I’ve been using Force of Nature cleaner for about two years now. And I love everything about it. It’s convenient, effective and less dangerous than other household cleaners, including bleach.
I even told a friend, who runs a daycare out of her home, about it. When she said, “No, I have to meet regulations for killing certain germs,” etc. I simply pulled up the website for her. She was shocked to see that every requirement was met. Force of Nature cleans and sanitizes, it even kills every germ, bacteria and virus on the State of Minnesota’s required list for daycare.
It has even been proven against strains of coronavirus and norovirus. We’re talking hospital grade sanitization here, people.
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What is Force of Nature?
How does Force of Nature work?
Force of Nature Pros
Force of Nature Cons
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An overview of Force of Nature Cleaner
Force of Nature is an all-purpose cleaner that will replace every other spray bottle in your home. It’s a natural, non-toxic cleaner that turns tap water, plus a capsule of salt, water, and vinegar into a cleaner, deodorizer, and disinfectant as effective as bleach. But much less poisonous. Much, much safer than bleach, with all the same cleaning power.
It’s truly the only cleaner you’ll ever need. It’s the only thing I use in my house!
What is Force of Nature?Force of Nature cleaner uses electrolyzed water to effectively kill 99.9% of germs including staph, MRSA, Norovirus, Influenza A, Salmonella, and Listeria. Enough to run a daycare, that’s for sure. And it does so starting from a base of salt, water, and vinegar. In addition to all the germ-killing, Force of Nature cuts grease lifts dirt and deodorizes fabrics.Each start kit comes with:
- Power Cord
- 12 oz Re-Usable Spray Bottle
- Quick Start Guide
- User Manual
- 5 Activator Capsules, enough to make 5 bottles of cleaner (you can choose more capsules with different package options)
Who is Force of Nature for?
Force of Nature is great for people with children or pets, who are more susceptible to the dangers of bleach and other chemical cleaners.
It’s also great for anyone who wants to be a little more environmentally friendly since the equipment is reusable and the capsules are recyclable. Add some reusable paper towels into the mix and you’re on your way to being a sustainable cleaning powerhouse.
Plus, it’s great for anyone who’s worried about things like coronavirus, especially those who are more susceptible to any virus or illness.
How does Force of Nature work?
Force of Nature has minimized a technology that has long been used in the industrial space: Electrolyzed Water. Until now, this technology was limited to large, industrial applications, but the team at Force of Nature has scaled it down to be used in our homes.
Basically, a composition of salt, water and vinegar (in a premixed capsule) is charged with an electrical current, which changes the chemical composition. The process results in two new ingredients, Hypochlorous Acid and Sodium Hydroxide.
The Hypochlorous Acid kills the germs. In fact, it’s the same germ killing substance found in your own immune system!
Sodium Hydroxide is a detergent commonly found in toothpaste, skin care and cleaners – it lifts dirt and sweeps it away.
Force of Nature is kid and pet friendly – the smaller creatures in our life tend to get their hands and paws into everything … and then immediately put them in their mouth. Better for it to be ingredients already found in their immune system and toothpaste, amiright?
My Force of Nature review.
I’ve been using it for two years now. It works great on all surfaces. From tile to glass and everything in between. And this stuff cuts through grease like I’ve never seen before.
The only issue I’ve had at all is that the sprayer wore out on my spray bottle. If this happens in the 1-year warranty period, they’ll replace it free, but I was well past that, so I had to buy a new one.
Force of Nature Pros
Convenient & Versatile
You can make it when you need it. Use on stovetops and ovens, windows and mirrors, rugs, bathtubs and even to kill odors in your trash can. A single bottle for all your cleaning needs.
And they offer a subscription plan so you don’t have to worry about running out of capsules.
This stuff kills 99.9% of germs including staph, MRSA, Norovirus, Influenza A, Salmonella, Listeria, and Coronaviruses. It also cuts grease with ease but is gentle enough to use on fabrics. And it doesn’t streak my windows.
Safe & Family Friendly
Bleach leaves a residue that can cause damage to sensitive tissues, like the lining of your mouth and airways, your esophagus and digestive tracts. This can lead to problems as simple as headaches and vomiting, to much, much worse.
Force of Nature has all the benefits of bleach but is way less harmless. Now, I’m not saying you should drink the stuff! But if your dog licks it off a paw, there’s no need to panic.
Ok, I know I already said it’s effective. But aside from grease-cutting super-powers, this stuff is straight-up science magic. With independent test results to back it up.
Ok, yes the startup cost is higher than your average bottle of Windex, Febreeze, Resolve, Bleach, Formula 409 or Scrubbing Bubbles … but hey, you’re replacing all of those products! Plus, the refill cost is quite reasonable and in the end, the costs are lower over time. If you’ve read my blog on going green while saving money, you know what I’m talking about.
Reuse the same bottles over and over. Plus the capsules are recyclable. Plus, Force of Nature bears the seal of both Green Seal and Women’s Voices for the Earth.
Certified by Cruelty-Free International. (The leading organization working to end animal experimentation worldwide.)