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Norwex enviro cloth has silver embedded in the cloth which makes it antibacterial. In simple terms, the microfibers cling to anything that is wiped up and the silver that is embedded in the cloth annihilates 99.9% of any bacteria the cloth wipes up by not allowing the bacteria to feed on its food sources. Norwex microfiber cloths leave surfaces clean with just the use of water! They are simple to clean! After using, rub the cloth against itself under hot running water; the rubbing action makes the microfibers work against one another, causing them to release much of what they have wiped up. To launder, use Norwex Ultra Power Plus or All Free and Clear detergent in a washing machine (don't launder with things that have excessive lint, like towels), or boil them (2-3 times a year) in plenty of water with a pinch of Norwex Ultra Power Plus to get the fibers to release all the yucky things they have wiped up. Amazing product! Dry flat or hang up. Don't leave in a crumpled mess. Never use bleach on Norwex cloths! The enviro cloth is perfect coupled with the window polishing cloth to clean windows, mirrors, chrome and marble! First, wipe surface with a damp enviro cloth and then polish with the Window Polishing Cloth. You will be AMAZED at how clean and shiny your surfaces are. I am impressed by Norwex' exceptional products and only wish I had found them sooner!
The previous owner of our 2-year old house recommended Bona for our hardwood floors. I had never heard of this brand until she told me about it. In my old house I had always used the types of wood floor cleaners you get in grocery stores, such as Murphy's Oil, Orange Glo, etc. I always had to use a lot of elbow grease to get the stubborn dirt up using these products, and the finish ended up looking a little dull, too. If you've ever had a big dog, you'll know that dog drool is one of the hardest things to get off a surface. Bona is probably the best cleaner I've used so far for hardwoods and getting the spots of dried dog drool off that I missed when they were wet! It won't dull your floors and really does get the ground in dirt out with less toil. I use the spray bottle as well.