Y’all. Our shower door.
It’s just gross.
After 10+ years of hard water stains and soap scum, I’ve almost just given up on it ever being clean.
I think I just “cleaned” it like 2 weeks ago…a lot of good that did.
A few months ago, I went into Lowe’s like a mad lady. I bought every single product on their shelf that promised to remove hard water stains and soap scum.
NONE OF THEM WORKED.
None. Of. Them.
Then, I went to Pinterest and tried everything under the moon that bloggers and pinners promised worked for them.
Our bathroom looked like a science experiment.
Bar Keeper’s Friend
Scotch Bright Pads
Magic Erasers (that aren’t so magical it seems)
Old English Oil
You name it, I’ve tried it, people.
Then one of my friends from high school started sharing on social media about this new company with all natural cleaning supplies and how she was seeing amazing results WITHOUT all the chemicals.
I’ll admit, I was skeptical….I mean, she hasn’t seen my shower door…
One of her posts seriously made me laugh out loud – because she is the girl that went to clean the speed limit sign in her neighborhood:
I mean, who does that???? Ok, Mandi. You got my attention.
So, I got a catalog, skimmed through the pages and it’s been sitting on my kitchen island for a few weeks with all intentions of ordering something to try.
This weekend she had a sale with several inventory items on hand and I finally did it. I bought some of these amazing Norwex towels that are all the craze.
Today, I put them to the test.
Shower door, me and my new towels are COMING FOR YOU!!
These photos do NOT do this door justice.
Shut the shower door.
Today’s #trashouttuesday – is all about the SOAP SCUM THAT IS NOW GONE!!! Wooohooo!!
Y’all. I used a RAG AND WATER!! THAT IS ALL.
I texted Brian immediately. I could not believe my eyes.
Our shower door hasn’t been this clean in years. And to think I didn’t even have to open the windows and turn on the fan to air out the terrible chemicals I’ve used in the past that would make someone sick if you stay in there too long!!
If you have dirty places in your house (who doesn’t>>>?), I would highly recommend you give Norwex a try. I mean, if it can work on my nasty shower door, I know it can work for you!
The best way to get started (and exactly what I bought from my friend Mandi) is the Basic Package:
You’ll get 2 cloths, one EnviroCloth to use wet and one Window Cloth to dry and shine. They remove up to 99% of bacteria and I know you’ll love them as much as I do. They are totally reusable and will save us a ton of money!!! I’m so stinkin’ excited.
They have a 60 day money back guarantee and a 2 year/400 wash warranty! You can’t lose! With normal household use, they will last 7-9 years.
I even cleaned my flat surface stovetop last night in 1 minute flat with my EnviroCloth and water. Unbelievable.
The Basic Package is such a great way to try out Norwex for yourself without going to a party or committing to a big product order.
Can we stop for a minute and talk about how much that purchase was at Lowe’s on the day I bought every product they had THAT DIDN’T WORK??? It was welllll over $32, I can assure you. Ughhh.
I’ve partnered with my friend Mandi to bring my blog readers a fun exclusive freebie special if you order the Basic Package in the next 5 days.
Purchase the Basic Package for $32.99 using this link below and you’ll automatically receive one FREE body cloth from me as a thank you gift!
I didn’t even know what the “body cloths” were, but Mandi told me I needed them and I’m sooo excited – it’s a cloth made just like the EnviroCloth, but for your face and body!!
Take a look at this video of Mandi demonstrating what you can do with the body cloths:
There you go!
Order the Basic Package by Sunday night, April 9 using this link below and I’ll send you one free body cloth as a thank you!
Thank you, Mandi – for cleaning your speed limit sign and sharing the love of Norwex with my family. I’m so thankful to start using less chemicals and FINALLY have a clean shower door again…yay!!
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