A Completely Different Natural Cleaner & Deodorizer
Force of Nature contains zero dyes, fragrances, preservatives, allergens, skin or respiratory irritants.
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.
"Natural" Cleaners that Are No Safer Than Clorox
The Environmental Working Group (EWG) rates products from top eco-friendly brands to be just as unsafe as Clorox and Mr. Clean. Safety ratings are A through F with A being the safest. See the Force of Nature Safety Data Sheet here.
We attempted to get Force of Nature evaluated by EWG, but EWG stated that their “scoring system is not equipped to fully capture ingredients that would be generated as a result of electrolytic processes within the device. They currently do not have devices rated in the cleaning category”. Source: ewg.org May 11, 2017
A Family-Friendly Alternative With No Harmful Chemicals
Made with just salt, water & vinegar, Force of Nature is free from the harmful chemicals contained in many “natural” products.
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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:
Formula 409 & Clorox Clean-Up
Save up to 80% on every ounce when you switch to Force of Nature
- Cost per ounce only 7¢
- Force of Nature can save more than $70 in the first year vs top natural brands, even after buying the Starter Kit
Savings assume 12 ounces used per week
How Force of Nature Stacks Up Against Vinegar
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