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Window Cloth Mop Pad 14x32cm graphite

€20.99
Item# : 770002

Taking clean windows to new heights, our Window Cloth Mop Pad easily brings high windows to a sparkling shine! Also great for polishing high-shine floors including natural stone.

:: moreless
32 cm x 14 cm
  • Ingredients
     Baclock Contains silver hydrogen zirconium phosphate.
  • Problem & Solution

     PROBLEM
    Your Window Cloth works great with water alone to clean the windows that you can reach easily. But high windows are difficult to clean and
    using a ladder to clean them can be dangerous.

    SOLUTION
    Our Window Cloth Mop Pad easily brings high windows to a sparkling shine when paired with our Telescopic Mop Handle and Mop Base.
    It can even be used to polish high-shine floors, including natural stone, all with only water.

  • How To Use
    • Use with Norwex Mop Base and Telescopic Mop Handle or Multi-Use Handle. 
    • To clean high windows, extend Telescopic Mop Handle to full length. 
    • To clean French doors, sliding glass doors, etc., use with the Multi-Use Handle and Mop Base. 
    • To clean high-shine, natural stone floors, dry mop first to pick up larger particles. 
    • After using, remove pad from base, rinse and hang to dry.
    •  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.
  • Features & Benefits
    • Ultra-fine Norwex Microfibre traps dirt and grime in the pad, leaving surfaces cleaner, longer.
    •  Heavy-duty Velcro® firmly secures it to the Norwex Mop Base.
    • Handy loop for hanging to dry.
    • Two sizes offer convenient options for houses, apartments,dorm rooms, even travel trailers.
    • Windows dry super fast.
    • Can be used more than once before laundering.
  • Did You Know?

    Glycol ethers are a type of chemical commonly found in glass cleaners. They are readily absorbed through the skin, and overexposure can irritate mucous membranes and may cause liver and kidney damage.


    www.osha.gov/dts/sltc/methods/organic/org083/org083.html