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Aluminum Spray Bottle

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Item#: 354001
$6.99
Why not replace the aerosols with a better solution? Reduce even more plastic in your home with our Aluminum Spray Bottle. Great for all kinds of cleaning jobs with water only! Note: Should you choose to use Essential Oils or Odour Eliminator, empty unused contents and rinse the bottle immediately.
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Silver: 250 ml / 8.45 oz.
  • Problem & Solution

    Problem
    It seems like there’s an aerosol can be stored under nearly every sink and in every laundry room. But those cleaning products may contain chemical propellants that are not only harmful to the atmosphere, they could also jeopardize your family’s health.

    Solution
    Our Spray Bottles can help you get your home clean without harmful chemicals. They’re designed for use with Norwex Microfiber cloths, Mop Systems and more.

  • How To Use
    • Fill a Spray Bottle with water for use with the Norwex Mop System. Simply re-wet the Tile or Wet Mop Pads whenever necessary as you clean.
    • Get windows and other surfaces clean and shiny using a Spray Bottle filled with either water only, or a diluted mixture of Essential Oil, along with a Norwex Microfiber cloth.
    • Should you choose to use Essential Oils or Odour Eliminator, empty unused contents and rinse the bottle immediately.
    • To keep Aluminum Spray Bottle in optimal condition, do not leave any liquids other than water in the bottle for extended periods of time.
    • Do not use Aluminum Spray Bottle with Bathroom Cleaner or Descaler.
  • Features & Benefits
    • Spray Bottles are perfect for cleaning with our Norwex Microfiber and water only.
    • Both Spray Bottles are handy throughout the house:
      • Fill one with water for use with your Norwex Mop System
      • Keep one near your Household Package cloths to quickly mist windows and get other surfaces clean and shiny
    • Made with less plastic, our Aluminum Spray Bottle is a more sustainable option.
  • Did You Know?
    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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