After using the Force of Nature Cleaner for over two years, I think it's safe to say I have given it a fair test! This cleaner checks so many boxes that there is no reason to not give it a try. Before diving into my review I wanted to share more with you about why it's important to use nontoxic cleaners, how the cleaner works, what is inside the product, the waste produced and cost effectiveness. Plus I will share my thoughts about the cleaner.
Why Use Nontoxic Cleaning Products
Most traditional household cleaning products contain harmful chemicals that can cause eye, skin and throat irritation. The products release Volatile organic compounds, or VOCs that causes air pollution and lung irritation. While cleaning your face is in close area of the cleaner allowing it enter your body within seconds of spraying. These chemicals become part of the air and everyone in the house will breath them in, not to mention our environment also. When the products are finished and thrown away, the chemicals that are left inside the bottle or that have leached into the plastic will seep into the ground contaminating the soil. This contamination will then get into our streams, rivers and oceans polluting so much along the way.
What is the Force of Nature Cleaner
The Force of Nature Cleaner is a multi surface cleaner that is just as effective as bleach. Can be used on virtually any surface – sealed stone, glass, stainless steel, wood, laminate, porcelain, tile, plastic, rubber & colorfast rugs. It kills odors at the source in sports gear, cat litter, trash cans & diaper pails. It’s also an EPA registered disinfectant. Killing 99.9% of germs including salmonella, Norovirus, MRSA, Staph, Influenza A, Listeria, Pseudomonas and Covid-19 It is also able to tackle grease, grime, sticky messes, odors & germs as effectively as bleach. Force of Nature cleaner uses no fragrances or dyes earning the highest possible rating by the Mayo Clinic’s SkinSAFE organization, can be used in schools and hospitals and is designated as 100% Top Allergen-Free.
How the Cleaner Works
Besides being super fun to watch while it is being created, this is a cleaner that you make at home with tap water and force of nature capsules. Salt, water and vinegar are converted to electrolyzed water by using electrical current. This current changes the chemical composition of the solution into two new ingredients:
The same germ-killing substance your immune system makes. So gentle it’s used in wound & eye care products.
A detergent common in toothpaste, skin care and cleaners. It contains only .0000003%, yet cleans as well as the top cleaning brands.
After about 5-10 mins you will have a cleaner that is just as effective as bleach, (check out the third party testing here) made with clean safe ingredients, disinfects and wont stain your clothes! Say goodbye to bleach stains forever.
How to Make
- Fill Force of Nature bottle with tap water to the fill line.
- Squeeze one Capsule into the bottle with the water.
- Plug in the Machine.
- Press button to begin.
- You will start to see a blue light and bubbles. Wait until it says end before removing and pouring into a spray bottle. The cleaner will be good for 14 days, personally we use the cleaner in about 9-10 days. Sometimes more depending on spillage and life:)
Force of Nature is Good for the Environment
The Force of Nature Cleaner reduces waste in the landfill by not adding cleaning bottles and more chemicals into the ground from leaching products. The capsules are the only waste produced and they are recyclable so all in all its a good thing. This cleaner is also created using clean safe ingredients so if the capsules end up in the landfills they are not contaminating the ground and are safe for the air quality as you are not spraying harsh chemicals into the air.
My Final Thoughts
Using for over two years I think we can all agree that I do love this product. I like the fact that you can make a cleaner in your home, using safe ingredients and it is actually effective at killing bacteria. During this crazy time disinfecting and staying clean is a little heighten, but can honestly say when the store shelves were out of stock on cleaners, I had mine at home. I have used it on everything from poop, puke to raw meat and everything in between. Weekly I will spray the cleaner on our mattresses and pillows while washing the sheets to keep bacteria at bay. I will also spray carpets, toys and wash the floors with the cleaner and water.
Although I am in love with this cleaner, there is a few things it just doesn't work on. By no fault of its own hard water build up, soap & shower scum and burnt on stove tops need extra effort. Besides those hard to tackle things Force of Nature is the cleaner of choice. Coming in at about $0.07 per oz whereas most clean nontoxic cleaners cost about $0.36 per oz. You will save money, never run out of cleaner and reduce waste all with this one product! You can try Force of Nature yourself today and enjoy 25% off + free shipping on Starter Kits & Value Bundles, use code MAKEITSAFE To check out the YouTube Video about the lab running a side by side comparison with bleach click here.