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- Kitchen Cloth is smaller and like an EnviroCloth but ribbed. These grooves help trap crumbs and make clean-up easier.
- Wet Kitchen Cloth and wipe down kitchen counters, sinks, tables, stove, stainless steel, etc.
- Kitchen Cloth is NOT a dish cloth and not meant to wash dishes. It has BacLock and should only be used with water.
- Kitchen Towel is used like a dish towel. Use it to dry dishes, hands and cleans up spills. It also contains BacLock so you can use it for about a week at a time.
- Kitchen Cloth Replaces: paper towels and spray cleaners for counters and tables.
- Kitchen Cloth Replaces: Traditional hand towels that need to be changed out due to smell from use and the need for multiple towels to dry dishes for large families or meals.
- Counters, tables, to wipe down stainless steel to remove fingerprints, stove. Anything in the kitchen that needs wiped (kitchen cloth)! To dry dishes and hands or clean up a large spill (kitchen towel)
- Slightly dirty kitchen cloth can be washed with Norwex Dishwashing Liquid under warm running water and used again before laundering. Rinse thoroughly after washing and hang by tag to dry.
- Cloths that have been used heavily should be laundered using Norwex Ultra Power Plus, which contains no fillers, after each use. Wash with hot water and dry on high heat. If not using Ultra Power Plus Laundry Detergent, make sure your laundry detergent has NO fillers, dyes or perfumes)
- Wash and dry with NON-lint items like sheets or fitness wear.
- Do not use bleach, fabric softeners or dryer sheets.
- For deep, stubborn stains or odors, microfiber can be boiled for 10 minutes to allow fibers to swell and release the debris.