A Completely Different Natural Cleaner & Deodorizer

Force of Nature contains zero dyes, fragrances, preservatives or surfactants.

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A Truly Non-Toxic Cleaning

While natural cleaners can be somewhat safer than conventional cleaners, most contain toxic chemicals like dyes, fragrances, preservatives, skin & respiratory irritants and allergens. Why?

  • There are no federal regulations dictating standards for products labeled “natural”.
  • Manufacturers aren’t required to list all their ingredients on product labels.

Force of Nature starts with just salt, water & vinegar – ingredients you can actually pronounce. It’s even safe on skin, no gloves or rinsing needed.

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A Family-Friendly Alternative With No Harmful Chemicals

Force of Nature is hypoallergenic & free of the harmful chemicals contained in many “natural” cleaners.

See How Your Favorite Brand Compares to Force of Nature

Note: The vinegar in Force of Nature is not made from corn.

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A Natural Cleaner That Stands Up To The Test

There’s a good reason why electrolyzed water has been used in the industrial space for so long – because it stands up to tough cleaning jobs. Even though it’s 100% free of toxic chemicals, Force of Nature cleans as well as these brands:

On grease
Formula 409 & Clorox Clean-Up
On glass
On odors
On soap scum
Scrubbing Bubbles
On rugs

See our test results here

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Save up to 80% on every ounce when you switch to Force of Nature

  • Cost per ounce only
  • Force of Nature can save money in the first year even after buying the Starter Kit

Savings assume 12 ounces used per week

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How Force of Nature Stacks Up Against Vinegar



  • Can be used on all sealed surfaces
  • Requires no rinsing
  • Safe for plants

Use Around Children

    • If used as directed, no risk to skin or eyes


  • $.07 / ounce





  • Must not use on stone surfaces due to dulling risk
  • Requires rinsing to prevent corrosion over time on surfaces like window seals and grout
  • Can cause plants to grow more slowly or even kill them

Use Around Children

  • Can burn open wounds, the esophogus, stomach and damage eye tissue


  • Typically $.08 or more per ounce, mixed cost depends on recipe

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