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Coronavirus Resources:Coronavirus Resources & Information

Force of Nature is proud to be an EPA-registered disinfectant that kills 99.9% of viruses and bacteria and be EPA approved for use against the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2.

Electrolyzed Water:Electrolyzed Water 101

Learn about how salt, water and vinegar can be converted into a multi-purpose cleaner and deodorizer as effective as bleach, yet without harmful chemicals.

Businesses:Hospital Grade Disinfectant for Salons

Force of Nature is a hospital grade disinfectant that’s also irritant free and gentle enough to use around your clients and staff throughout the day. We break down the top ways to use it in your salon.

Businesses:Safe Disinfecting: How To Keep Your Staff & Customers Safe

Concern about safely operating our businesses has caused us to “ramp up” the use of disinfectants, which means we are exposing ourselves, our teams and our clients to unprecedented levels of some pretty scary ingredients. Here are some of the top ingredients to avoid when safely disinfecting your workplace – and one magical ingredient that’s both a powerful disinfectant AND gentle enough to use without rinsing.

Ingredient Safety:How To Use Hypochlorous Acid As A Safer Alternative To Bleach

When you think disinfecting, do you immediately think bleach? Bleach (or sodium hypochlorite) is a serious chemical and needs to be used extremely carefully around kids, pets and those with respiratory conditions like asthma and allergies. Here’s what you need to know about using hypochlorous acid (HOCl) as a safer alternative to bleach – one that is still effective against bacteria and viruses.

Hypochlorous Acid:Is Hypochlorous Acid Safe For Your Skin?

Hypochlorous Acid (HOCl) is getting a lot of attention lately for its powerful disinfecting properties and its gentleness on surfaces. So, is it safe to use on skin? Short anwer: YES! In fact, it’s long been used in medical and veterinary care and is now being harnessed in new ways for dermatological purposes. Here’s what you need to know about hypochlorous acid and your skin.

Coronavirus Resources:COVID-19 Workplace Health & Safety Guide

Not long ago, cleaning at work was about basic hygiene and keeping things looking nice. Now it’s a critical component to our workplace experience that impacts our health and well-being. Here’s how to think about health and safety in your workplace during COVID-19.

Coronavirus Resources:Why Workplace Disinfecting is Critical and How to Do it Correctly

Words like “disinfecting” and “sanitizing” are everywhere right now when it comes to keeping our workplaces clean – but what exactly do they mean? In this post we break down the definitions of each as well as why disinfecting is a critical component to workplace operations right now.