The NEW Norwex Microfiber Cleaner Laundry Booster just released and is ready to order!
Do you have Norwex cloths that have a smell that you just can’t shake, even after deep cleaning?
Do you have clothes that are dingy, maybe due to mineral buildup?
The new Norwex Microfiber Cleaner Laundry Booster is formulated to address these specific issues! It is exactly what the name says- it can be used as “Microfiber Cleaner” and/or “Laundry Booster.” Instead of relying on harmful chemicals to strip these minerals, stains, and odors, Norwex uses a custom enzyme blend to pull them out. Enzymes are natural proteins that break down organic material. It is free from:
- Synthetic fragrances
- Optical brighteners
For those of you that have hard water, you KNOW what it will do to your clothes! That dingy, heavy, almost slimy feel is due to the minerals that hold on to dirt and odors. The Microfiber Cleaner Laundry Booster eliminates all kinds of laundry stains and odors, like grass, urine, blood, grease, grime, even in hard water! You’ll be able to restore your microfiber and items that have been washed in hard water, as it will remove the mineral buildup and dirt without redepositing it elsewhere because it holds the particles in suspension. It will not dull your clothes’ color, but will make them look new longer!
Sound too good to be true?
Check out the before and after photos below:
Seeing is believing with this one!
So how does it work?
If you are going to use it to deep clean microfiber, dissolve a scoopful of Microfiber Cleaner into a one gallon bucket or sinkful of hot water. Throw in up to 10 microfiber cloths and soak for 30 minutes. Rinse them out well or send them through a wash cycle with some Norwex Laundry Detergent. Tumble or air dry. So simple!
If you are using it to boost your laundry detergent, add one scoopful of Microfiber Cleaner Laundry Booster in addition to your Norwex Laundry Detergent. If you use with Liquid Laundry Detergent, include Microfiber Cleaner Laundry Booster in the pre-soak cycle. Tumble or air dry.
It is easy to use, but unpacks a pretty tough problem!
Which Norwex cloths are you hoping to deep clean? How long have you had them?