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Spray Bottle
Spray Bottle
Spray Bottle
Item#: 354000

Spray Bottle


Keep water handy for a quick, easy clean with Norwex Microfiber. Or use with water and dilutable products for extra freshness throughout your home.

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Blue: 230 ml / 7.77 oz.
  • Problem & Solution


    Typical cleaning products can introduce harmful chemicals into your home, take up space and cost money.


    Replace chemicals with water and Norwex Microfiber to clean mechanically instead of chemically. The Spray Bottle keeps water handy where and when you need it.

  • Use & Care
    • Fill with water for use with the Norwex Mop System. Simply re-wet the Tile or Wet Mop Pads whenever necessary as you clean.
    • Put one capful of Odour Eliminator in the Spray Bottle for use wherever odors exist: trash cans, diaper pails, laundry rooms, etc.
    • Put two to three drops of your favorite essential oil in the Spray Bottle to lightly scent the air.
    • Get windows and other surfaces clean and shiny using the Spray Bottle filled with water and a Norwex Microfiber cloth.
    • Do not store diluted products for prolonged periods.
  • Features & Benefits
    • Helps eliminate harmful chemicals, allowing your family to breathe easier and maintain a healthy lifestyle.
    • Versatile, lightweight and easy to hold.
    • Handy throughout the house:
      • Fill with water for use with your Norwex Mop System.
      • Fill with a mixture of Bathroom Cleaner and water to clean non-stone surfaces in your bathroom.
      • Fill with a mixture of water and Odour Eliminator to freshen hampers and/or trashcans.
      • Fill with a mixture of your favorite essential oil and water to lightly scent the air in your home.
      • Keep one near your Household Package cloths to quickly mist windows and get other surfaces clean and shiny.
    • Constructed of strong, long-lasting PETE.
  • Did You Know?
    • Studies have shown that many air-freshening sprays and other scented products can release an array of hazardous substances that may cause lung damage, tumors, asthma and more.
    • Spray bottles used in the mid-1800s featured a rubber bulb, which was squeezed to produce the spray as the fast-moving air siphoned fluid from the bottle. The rapid improvement in plastics after World War II increased the range of fluids that could be dispensed, and reduced costs as assembly became fully automated.
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