Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) is gaining popularity for business disinfecting as a gentle and safe option that doesn’t pack the toxic downside of so many conventional disinfectants. Here’s what you need to know about hypochlorous acid and how to harness its bacteria and virus-killing power for your business.
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 (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.
Wondering about hypochlorous acid uses? Learn how this powerful natural disinfectant works and the broad range of products it’s used in.
Hi! While Force of Nature is an EPA-registered disinfectant federally, the registration process in your state is not yet complete. Until this is complete, we can’t claim that it is a disinfectant in your state. Click here to proceed with your purchase.
Hi! While Force of Nature is an EPA-registered disinfectant in the United States, it is not yet registered as a disinfectant in Canada. Until this is complete we can not claim that it is a disinfectant in Canada. Click here to proceed with your purchase.