cloth is the perfect place to begin for it is the product with which the company started. The Enviro Cloth is a microfibre cloth. Norwex boasts of their higher quality microfibre. Typical microfibre measures 1 denier while Norwex microfibre measures 0.14 denier (that's 1/100th the size of a stand of human hair). Because of this, it picks up and removes dirt and bacteria much more effectively. There is another extra-special component to the Enviro Cloth (as well as many other Norwex products). Silver is woven into the microfibre of these cloths. Silver is naturally antibacterial, and thus by using these cloths and water alone you will kill 99.99% of bacteria. No cleaners required. The silver also helps to keep the cloth itself clean, meaning you can use the cloth a few times and only rinse it out between washings. It also keeps your hands safe from a transfer of germs while using it and prevents cross contamination between surfaces. At every Norwex party I've been to, the consultant loves to shock the guests by informing us that we can safely use an Enviro Cloth to clean our toilet then go straight into the kitchen and wipe our counters. They have done tests with results showing that not only is there no cross over of bacteria from the toilet to the counters, but the counters are left cleaner afterwards.
There are 2 ways to use these cloths: dry and wet.
Dry - dusting (though I don't use it for this, I will get to what I do use later in this series)
Wet - cleaning pretty well anything: counters, toilets, mirrors, sinks, walls, tiles, any metal surfaces, on and on
I love my Enviro Cloths. The fact that it has replaced nearly every cleaner I could need has saved me so much money. I know that it is so much better for the environment as well not putting anything down the drain. Better for my health as well to not have my house contaminated with cleaner residues or inhaling their fumes. The cloths' effectiveness continues to impressive me each time I use it as well, so I am not sacrificing cleaning power. Plus, it is incredibly durable. I know I will be able to continue to use my same original cloths years from now (and it's guaranteed with a warranty).
What do you think of the Enviro Cloth? What do you use for general cleaning?