2-Year Warranty

Scrubby Corner Cloth (RETIRED) - Blue

Item# : 307005
We paired our Norwex Microfibre with a special scrubby pocket.
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35 cm x 35 cm
  • Problem & Solution

    Tired of using two cloths to do one job, or using a toothbrush to get into crevices to clean?

    The Scrubby Corner Cloth gives you two functions in one cloth: a soft, self-purifying cloth for dusting and cleaning, and a special “scrubby” corner pocket for when you need a little extra boost of cleaning power.

  • How To Use
    • Use wet or dry to clean and dry kitchen surfaces.
    • Use scrubby corner on especially tough dirt.
    • When using on easily scratched surfaces such as brushed stainless steel, first test Norwex Microfibre on an inconspicuous spot. Not for use on anti-glare surfaces.

    Caring for Microfibre:

    • Slightly dirty microfibre can be washed with Norwex Dishwashing Liquid under warm running water and used again before laundering. Rinse thoroughly after washing and air or machine dry.
    • Cloths that have been used heavily should be laundered using a Norwex laundry detergent, which contains no fillers.
    • Do not use bleach, fabric softeners or dryer sheets.
  • Features & Benefits
    • Norwex Microfibre has the ability to remove up to 99% of bacteria from a surface with only water when following the proper care and use instructions.
    • Two features in one cloth saves time.
    • Norwex Microfibre uses capillary action to pull dirt and grease up into the fibres and away from the surface.
    • Scrubby pocket for hard-to-remove dirt, grime and baked-on stains
    • Scrubby corner pocket protects your fingers and makes scrubbing easier.
    • Scrubbing pocket is safe for most hard surfaces.
    • Saves time, money and the environment by using no harmful chemicals while cleaning and no paper towels
    • Cleans effectively with just water
    • Lint-free towels and cloths help provide friendlier environment for allergy-sensitive individuals.
    • Super absorbent
  • Did You Know?
    • Norwex Microfibres are of finer quality than natural fibres such as silk.
    • Textile fibres are often measured in grams per 10,000 metres (dtex). In general, for a fibre to be considered a microfibre, it must be one dtex or finer. This means a single strand of 10,000 metres must weigh less than 1 gram. Norwex has an even stricter definition of microfibre: It can be no more than 0.33 dtex.