How to Use the Norwex Kitchen Cloth
How I use it:
The Norwex Kitchen Cloth dimensions are 35 cm x 26 cm / 13.78” x 10.24” so they are definitely smaller than the Kitchen Towel (see my review of those here).
I got a set of 3 Norwex Kitchen Cloths and I use them specifically for drying. Most of my dishes go in the dishwasher, but there are still things I hand wash whether it’s pots and pans, fragile items, things that can’t go in the dishwasher - whatever! I never really believed in drying dishes. I always found it to be a waste of time knowing they would air dry... eventually. I set my dishes on a dish drying mat to absorb the water that drips off them and that was my contribution to drying. LOL. I realized the problem is actually that my towels were garbage. They didn’t absorb well, they just smeared the water around, so it felt like a waste of time. The Norwex Kitchen Cloths are super absorbent and absorb quickly. So it only takes moments to fully dry anything I hand wash and then I can put it away and have a beautiful, clear, uncluttered kitchen counter. I love that! I kind of like drying dishes now. Sounds weird. It’s because I love that clear counter and the way it makes me feel to see everything tidy and put away when I am done!
How Much Does the Norwex Kitchen Cloth Cost?
The Norwex Kitchen Cloth Retails for $10.99
You may be able to get a better price if you do some sort of bundle or if someone you know who sells it wants to give a discount.
Am I Happy I Purchased the Norwex Kitchen Cloth?
Some people online say e-cloth brand is just as good as Norwex at a fraction of the price. I haven't tried them yet so I can't say for sure but just sharing the information with you in case it's a more affordable option for you to embrace more natural cleaning methods.
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