Here's the breakdown:
If you're washing dishes, use the Dish Cloth or Spirisponge. Pro tip: Cut the netted Dish Cloth in half (or thirds, or fourths) and make it last longer!
If you're washing pots and pans, use the Spirisponge, Mighty Mesh Pot Scrubber, or Spirinetts. Note: Spirinetts are not recommended for use on Teflon.
If you're washing produce, use the Veggie and Fruit Scrub Cloth. One side polishes, and the other scrubs and peels. Want to see some of the ways I've used it? Check this link for the keyword search on my blog - this cloth is versatile and one of my favorite products! http://www.fastgreenclean.com/search/label/Veggie%20and%20Fruit%20Scrub%20Cloth
Use the Kitchen Towel for drying hands or dishes. I leave mine hanging over the oven door handle for easy access and use! This cloth has a ridged fabric and is very absorbent!
Use the Kitchen Cloth for wiping counters and tables. It is the same ridged fabric as the Kitchen Towel, which makes it excellent for picking up crumbs and spills.
The All-Purpose Kitchen Cloth is great for cleaning the kitchen and using soap, and is especially practical for cleaning up grease splatters! This cloth has a fabric that is almost like a waffle weave - and does not have the microsilver in it, making it safe to use with soap. I highly recommend the Norwex Dishwashing Liquid!
Everything else - the Enviro Cloth is the answer! Just use water!
In case you need a visual, here it is:
|Norwex Kitchen Products Flow-Chart|
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