Clean makeup brushes and sponges
gunked on makeup with water
thoroughly with Force of Nature
Test rug in an inconspicuous spot to confirm it’s colorfast. Remove as much of the mess as possible, spray Force of Nature, wait 2 minutes, then use a scrub brush or paper towel to wipe until clean. Saturate once more & let air dry.
Make your fresh-cut flowers last longer by pouring a few ounces of Force of Nature into the vase to make your blooms last.
A breath of fresh air
in Force of Nature
into all the crevices
Use Force of Nature to hose down your baby gear. All. The. Time.
Dishwasher heat can cause plastics to leach toxic chemicals, so skip the dishwasher and use Force of Nature on kids’ serveware.
Sippies and Straws
Clean sippy cups, straw cups, and waterbottles. Spray in FON, shake, let dry.
Stinky Pails and Cans
Festering trash cans and diaper pails got you down? Spray regularly, making sure to saturate the source of the stink.
Think about how many surfaces these come in contact with each day. Spray backpacks and lunchboxes after each use to ensure no invisible hitchhikers are coming home with your kiddos.
Hold The Mold
Stop the musty, moldy, and mildewy smell by spraying the rubber gaskets after each cycle. Wipe, spray thoroughly, then let dry naturally.
Pack It Up
Spray down reusable shopping bags and shipping boxes before you bring them into your home.
Spray down your camping gear after each use to clean and stop odors from mold and mildew. For boots, saturate thoroughly then let dry without rinsing.
Your trusty helpers wipe tons of gross surfaces and stay damp. Spray your sponges and scrubies daily.
High Touch Surfaces
Spray surfaces until they’re completely wet, then let dry naturally. If you’re on-the-go without access to soap and water, it’s okay to spray your hands too!
Your MVP for de-stinking sports gear. The 1st time, soak gear with Force of Nature then let dry (don’t rinse!). Spray after each use to keep the stench from coming back.
Whether it’s lovies, Legos, trains or anything else, don’t forget those post-playtime spray downs. No need to rinse!
Spray to clean windows, seats, consoles, rugs. On fabrics & rugs, start with a spot test to ensure the material is colorfast.
Bath toys are full of nooks & crannies to host icky old water & soap scum. Spray them down regularly.
For cloth diapers, remove as much of the “soil” as possible, then soak in Force of Nature for 10 minutes either before or instead of putting them in the washer.
Spray down mats, props and water bottles after each use.
Is your sink counter a few feet away from the potty? We rest our case. Spray toothbrushes when you clean your counters, then shake off any residue.
Mop It Up
Hate rinsing? Us too! Snag a refillable spray mop with a machine washable pad and for the first time ever, feel the joy of mopping.
Patio furniture is a magnet for mold & mildew, so spray it down regularly. To clean mold or mildew, soak the area and let dry naturally without rinsing.
When Flipper needs his tank cleaned, take him out, empty the tank, then give the tank a thorough spray down. Let air dry before you put him back.
Besides removing soiled bedding each day, once a week do a cage deep clean. Put your furry friend in a cozy spot. Give the cage, hideaways, bowls and toys a thorough spray, then
let air dry.
Keep mold and mildew at bay by emptying out the pool, then spraying thoroughly every couple of days. Let it air dry naturally before refilling.
Sure they lick our floors without a second thought, but furry family members need clean gear too! Spray bowls and toys regularly and let air dry. When bedding gets stinky, spray it down.
After you scoop up waste, spray the litter left behind to prevent odors. Once a week, remove all the litter from the box, spray the box until it’s wet, then let air dry.
For the first treatment, saturate insoles until wet and let air dry. Then spray after each wearing to keep odors from coming back.
Spray water fountains, dispensers and coolers to keep spouts, handles, trays, and basins clean and disinfected. Spray thoroughly and let air dry.
The giver of life, particularly at work, can get really germy with so many people touching it. Spray buttons and handles regularly.
Spray everything from free weights, bikes, treadmills and ellipticals to yoga mats and props after each use.
Spray Force of Nature on a soft cloth or paper towel, turn off or unplug the device, then wipe. Clean keyboards, laptops, monitors, tablets and phones.
Bathrooms & Locker Rooms
Spray surfaces thoroughly including counters, toilets, urinals, showers, paper towel & soap dispensers, and faucets.
Whiteboards & Chalkboards
Spray surface, wipe with clean cloth or paper towel until clean.
Lunch – with other humans! Spray tables, microwaves, countertops, fridge door handles and interiors, water and ice dispensers.
Spray tables, conferencing equipment and chairs. For video conferencing technology, power down the device, then spray Force of Nature onto a clean cloth or paper towel and wipe.
For sparkling, streak-free results, spray then wipe with a clean cloth or paper towel until the glass is 100% dry.
High Touch Surfaces
Thoroughly spray door and drawer handles, light switches, railings and elevator buttons.