One of the most popular Norwex products is the Norwex Microfiber Mop. The mop comes with a set of mop pads that can be washed and reused as many times as you want. In this blog, we will show you how to clean Norwex mop pads.
Norwex mop pads are made with a revolutionary fibre called Poly-Viscose Rayon that is resistant to bacteria and removes a lot of dirt and dust from your floor. With a two-step cleaning process, you can extend the life of the pads.
How to Effectively Clean Norwex Mop Pads?
Method-1 (Quick Cleaning)
Norwex Wet mop pads can be cleaned on the go by rinsing them in some warm water. You can also use a damp cloth and some mild dish soap or your regular shampoo to clean them.
Then, Just dip the pad into the soapy water for a few seconds, then wring it out and hang it up to dry.
Method-2 (Deep Cleaning):
For a deep cleaning, follow the steps below:-
1. Use a small amount of water to wet the pad (about 1/4 cup).
2. Gently squeeze the water out of the pad. Squeeze as much water out of the pad as you can. This helps loosen up any dirt that may be stuck in the fibers.
3. Place the wet pad in a mesh laundry bag and place it in the washer.
4. Add a small amount of laundry detergent to the wash cycle.
5. Rinse the pad under warm water for about 2 minutes.
6. Hang it to dry. Once dry, gently squeeze the pad to remove as much moisture as you can. 7. Place the cleaned pad in a clean, airtight container or ziploc bag.
8. Store the pad in a dry place.
How to Get Rid of Odors from Norwex Mop Pads?
In this post I’ll show you how to get rid of odors from your Norwex mop pads. (Without chemicals or perfumes)
1: Open and Drain Your Mop Pads
2: Rinse Your Mop Pads
#3: Remove Odor-Causing Buildup
#4: Seal Your Mop Pads
How to Get Rid of Stains from Norwex Mop Pads?
Norwex Mop Pads are like new again! I always wash my pads when I get back from a cleaning but I recently noticed that they were starting to stain. I couldn’t remember when I last bleached them so I knew it was time to do it again.
Of course, bleach kills the germs but it doesn’t remove the stains. I tried scrubbing them with Dawn, bleach, vinegar, hydrogen peroxide, Oxiclean, you name it!
Finally, I tried pouring some bleach on them and let them soak for a few hours. Then I scrubbed them with Dawn and washed them in the machine. They were still stained! I tried washing them with vinegar and then bleaching them again.
No luck! I finally scrubbed them with Dawn, dried them and then threw them in the dryer. They came out perfect! I didn’t even have to wash them!
I’m not sure if it’s because I used Dawn or if it’s because the dryer worked the bleach in so well. Either way, I’ll be doing this from now on!
Detergent for Cleaning Norwex Mop Pads
If you are wondering what kind of detergent to use to clean your Norwex mop pads, here are some things to consider. Norwex mop pads are very easy to clean. They are not made of specific materials that require specific cleaning agents.
They are made out of a blended fabric that can be cleaned with general cleaning agents. However, there are some things that will make the cleaning process easier. First, you will want to soak the mop pads in hot water.
This will allow the grime to loosen up. Mix in some laundry detergent with the water. The detergent will help the grime loosen up even more so you can wash it out.
You can also choose to use vinegar or hot water. These are both excellent alternatives to laundry detergent. When you are done with the soaking, you can throw the mop pads in the washing machine.
Wash on hot, with laundry detergent. You can then hang the mop pads up to dry.
How to Care for Your Norwex Mop Pads?
To care for your Norwex mop, simply follow these steps:
- The key here is to not over-wet your mop pad. Simply squeeze out excess water from the pad before use. This will help prevent the pad from becoming stiff.
- Further, they’re easy to store as they don’t require a special storage container.
- make sure to rinse it thoroughly after each use.
- Hang them to dry between uses
- Wet mop pads are designed for indoor use only. So if you do use them outside, make sure to clean them thoroughly afterwards.
- Avoid using hot water or harsh chemicals.
How to Dry Norwex Pads?
I don’t know about you, but I love to dry my Norwex pads on the clothesline. I know what you are thinking, “Well, you have to be kidding me! You have got to be kidding me! How can you dry them on the clothesline?
They are so big!” I know they are, but I just love the smell of the sheets when I open the dryer. Oh, how I love it! I could just sit there and smell it all day!
It’s nice to know that my clothes are clean, but it’s the smell that I love the most. I hate living in the Midwest. I’m sick of the snow, the cold, and the ice. I’m sick of the rain, the sleet, and the snow.
I hate it! I’m even sick of the heat.
How Often Should You Clean or Replace Your Norwex Mop Pad?
Like any cleaning tool, it’s important to change your mop pad regularly. Specifically, you want to swap out your pad every 4-6 uses.