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The EnviroCloth

Okay.  This thing is the sh — best.

I can’t get over the EnviroCloth.  It’s been around for YEARS, but it’s new to me as of January of this year.  I bet you, though, that I will still be this excited about it a year from now.  There is just nothing like it.

Let me break it down for you:

It’s a microfiber cloth.  It’s a SPECIAL microfiber cloth.  While most microfiber cloths are made with fibers at 1/6th the size of a human hair, the EnviroCloth is made with fibers at 1/200th the size of a human hair.

Just think about that.  Look at a strand of your hair.  Now consider 1/200th the size of that.

MICROSCOPIC!  Micro, micro, MICROscopic!  Do you understand?  You need a microscope to see the single strand of fiber that’s in this cloth.

And yes, I’m correct in saying “the single strand of fiber.”  The EnviroCloth is made up of one continuous strand.  So in order for you to be able to see it and touch it and clean with it, it has to be EXTREMELY tightly woven.  When unraveled, the single strand is over 10 million feet long.

I always smile when I give that fact; I can’t help it.  I feel like I’m lying because it’s such an insanely large number.  Ten million feet.  BUT—it’s true.  Because Norwex told me.

But yeah, like I was saying, if you unraveled this cloth, it’d stretch from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico.

Nuts.  Right?  It gets better.  But hold on.

Because the EnviroCloth is so tightly woven, it picks up EVERYTHING.  And by everything, I mean microscopic things.  Like BACTERIA.  This is what we want, right?  The cloth is made in such a way (called the splitting process) that leaves tiny spaces between the fiber strands, and all those spaces grab and trap the microscopic particles.

Just think about it!  Let me say it again.  You have a fiber that you can’t even see with the naked eye, and it’s woven to make a cloth that you can hold and clean with.  Think about all the little grooves and tiny spaces inside the cloth that pick up and trap the bacteria.  AGH.

Why do I love this so much?

All right.  So this cloth picks up bacteria like a G.  Now get this:  It destroys the bacteria it picks up.


Yes.  Not only does the EnviroCloth remove bacteria from your surfaces, but it prohibits the bacteria from growing and multiplying.  The cloth is woven with silver, and if you know anything about silver, you know that it has antibacterial properties.  Antibacterial, antimicrobial, antifungal, antimold, antiSTANK properties.

You know when you use a dish cloth a few times to do dishes and a day or two later it has a smell?  Or the morning after you use it, it’s like stiff and crunchy?  Do you know why that is?  The bacteria on it had a little party, multiplied, and made it stinky, musty, stiff.  Gross.  That’s not going to happen with the EnviroCloth.  The silver embedded within the fibers destroys that bacteria.

So do you know what that means?  It means you have a clean cloth.  To use again.  And again.  And again.

Does anyone feel excited?

And that’s it.  That’s the EnviroCloth for you.  That’s why I sell Norwex.  This shit’s the shit.

Other cool facts:

-You only use WATER while cleaning with the EnviroCloth.  No more harsh chemicals that are bad for you and your family.  No more Lysol.  No more Clorox Wipes.  No more 409.  No more all-purpose cleaners.  No more paper towels.  It’s just you, the EnviroCloth, and some water.  Picking up and destroying bacteria.  YOU GUYS!  (And you can also use the EnviroCloth DRY for dusting.)

-The cloth does not cross-contaminate.  (And I can PROVE it.)

-The EnviroCloth is machine washable and machine dryable.

-Norwex microfiber products come with a 2-year warranty.  Do you know what that means?  Norwex believes in their products.  Because they’re good.  And people believe in them, too.  This stuff has been around for over 20 years.

There is no hidden information that comes with the EnviroCloth.  It’s easy to use.  It saves you time.  It’s easy to launder.  It’s affordable.  It protects your family’s health.  It saves you money over time.  It helps save the environment by reducing landfill waste and eliminating chemicals from waterways.  See?  It’s just good.


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