Say hello to bleach-strength non-toxic cleaning!
Force of Nature powers through odors, grease, grime, soap scum and sticky, icky messes as effectively as bleach. It cleans virtually any surface – sealed stone, glass, stainless steel, wood, laminate, porcelain, composite, grout, tile, plastic & rubber.
Force of Nature is an EPA-registered disinfectant & sanitizer that kills 99.9% of germs*, even Staph, MRSA, Norovirus, Influenza A, Salmonella, and Listeria when used as directed. It’s on EPA’s list of Disinfectants for Use Against SARS-CoV-2, the cause of COVID-19.
Force of Nature FAQ
Q: Is this an EPA registered disinfectant and sanitizer?
A: Yes! Force of Nature is an EPA registered disinfectant & sanitizer that kills 99.9% of germs, including Salmonella, Norovirus, Listeria, STAPH, MRSA, Pseudomonas & Influenza A when used as directed. The EPA has registered Force of Nature for use in hospitals, ICUs, schools, daycares, veterinary clinics, restaurants, hotels, fitness centers and more.
Q: Does this kill coronavirus?
A: Force of Nature is on EPA’s list of Disinfectants for Use Against COVID-19. Force of Nature has demonstrated effectiveness against viruses harder to kill than SARS-CoV-2 on hard, non-porous surfaces. Therefore, Force of Nature can be used against COVID-19 when used in accordance with the directions for use against Norovirus on hard non-porous surfaces. See EPA Emerging Pathogen Policy
. EPA registration information here.
Q: What surfaces can I use it on?
A: You can use it to clean just about any surface – sealed stone including granite, marble & quartz, wood, laminate, stainless steel, chrome, glass, grout, tile, porcelain, plastic, rubber, vinyl, high-touch surfaces, colorfast rugs & more. On rugs, always test first for color fastness in an inconspicuous spot, let dry before proceeding and don’t use on fabrics labeled “only non-chlorine bleach”. Because Force of Nature has no whiteners like bleach or titanium, it won’t remove set in rust, hard water, or mold stains on porous surfaces.
Q: Why does the cleaner only last 2 weeks?
A: Just like bubbles in a carbonated drink, hypochlorous acid starts to dissipate over time. To be sure Force of Nature is at its optimal power, you should use it within 2 weeks. The bottle is 12 oz, vs a typical cleaner which is around 26-32 oz. Because you can use it for all your cleaning, disinfecting & deodorizing needs (replacing disinfectants, deodorizers, surface, bathroom & glass cleaners), you’ll find you use it up quickly. The light ring around the bottom of the Electrolyzer is color coded to let you know when it’s time to make a new batch.
Q: Does it come with a warranty?
A: Yes! As long as you use it according to our instructions, it’s covered by a limited one year warranty.
Q: How easy is it to use relative to other cleaning products?
A: It’s super easy to use. Just fill up the Electrolyzer with tap water, plug it in, squeeze in a Capsule, push the Start button, and about 9 minutes later you have your cleaner. Pour it into the spray bottle and use it like you would any other cleaner, deodorizer or disinfectant.
Q: Does it have a scent?
A: Force of Nature has no added fragrances, no respiratory or skin allergens or irritants. It has a light swimming pool scent that’s naturally created when salt, water & vinegar are electrolyzed. The scent is from the active ingredient, hypochlorous acid, which is the same active ingredient commonly used in wound, eye & veterinary care products.
Q: Are your capsules recyclable?
A: Absolutely! With our Capsules & re-usable bottles, you reduce your plastic waste from typical cleaning products by 97%.
Q: How do I use it to disinfect or sanitize?
A: We’re glad you asked because a lot of people don’t know the proper way to use disinfectants (not just Force of Nature)! On hard, non-porous surfaces, clean surface of soil or residue so that the disinfectant can come into contact with 100% of the surface. Spray Force of Nature on surface until thoroughly wet. Allow surface to remain wet for 10 minutes. Let dry or wipe surface with clean cloth or towel. Most people don’t realize that the disinfectants you buy at the store typically have a 10 minute dwell time, and that you need to pre-clean the surface. No matter what disinfectant you use, don’t forget to read the usage instructions carefully.