Coronavirus Resources & Information


Resources and Information

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Force of Nature is proud to be an EPA-registered disinfectant that kills 99.9% of viruses and bacteria and be EPA approved for use against the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, the cause of Covid-19. And good news – the EPA expects all products on List N to kill all strains and variants of SARS-CoV-2. Hypochlorous Acid, the active anti-microbial ingredient in Force of Nature’s cleaner & disinfectant solution, while a powerful pathogen killer, is gentle enough to use around kids or pets. Hypochlorous acid is the same substance created by the human immune system to kill viruses, germs and bacteria and fight infection. Learn more about how Force of Nature can help you clean and disinfect without exposing your family, pets and workplace to harmful chemicals, residues or fumes. And we’ve got lots of tips about how to protect your home and family from germs in the links below.

How Force of Nature Disinfects

How Force of Nature Disinfects and Kills Viruses and Germs

Learn What Makes Force of Nature as Effective as Bleach

The Science Behind Force of Nature

Tips for Disinfecting At Home

Cleaning vs Sanitizing vs Disinfecting: What’s the Difference?

How to Protect Yourself From Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, the Cause of Covid-19

Tips to Protect Yourself From Viruses

How to Never Run Out of Disinfectants Again

Are You Disinfecting Effectively? Our Top Tips For Disinfecting At Home

Going Back to School Safely During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Tips for Disinfecting At Work

Tips for Disinfecting as Businesses Reopen During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Staying Healthy At Work During Covid-19

Disinfecting: How To Keep Your Staff & Customers Safe

Covid-19 Workplace Health & Safety Guide

How To Protect Your Workplace From Covid-19 With Force of Nature

Why Workplace Disinfecting is Critical & How To Do It Correctly

How Businesses Can Make Their Own Powerful Disinfectant On Demand

Our Top Tips & Tricks For Using Force of Nature For Your Business

Disinfectant Level Needed to Keep Your Customers Safe

Why Businesses Should NOT Disinfect with Bleach

How to Use Hypochlorous Acid to Disinfect Your Business

Disinfecting Your Home by Room

How to Effectively Disinfect Your Bathroom

How to Disinfect Your Kitchen: Part 1, Sink + Refrigerator

How to Disinfect Your Kitchen: Part 2, Stove + Oven + Microwave

How to Disinfect Your Kitchen: Part 3, Counters + Drawers + Cabinets

Cleaning & Disinfecting Myths

Cleaning vs Sanitizing vs Disinfecting: They Aren’t The Same & Why It Matters

Why Vinegar Doesn’t Kill Viruses

Vinegar’s Surprising Drawbacks

Why Vinegar Cannot Disinfect

Top Ingredients to Avoid for Safe Disinfecting

EPA & CDC Resources

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