UPDATE: March 23, 2012
After much consideration – and months of in-home testing and scrutinizing – I am convinced that e-cloth® offers a product that is equal in quality and performance to Norwex but is more reasonably priced. I still stand behind my review of the Norwex mop, but the e-cloth® mop performs a wee bit better and is less than half the price. See my detailed comparison/review of the e-cloth® VS Norwex mops here.
IN A NUTSHELL:
My opinion of this mop goes up every time I use it. I’ve barely used my vacuum over the past year and find even when I do, the Norwex Mop picks up what it has left behind. Dog or not, this mop is worth the expense. It’s 5 stars for this baby!
Today’s challenge was renovation and drywall dust on our hardwood floors. If you’re renovating and unless you’re the woman I spoke to the other day (who said she was “renovating” her living room, but when I questioned her admitted she was only having the ceiling painted), you know the dust I speak of. Minute particles that sink into every crevice and create a dense coating over everything. A broom simply does not work on this kind of dust.
Thought I would nip the dust in the bud and pulled out the trusty vacuum. Thought I did a pretty good job… until the sun hit the floor. DRATS. Major dust. All over the floor. It was like I hadn’t even vacuumed (except a lot of dog hair was missing and I was tired).
So out comes the Norwex Mop. And I’m gonna let my “Black Glove Test” pictures do the talking. The first picture is a single swipe across the hardwood floor after vacuuming. The second is a single swipe in the same area after a pass with the Norwex Mop (and this is only with the dry mop).
Notice anything? Hmmm… like a total lack of dust on the second glove? OK, there’s some grime, but these are my every-day dog walking gloves so they’re just dirty to begin with.
I don’t know about you, but I’m pretty impressed. That darned Norwex Mop ROCKS!!!
Too bad I spent so much energy vacuuming. Otherwise I’d “mop” the walls and ceiling too, ’cause you KNOW they’re covered with the same dust.
Check out my original review for more information and a list of pros and cons for the Norwex Mop system.