3 Reasons to Use Force of Nature in Hotel RoomsAs travel becomes more and more common again, adventurers are making up for lost trips and experiences they’ve missed out on over the last two years. But as people check off their next bucket list location and check into their hotel, they could unintentionally become exposed to the array of harmful chemicals often found in conventional hotel cleaning products and disinfectants. Here are three reasons to consider using an EPA-registered disinfectant free from toxic chemicals in your hotel rooms to protect your guests and cleaning staff:
1. No Harmful Chemicals In SightUsing electricity, Force of Nature’s electrolyzer device turns salt, water, and vinegar into hypochlorous acid, the do-it-all cleaning solution and disinfectant that’s gentle enough to use around sensitive populations like kids, the elderly, or those with conditions like asthma or allergies (which alone makes up a whopping 30% of US adults and 40% of US kids). The CDC recommends that those with asthma or allergies shouldn’t be around cleaning products with bleach or quaternary ammonium compounds (quats), which are the two most common disinfecting ingredients found in conventional cleaning products, so many hotels’ cleaning practices may be impacting the health of their guests without realizing it. Force of Nature offers a toxic-free alternative without sacrificing cleaning efficacy. No quats, no bleach, no scary, hard-to-pronounce ingredients – it starts with just water, salt, vinegar, and electricity. Imagine the satisfaction of a guest who calls a few days before check-in to ask about an allergy-friendly room. You could proudly say that ALL of your hotel rooms are allergy-friendly and asthma-friendly, thanks to Force of Nature. But don’t let its toxic-chemical free nature fool you, hypochlorous acid (HOCl) is a serious germ-buster! It’s the same chemical that the human body’s immune system creates to fight infections, and it’s this same naturally occurring substance that Force of Nature harnesses to tackle almost any surface as effectively as bleach. Our powerful disinfectant is EPA-approved for use against Covid-19 and is on List N. It also kills 99.9% of germs including Influenza A, Norovirus, Salmonella, Staph MRSA, and Listeria.
2. No Protective Gear (or Rinsing) NeededThough the EPA regulates the term “disinfectant,” cleaning products aren’t as closely monitored or regulated as you might think. We’re exposed to some pretty serious, harmful chemicals in conventional cleaning products and regular exposure to these chemicals has been shown to be as dangerous as smoking a pack of cigarettes a day. That’s why it’s always crucial to follow exact instructions on product labels, avoid mixing products, wear protective equipment, and always keep the area well-ventilated when using caustic cleaners and disinfectants. You can take a deep breath (literally!) when cleaning with Force of Nature, because there’s no need to don protective gear like gloves or masks when using it, and you don’t need to rinse surfaces before your guests come into contact with them. It’s even certified 100% Top Allergen-Free by the Mayo Clinic’s SkinSafe rating system, so there’s no worry about exposing your skin to freshly cleaned surfaces. Even doctors who treat those with the most delicate skin – dermatologists, vets, and eye doctors – trust Force of Nature to fight germs and bacteria without causing any harm.
3. One Product, Countless UsesForce of Nature eliminates the need for a housekeeping cart full of different products. With just one powerful, people-friendly product, you can clean and disinfect almost every surface in your guest rooms to ensure they are spick and span before the next check-in. Some of the dirtiest places in hotel rooms you can use Force of Nature on include:
- High-Touch Areas: Spray light switches, remotes, door handles, phones, and drawer/cabinet pulls.
- Bathrooms: Disinfect bathroom surfaces like faucets, sinks, counters, toilets, floors, towel rods, shower tile, etc.
- Chair and Desk: Use it to disinfect and deodorize the chairs found in hotel rooms and clean the desk, where respiratory viruses can linger for up to four days.
- Curtains: Spray Force of Nature on room curtains to deodorize them (just test in an inconspicuous spot first to ensure the fabric is colorfast).
- Ice Bucket: While intended to keep drinks chilled, the gross but true reality is that ice buckets are often used as a receptacle for guests to get sick, and they can retain tons of germs.
- Flooring: Clean linoleum, tile, wood, or stone flooring by adding Force of Nature into a refillable spray mop in-between room changes.
- Room Accessories: Keep the little things, like room service menus, remotes, tray tables, coffee makers, and mini-fridges free of viruses and bacteria by spraying with Force of Nature.