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Micro Cleaning Hand Pad

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Item#: 357110
$6.99
Great for tough cleaning jobs,
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10 cm x 6 cm x 2 cm / 4" x 2.5" x 1"
  • Problem & Solution

    Problem
    Do crayon, marker and scuff marks on walls; soap scum on bathtubs and shower stalls and other stubborn cleaning problems have you perplexed? A scrubber is too abrasive, cleaning chemicals are toxic, and a cloth just won’t do the job.

    Solution
    Norwex Micro Cleaning Hand Pads are the perfect cleaning assistant. Tough on stubborn stains, yet less abrasive than a scrubber, they’re just right for a variety of jobs.

  • How To Use
    • Dip in warm water and squeeze out excess water.
    • Scrub surface using very little pressure.
    • For heavier marks, continue to scrub using slightly more pressure.
    • For small and awkward areas, tear off a piece of the pad and scrub until ingrained soil has been removed.
    • Wipe surface with EnviroCloth®, Window Cloth or EnviroTowel.
    • Not recommended for polished or glossy surfaces or for brushed, satin, dark or faux finishes. Not for use on auto paintwork.
  • Features & Benefits
    • Removes stains such as crayon, marker, pen, pencil, scuff marks and soap scum
    • Gentle on easy-to-scratch surfaces such as walls, plastic furniture, tile, and most kitchen and bathroom surfaces
    • Great for erasing scuff marks from the floor; removing scuff marks
    • and dirt from interior doors, trim and baseboard; shining your car’s hubcaps, interior console and dashboard; removing scuff marks and dirt from patio furniture, etc.
    • Lightly abrasive sponge works with very little pressure.
    • Can be torn to fit the size you need
    • Earth-friendly by reducing waste in landfills
    • Breaks down with normal use
  • Did You Know?
    Graffiti, or writing on walls, hasn’t always had a bad rap. In the ancient Roman world, graffiti was a respected form of writing—often interactive—not the kind of defacement we think of now. Inside elite dwellings, friends would write greetings around the edges of frescoes in the home’s finest room. In a stairwell, people took turns quoting popular poems and adding their own clever twists. In other places, graffiti included drawings such as a boat, a peacock or a leaping deer.

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