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Norwex Window Cloths $19.99

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The Norwex Window Cloth is a silky, tightly woven microfiber that polishes windows, mirrors and other shiny objects for a streak-free clean. Using no chemical products, windows and shiny surfaces are left with no smears to distort light, and no paper towels are needed, which means less landfill waste and less paper dust in your home. 

Comes in limited edition reindeer 705018, amethyst with graphite trim 705024, leaves 705033 and plum with graphite trim 70527   Pair it with the Norwex EnviroCloth, also called the Basic Package sold at a discount, for a chemical-free cleaning throughout all of your home.

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Item will be shipped in 1-2 weeks

Norwex Microfiber has the ability to remove up to 99% of bacteria from a surface when following proper care and use instructions.

• BacLock®* offers continuous protection against microbes and odors within the cloth which makes it mildew-resistant, keeping it cleaner and fresher, longer

• Eliminates residual “chemical muck” left behind by typical cotton cloths and harsh cleaning products

Dries quickly

Weight 12 oz

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