Cleaning for the Holidays: Common Overlooked Areas

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I don't know about you when, but I have family coming over, I want my house to look like it was never lived in. But seriously, it the time of year for all the germs as well and I don't want them shared if it can be helped. Today, I want to share some of the most common forgotten to clean places. The common missed cleaning areas, whether they are missed spots while house cleaning or not, can be quickly cleaned and sanitized with Force of Nature.

I recently received a Force of Nature starter kit which comes with everything needed to make the powerful multi-purpose cleaner that cuts through grease, grime, soap scum, and sticky messes with squeaky clean, sparkling results. Kills 99.9% of germs, mold and mildew and on the EPA’s List N, the disinfectants approved for use against SARS-CoV-2, the cause of COVID-19, and List Q, the disinfectants approved for use against the monkeypox virus. Even tough odors don’t stand a chance.

Top Commonly Missed Cleaning Spots:

1. top of the shower curtain rail

2. fridge grate

3. baseboards and around door frames

4. ceiling fans

5. air vent 

6. light switches and around door handles

7. banisters. For floors, a refillable spray mop with a machine-washable pad, and Force of Nature can be your new best friends. You can finally skip that rinsing step. If your floors are made from a material other than wood, sealed stone, porcelain, ceramic, vinyl, or laminate, first test in an inconspicuous spot.

8. house plants, whether alive or not can get dusty

9. behind the toilet

10. top of the refrigerator. Force of Nature doesn't contain drying accelerants like ammonia or alcohol-based products, so the trick is to spray then wipe with a clean dry cloth or paper towel until the surface is 100% dry.

11. kitchen table legs and chairs

12. light fixtures

13. top of microwave. For grease and oil, saturate surface then wipe thoroughly with a clean dry cloth or paper towel. If you have a lot of grease, spray, then let sit 2 minutes before wiping.

14. coffee maker

15. oven especially the door

Force of Nature uses a technology called electrolyzed water, which is a technology used in industrial applications including wound healing, produce preservation, eye care, veterinary care, organic crop production, and also in green cleaning and sanitizing. Force of Nature works through converting tap water along with pre-measured capsules of salt and vinegar into electrolyzed water, which forms hypochlorous acid and a very small amount of sodium hydroxide over the span of about 10 minutes.

Force of Nature starter kit comes with:
- 5 Activator Capsules, each makes one 12 oz bottle of all-in-one cleaner, deodorizer & disinfectant
- Electrolyzer Appliance
- Power cord
- 12 oz planet-friendly reusable Spray Bottle
- Quick Start Guide & User Manual

This multi-tasking powerhouse replaces kitchen, bath, glass cleaners, disinfectants, and deodorizers. Each bottle lasts for 2 weeks with a clean scent and no added fragrances.

Force of Nature can also clean pet accidents, sports gear, colorfast rugs/furniture/clothing, baby gear, makeup brushes, thermoses, humidifiers, camping gear, backpacks/lunch boxes, bath toys, and BONUS! help your fresh cut flowers last longer by adding a few ounces to the water in the vase!

What is something that you always seem to miss when cleaning your home? What do you think of Force of Nature?

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