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How To Clean Barn Doors With Norwex

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If you’ve watched an episode of Fixer Upper or had a look in any home design magazine then you’ve probably noticed that the look of a rustic charm farmhouse is totally in. It’s everywhere and quite the popular decorating trend. Right now it’s all about bringing the old (or faux old) doors, windows, shutters and more inside to use as decor. Personally I’m loving the look and I’ve been slowly transforming my home to be more Magnolia like. Perhaps my favorite of the trend right now is the barn door. The look is beautiful but can also be time consuming to clean because there’s a lot of gears, tracks, and wood on that one door. Sure it’s all about the rustic and old look right now but you still want to have clean barn doors… Am I right?!

For a few years now I’ve been wanting a barn door somewhere in our home. When we did the master bathroom remodel last year I knew right away that the perfect spot for such a door was the doorway separating our master bedroom from the bathroom. Previously it was just this opening without a door at all so a barn door was a simple solution to give the bathroom a bit more privacy. With this new addition to our space I’ve had to learn how to properly clean it. I hope my tips help you in cleaning your own barn door!

How To Clean Barn Doors With Norwex

 Cleaning a barn door is made easy with these 3 products:

For the most part a barn door just needs dusting, but a damp EnviroCloth is just the thing to clean off any dirt grime, or build up.

When I received all the review items from Meri Haertel, Norwex Independent Sales Consultant I was really happy to see a dusting mitt in the package because I had been wanting to try one out. I had previously purchased an EnviroWand and EnviroCloth on my own so I knew that both of those items would aide in keeping my barn door looking sharp. But I had heard great things about the dusting mitt (and children using the dusting mitt to help clean up) and was excited to try it out. Sure enough it’s just the thing to clean barn doors!

Dust is attracted to the microfiber and clings right onto the mitt!


The long handle of the EnviroWand is perfect for reaching the track, wheels, gears, and top of the barn door.

This item from Norwex is also perfect for cleaning ceiling fans, blinds, and more!

And that dandy dusting mitt? Basically you can use it to dust anything.

Especially perfect for furniture and picture frames!

If you haven’t already then be sure to join the informational and fun party HERE and stay tuned for more great Norwex products being reviewed.

If you liked this how to clean barn doors posting then be sure to check out the other reviews:

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A mom blogger for over 15 years, Tara Smith lives in St. Louis, Missouri with her audiologist husband and four kids. Her blog has been featured on local media television shows like News 4 Great Day and Show Me St. Louis, as well as in the Farmhouse Style Magazine for Country Sampler. She loves to travel, explore the Midwest, make crafts and read.

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