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How To Use Norwex For Spring Cleaning – Week 1

Spring Cleaning With Norwex Week One:

Spring is here, the weather is warm and most people are getting the itch to get out of hibernation, open those windows and get to the deep cleaning in their homes. The problem  is trying to figure out where to begin. Spring cleaning can be overwhelming, time consuming and expensive!  For the next four weeks I will be sharing tips and tricks on how to use your Norwex to Spring Clean your home saving you time and money while still achieving that beautiful deep cleaning of your home. My spring cleaning tips will be broken down by the day and typically take anywhere between 5 minutes to 30 minutes. Included you will find a daily supply list and the estimated time it will take so you can plan out your days.

Spring Cleaing With Norwex Week 1

Weekly Supply Checklist:

Here is the list of items you will need to achieve this first week of spring cleaning. If you are new to Norwex and don’t already have these items, click the item name for a direct shopping link to the products.

Spring Cleaning with Norwex Week One-

Day 1: There is nothing better than clean windows in the spring!

Supplies Needed: Wet Norwex EnviroCloth, Dry Norwex Window Cloth (or two if you have a lot of windows), and a damp Norwex Dusting Mitt.

Estimated Time: This will be a 10 – 20 minute project but will depend on the size of  your home and the amount of windows you have.

Wipe windows with your wet Norwex EnviroCloth and dry with a Norwex Window Cloth. It is best to do one window at a time to get that streak-free dry. You may need to toss switch out your Window Cloth for a dry one if you have a lot of windows. Use a damp Norwex Dusting Mitt on each side of the screen to remove dirt, grime and pollen.

Day 2: Time to clean out that fridge!

Supplies Needed: Trash bag, Norwex Enviro Cloth, Cleaning Paste as needed.

Estimated Time: 15 minutes

Toss those out of date and unknown items hanging out in the back of the fridge. Empty everything out and wipe down all the drawers and shelves with a damp EnviroCloth. If you have some tough spots, grab your Cleaning Paste and scrub away. Bonus- If you have an extra few minutes, use your damp EnviroCloth to clean the outside of the fridge. 

Day 3: The Kitchen Sink

Supplies Needed: EnviroCloth and Cleaning Paste. You may need a SpiriSponge if you have have a lot of really tough stains.

Estimated Time: 5 minutes

Cleaning out the sink is not something a lot of people do weekly, but it can get gross fast! Use a damp EnviroCloth and your Cleaning Paste and get scrubbing. If you have some tougher spots you may need to use a wet SpiriSponge with your cleaning paste. If you have a stainless steel sink you may not realize how dirty your sink really is, but you will start to see it on your EnviroCloth as you clean!

Day 4: Time to Clean that Stove Top!

Supplies Needed: Kitchen Cloth, SpiriSponge, Cleaning Paste, and a Window Cloth

Estimated Time: 10 minutes

Start by cleaning the stovetop with your damp Kitchen Cloth. Next use your SpiriSponge and Cleaning Paste to tackle the tough stuck on mess. Lastly, use your Window Cloth to dry your stovetop. Want to see this in action? You can see my how-to video here: How To Clean Your Stove Top with Norwex 

Day 5: Clean That Oven!

Supplies Needed: Norwex Oven and Grill Cleaner, Wet EnviroCloth, and a Spirinette

Estimated Time: 20 minutes

Start by heating your oven to 100 degrees, then turn it off. Spray the Norwex Oven and Grill Cleaner on the door, ceiling and walls. Wait 10 minutes then wipe with a wet EnviroCloth. For any baked on grime, use a Norwex Spirinett.

Day 6: The Microwave

Supplies Needed: EnviroCloth, Window Cloth and Lemon (optional).

Estimated Time: 10 minutes

When is the last time your microwave has had a good deep cleaning? This first step with the lemon is not a must do, but if you like cleaning shortcuts, you will love this! Cut a lemon in half and stick it in a bowl of water and microwave for 4 minutes. The steam from the lemon water will help loosen anything that is really stuck on. Next, take out the glass plate and run it under some warm water. Use a little soap and your dish cloth to get it clean. Use your Window Cloth to dry. Next, use your wet EnviroCloth (you can dip it in the hot lemon water) and clean out the whole microwave, including inside and outside the door. Use your window cloth to dry!

Be sure to come back next week for another six days of Spring Cleaning With Norwex Tips!

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About the Author:

Kris Carlson is an Independent Sales Consultant and Senior Executive Vice President. After hearing about Norwex from a friend in Minnesota and finding out about the Norwex mission and product line, she saw the opportunity to provide for her family, reduce the chemicals in her own home while saving money and time, and share with others how they could do the same. After much success in her home state of Minnesota, Kris relocated her family to North Carolina in 2013 to bring the Norwex message to a new area. Her team has grown to over 15,000 in six years and continues to grow. Kris is the 2015 and 2016 recipient of the Norwex award for #1 Group Leader and #1 Recruiter in the United States. If you are looking to buy, host an event or become a Norwex consultant, I can help! I am currently located in North Carolina, but my service area is throughout the entire us, including Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, And Wyoming. Feel free to contact me for more information.

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