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Meet the little appliance that converts salt, water and vinegar into a multi-purpose cleaner and disinfectant. Clean, deodorize & sanitize anywhere children touch, eat, play, sleep and crawl with no toxic chemicals.
Force of Nature is an EPA registered disinfectant that kills 99.9% of germs, even Staph, MRSA, Norovirus, Influenza A, Salmonella & Listeria. It’s on the EPA’s List N, the disinfectants approved for use against Covid-19.
The natural cleaner as effective as bleach
Even though it’s free of harmful chemicals, it’s as effective as these products:
Pricing may vary. Savings assume 24oz. used per day.
We know daycares & preschools can be mayhem, so we’ve designed Force of Nature to be easy-peasy to make. Just fill up the Electrolyzer with tap water, squeeze in an Activator Capsule of salt, water & vinegar, push the button, and off you go!
Love it or return it within 30 days. You’ll get a full refund minus the return shipping cost. Just reach us at 888-985-8099 from 9am-5pm EST daily or at email@example.com
“As a school principal, this product has become a lifeline. How awesome that my teachers can sanitize the classrooms during school hours without putting the children in harm’s way by using a bleach solution. I also use religiously at home – protecting my son and our new puppy from icky viruses! Force of Nature has been our only ‘go-to’ cleaning product since Day One!”
“As president of Cresthill Academy, a mother of a toddler, and an advocate of organic and holistic living, FON is THE solution to my search for a natural cleaning product that actually works! FON gives me the peace of mind knowing that I am able to clean and sanitize without exposing my daughter, and the children of Cresthill Academy to harsh chemicals!”
“As a school administrator, we’re always looking for ways to safely and effectively clean desks, countertops, the nurse’s clinic, sinks and lockers. With such good results, I recommend Force of Nature to others as an alternative to chemical based cleaning products that are commonly used within the school setting”