Veggie & Fruit Scrub Cloth

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Item# : 307010
The two sided Veggie and Fruit Cloth is highly effective for cleaning fruits and vegetables.
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  • 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 before laundering.
    • 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 machine dry.
  • Features & Benefits
    • 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 to landfills
  • 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 Cloth!”
    • 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.