The two-sided cloth is perfect for
scrubbing and polishing fruit and
veggies. Use the rough side for
scrubbing and the smooth side
for polishing. This cloth is highly
effective for removing dirt, waxes
32 cm x 32 cm / 12.6" x 12.6"
P R O B L E M :
Many growers subject produce to a toxic treatment to protect it
from pests and fungal attack. Sometimes produce is also coated with a wax or oily substance
to prevent decay and preserve quality and appearance during transportation. But this waxy
layer can also have the unwanted effect of trapping undesirable dirt and debris.
S O L U T I O N :
Make sure your fresh fruits and vegetables are free of dirt,
waxes and debris on their surfaces. Wash them well with plenty of fresh, running water
and use the Veggie and Fruit Scrub Cloth to ensure that they deliver nothing but the good
nutrition and taste you and your family deserve.
- Rough side for scrubbing away
dirt and pesticide residue
- Smooth side for drying and
polishing to a beautiful shine
- Chemical-free cleaning
- No paper towels to contribute
- The cloth is very durable and can be used
over and over again, saving you money.
- Provides for clean produce, which tastes better
- Clean produce is healthier for your family; it’s
what nature intended for the body.
How to Use
- Wash and wipe all produce, even if it will be
peeled. This way, you prevent contaminating
the flesh of the produce as you remove the skin.
- Use the rough side of the cloth for thicker-skinned fruits and vegetables, like apples,
carrots and potatoes.
- Use the soft side to dry and polish softer-
skinned fruits and vegetables, such as
tomatoes, lettuce and grapes.
- Great for lunch bags, to take to the office, to
keep in the kitchen and to take on picnics for
handy access to cleaner produce.
- Slightly dirty Veggie and Fruit Scrub Cloths can
be washed with Norwex Dishwashing Liquid
under warm running water and used again
- Cloths that have been used heavily should be
laundered using Norwex Ultra Power Plus™,
which contains no fillers, after each use.
- Do not use bleach, fabric softeners or
dryer sheets when laundering.
- Rinse thoroughly after washing and air or
Did You Know?
- The Environmental Working Group
(EWG) Dirty Dozen Plus™ list of fruits
and vegetables with the most pesticide
residues includes: apples, celery, cherry
tomatoes, cucumbers, grapes, hot
peppers, imported nectarines, peaches,
potatoes, spinach (including kale and
collard greens), strawberries and sweet
bell peppers. The EWG suggests buying
organic for these items. We say, “Even
so, use your Fruit and Veggie Scrub
- Watermelon and cantaloupe should
always be washed before cutting them.
If not, the knife blade may bring germs
and bacteria from the surface down into
the flesh of the fruit when they are cut.