How to Use the Norwex Kitchen Towel
How I use it:
This towel has a large size ( 65cm x 35 cm / 25.59”x 13.78” are the dimensions of the Norwex Kitchen Towel) and it is super absorbent. I use it for drying hands in the kitchen. Previously I would have 3 or more hand towels hanging around the kitchen and they were constantly soaked. When you wash your hands you need to dry them, after doing dishes you need to dry your hands, while you’re cooking and prepping ingredients you need to dry them and on and on. It’s no wonder the towels were totally soaked. While I don’t especially like the look of this towel for some reason, I found it to be excellent for drying hands! It sounds like a simple thing, but I can leave this one towel hang in my kitchen in one spot and use it to dry everyone’s hands all week long until laundry day with no trouble! It absorbs great and it never stinks (so far) which is supposedly due to their BacLock antibacterial agent which I guess is silver built into the towel that works to disinfect the towel as you leave it hanging to dry.
How Much Does the Norwex Kitchen Towel Cost?
The Norwex Kitchen Towel Retails for $19.99
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 Towel?
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.