We found a cleaner that is as effective as bleach. It is a non-toxic, safe disinfectant for babies, you, and the rest of the family. The product is free of dyes, preservatives, fragrances, and surfactants, and it is called the Force of Nature Cleaner.
Newsweek published an article that made us reevaluate the kind of chemicals we’re exposing our children and ourselves too. This study followed 6,000 people who used chemical cleaners every day for 20 years. And found that using chemical cleaners daily has long-term effects on the lungs, the same outcome as smoking a pack of cigarettes for 20 years.
Most household cleaners are made of hazardous chemicals that may cause substantial or temporary eye injury. They can be dangerous to both humans and animals. Therefore, we must be careful about which chemicals we use to clean our homes.
Why Use Force of Nature Cleaner?
The Force of Nature cleaner is an EPA-registered disinfectant and sanitizer that kills 99.9% of germs and bacteria, including Coronavirus, Staph, MRSA, Norovirus, Influenza A, Salmonella, and Listeria. Yet, it is safe enough to spray on your baby’s binky. And more importantly, it is approved for use in hospitals, schools, restaurants, fitness centers & more. And Force of Nature is the ONLY EPA-registered disinfectant & sanitizer you can make at home.
Force of Nature is a good replacement for multiple cleaners. You can use it on surfaces such as showers, toilets, countertops, mirrors, sinks, bathtubs, windows, doors, tile, porcelain, wood, plastic, vinyl, pet gear, baby gear, sports equipment, and more.
Force of Nature Cleaner Review
What’s in the box
At the time of the review, the starter kit costs around $50 which includes the force of nature appliance along with five capsules and a spray bottle. Each activator capsule makes enough multi-purpose cleaner and deodorizer to last 2 weeks. Click this link and use code TWOMOMS to get 40% off the starter kit and free shipping.
How Force of Nature Cleaner works
The Force of Nature turns ordinary water vinegar, and salt into two different chemicals. The patented appliance sends an electrical current. It breaks apart the elements and reforms two new chemicals: hypochlorous acid and sodium hydroxide.
Household bleach uses sodium hypochlorite as the active ingredient. Force of Nature uses Hypochlorous acid, which is a type of chlorine and is the same germ-killing substance your immune system makes. Sodium hydroxide is a chemical commonly used in everyday products.
You buy a starter kit with everything you need to create a fresh batch of cleaners. Like bleach, it has a shelf life and weakens over time, and so does this chemical. So you make it by adding the solution to water on the special base. It sends electricity through it and is green when ready to use. Then you have 2 weeks until it’s ready to make some more. That way, you’re not storing large jugs of it.
The best part is Force of Nature is a safe disinfectant for babies and pregnant moms too. There’s no need to wear a mask when using it. And, you don’t have to rinse it off, wear cleaning gloves, or worry about what you or your family is exposed to.
To fully disinfect, leave it on a surface for 5 minutes.
DIY cleaners aren’t going to kill germs like the Force of Nature. It might be fine for windows and mirrors, but it’s not as effective. That’s why we love it so much. I’ve been using it for about nine months now, and I will never go back to using harsh cleaning materials.
If you want to learn more kitchen cleaning tips on Clean Freak & Germaphobe’s YouTube channel, click this link.