right is right.

And what is this prize you may wonder?? Good question.

I stumbled upon this great product line one week ago and now proudly own a couple of items by Norwex, but with my pain-in-the-neck last week I didn’t get to play with them, therefore not being able to see for myself if they were utterly life-changing cloths or not.

Today being Monday, and since I am home (and with it being scrub-the-sink-day on my cleaning spreadsheet and all), I am going to give it a go with my new rags.

As a consequence of hard water (when we run out of salt for a few too many days), olive oil splashes, just not wanting to scrub or use the icky stuff, my sacred All Clad pans have been so sad looking. And that is just not right.

Martha Stewart says to simply use a paper towel with Windex to get the shine back.

Martha is wrong.


I give a spirinett a go with a little hot water and a rub-rub.

It is too easy. I have harassed these babies with Bar Keepers Friend and mean green scrubbies in the past. [ A further point to make is these little miracle spirinett's go 2/$4.50. ]

What about my sink. Hmmm?

Follow me here. This is a simple visual of a full blown in-home-hands-on-user-friendly-taking-one-for-the-team-eye-witness-investigation.

The old way (left), (even adding some chemicals to the routine to spice things up), versus
the Norwex way (right). Pay attention ladies! (and gentlemen!)

Thinking your eyes are playing tricks on you? Or that I have? (I am not that good with photoshop.) It is simply a pretty telling experiment wouldn’t you say?

In case any of you scrolled down a bit too fast to catch this— let’s go deeper.

H received the wrath of chemicals:

While C received the enviro cloth, and the spirinett rub-rub:

That shiny cold water faucet is enough to make me want to shout out from the rooftops and claim the words:



I am not a Norwex salesperson – I am simply one you can count on to pass along something when it’s this good. So I went a little photo crazy while I was scrubbing in the case that in fact it was worth passing along.

Well, indeed it is. Chemicals on the left are the complete losers in this game.

The left is not right.

For those of you who answered that My Teen was on the right side – right is right again! And thanks too for all the lovely compliments. They are so adorable and you are all so brilliant for entering.

Names in a basket.

Gotta go do that….

Hang on a minute -




Crissy, Rizz, Sarah, Jen, Beth, Becky and Annie….


Eyes closed.


The name reads:


Congratulations!!! You are so lucky. You can roar from the beauty of the Colorado Mountaintops.

[ Did you know to be officially labeled as microfiber in Canada the thread is like a hair split 100 times? In the US it is only 20 times. Another tid bit - these microfiber clothes are embedded with bacteria fighting silver. Ah hah! And that same rag I used to wipe the sink I then used on a window after. I know. It's a bit freaky. Beth is going to be able to wipe windows with a wet rag and then use the purple cloth for complete streak-free shininess. No more Windex Bethany.]

[ Tid bit - the creator of Norwex traveled to see where to set up the factory - she went to China and was upset about the mistreatment of the workers. What does she do? She stays in China, but keeps to her core values of integrity, setting up her own factory. Yea, that's a big deal. ]

Now I’ve gotta run and clean the left side of the sink.

The right way.

Want to learn more? Or purchase? I’m not your dealer, but I can hook you up with one. There is an upcoming party in New Hope, MN on November 15th. Just leave me a comment if you want to find out how you can purchase, or for more information on the upcoming party. Thanks Joleen for the kind donation! (from beth)

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  1. Crissy
    Posted November 1, 2010 at 4:12 pm | Permalink

    Can’t wait to get my order of norwex goodies. The right half of my stove is dying to look like the left. LOVE the visuals.

  2. Emily
    Posted November 1, 2010 at 4:16 pm | Permalink

    And you likely are getting a bundle?

    The stove demonstration was amazing! And didn’t quite make it to the left side of my sink quite yet. And it is already full of dishes. *sigh

  3. Becky
    Posted November 1, 2010 at 8:04 pm | Permalink

    Yeah!! Cleaning can be fun, when it is rewarding.

  4. Beth Johnsoon
    Posted November 1, 2010 at 8:44 pm | Permalink

    YEAH!!!! YEAH!!!! They will be put to good use…I can guarantee it!

  5. Joleen
    Posted November 1, 2010 at 9:40 pm | Permalink

    Love this!!!

  6. annie
    Posted November 1, 2010 at 9:51 pm | Permalink

    I LOVE NORWEX! Big fan! Em, I didn’t realize you went to Crissy’s party. I hosted one for Joleen last year or was it 2 yrs ago, anyway she puts on an amazing demo. I just wiped down my kitchen today with the microfiber cloth. Love it.

  7. Posted November 2, 2010 at 8:47 pm | Permalink

    This is so right. Just so, so right!!

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