So initial reports for the efficacy of upcoming Norwex masks were 0.4 microns at 60%. THE NEW EFFICACY RESULTS ARE AMAZING!!! The Norwex masks will be able to filter out 0.1 microns at 80%!!!! That really blows my mind. Again, I will let you know when they are available and I will put up a link so you can order directly off my website and I never see your credit card information.
This is a good video about the plastic pollution we have created in such a short time in human history. Through my Norwex business, I sell stainless steel straws, silicone dish covers, and fabric grocery bags to help reduce plastic use. If you would like to order some feel free to contact me or go directly to dawnbroadbent.norwex.biz. If you would like to help others make a difference you can join Norwex,become a consultant, and start your business for free in September! Jump in!
While it is apparent that certain government leaders are more loyal to those lining their wallets instead of passing safe chemical laws, Norwex has given you the power to make your home a Safe Haven from many of the chemicals we used to bring into our homes. As you keep working on the transition to chemical free cleaning, give yourself a pat on the back for being proactive and doing something good!
Norwex was included in a June 24, 2014 article in the Wall Street Journal entitled, “Easier Cleaning Without Chemicals“. Have a read for yourselves! 🙂
Several studies published in 2012 (Deeper Understanding of Link between Chemical Pollutants and Autism) have come to strongly suspect chemicals in the form of pesticides and air pollution as playing a significant role in the increased prevalence of autism rates. While Norwex products help you radically reduce the use of chemicals for your home and body and help prevent superbugs, we as a society need to do more to take care of ourselves, our planet, and all that inhabit it. Earth Day is approaching. Let’s think about it.
“The [U.S. Food and Drug Administration] agency said it is revisiting the safety of chemicals like triclosan in light of recent studies suggesting they can interfere with hormone levels and spur the growth of drug-resistant bacteria.”
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The great benefit of the Norwex method of cleaning without chemicals is that is DOES NOT create drug resistance because there are no ‘drugs’ or chemicals for the bacteria to resist. Norwex wins!
Norwex came out the winner on the Memphis, Tennessee WMCTV News Segment Series called, “Andy, Will it Work?” The Norwex Enviro Cloth beat out regular microfiber and paper towel and chemicals! Check it out!
WMCTV Andy, Will it Work? Norwex Microfiber
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I’m so sorry to report that a baby has died from eating a laundry detergent pod. Again, they are dangerous because they look appealing to a child.
Tide Pods are too tempting for little children. Looks like candy and bite sized.
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This just in today from Global News Edmonton –
Many cleaners contain toxins and some ‘green’ cleaners hide ingredients: report
Victoria Revay, Global News : Monday, September 10, 2012 4:47 PM
This quote confirms what I’ve known since 2008:
‘Industry Canada doesn’t require manufacturers to disclose all ingredients or warn consumers about the long-term exposure and chronic health and environmental hazards associated with these ingredients,…’
If you continue reading in the article (link below), it lists products that failed the grade.
Well, I’m here to tell you that Norwex makes cleaning easy! Norwex saves you money, time, health, and the environment. It does all this by cleaning with our special high quality microfiber and water. Yes, just water. Our microfiber can easily pick up oily and greasy foods and cosmetics off of surfaces. We also have organic cleaners like a safe oven cleaner and safe drain cleaner! You can learn more by reading my previous posts and clicking the link to the digital online catalogue. Get yourself some Norwex today!
Read it on Global News: Global News | Many cleaners contain toxins and some ‘green’ cleaners hide ingredients: report