We’re here to change all that.Force of Nature is a hospital-grade, EPA-registered disinfectant that kills 99.9% of germs including Staph, MRSA, Norovirus, Influenza A, Salmonella, and Listeria when used as directed. It’s EPA-registered for use in hospitals, daycares, schools, and more. We’re proud to be on the EPA’s List N, the disinfectants approved for use against SARS-CoV-2, the cause of COVID-19. Force of Nature is free from skin and respiratory irritants and is so gentle it requires no rinsing! You can feel good about your employees using Force of Nature to clean and disinfect surfaces in your facility that they and your clients have direct contact with.
Our Top Tips For Replacing All Your Cleaning Products with Force of NatureHere’s how you can use Force of Nature to replace virtually every other cleaning and disinfecting product you use in your business while effectively protecting your employees and clients from sickness-causing germs, viruses, and bacteria.
Kitchen/Dining All-Purpose CleanerFood prep and dining areas need to be cleaned and disinfected frequently to avoid cross-contamination and the spread of sickness-causing germs and bacteria. Luckily you can swap out your kitchen and dining area cleaners for Force of Nature, including your multipurpose cleaner, sink cleaner, tile, and countertop sprays – even your fruit and veggie rinse! Force of Nature doesn’t leave behind any harmful film or residue and you don’t need to rinse after use, so it’s a great choice for food prep and eating surfaces.
Bathroom All-Purpose CleanerWhen it comes to cleaning and disinfecting your business, bathrooms are always a priority location due to being a hotspot for germs, viruses, and bacteria. Force of Nature can be used to clean, sanitize, and disinfect all your bathroom surfaces including toilets, showers, sinks, paper towels, and soap dispensers, handles, latches and door handles, and even tile, grout, and ceramic surfaces. For stubborn mildew and other grout stains, leave Force of Nature on for a few minutes before scrubbing with a brush.
Glass and Mirror CleanerWhile many glass cleaners contain toxic chemicals like ammonia and alcohol, Force of Nature doesn’t – so you can use it without gloves, eye protection, or a mask. Spray then wipe until the surface is 100% dry with a soft cloth or paper towel.
Floor CleanerForce of Nature is an incredible floor cleaner and can be used on any sealed stones like granite, marble, and quartz as well as finished and unfinished hardwood, laminate, stainless steel, porcelain, plastic, cork, concrete, acrylic, fiberglass, and rubber. For quick cleanups and small spaces, Force of Nature can be used in the canister of a refillable spray mop.
Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning and Stain TreatmentFurniture and carpeting can get stained and it’s easy to reach for a product like Resolve, which contains some strong and toxic ingredients. Instead, Force of Nature can be used as a stain treatment and carpet cleaner – you can even use it in your carpet cleaning machine in place of a more toxic solution. On spills and stains, treat the problem as quickly as possible like you would with any other stain remover. Always first test in an inconspicuous spot to ensure the dyes used are truly colorfast and wait until the tested area is dry before proceeding. This is because there is a wide variety in the types of dyes, fibers, and processes for making fabrics and rugs colorfast. Blot the spill, spray Force of Nature, then wipe (repeat if necessary). It cleans as well as Resolve and won’t remove color like bleach does on colorfast rugs and upholstery.
Equipment and Surface Cleaner & DisinfectantForce of Nature can be used virtually anywhere for any job requiring cleaning, deodorizing or disinfecting, and won’t cause damage to your valuable equipment. Our 3-in-1 cleaner, deodorizer, and disinfectant can help you clean and disinfect wood, laminate, glass, stainless steel, plastic, rubber, vinyl, sealed stone, porcelain, high-touch surfaces, and more. For technology, like computers, keyboards, and tablets, power the device down first and wipe them with a cloth that has been sprayed with Force of Nature.
Metal & Natural StoneMany cleaning products can be harsh on surfaces and cause damage to natural stones. Force of Nature can replace your specialty marble and granite cleaners on stone and other natural surfaces and is safe to use on sealed stone. Unlike vinegar, Force of Nature is safe on sealed stone because of the chemical change that happens when the solution is electrolyzed.
DeodorizerForce of Nature is a powerful deodorizer because it kills the bacteria that causes the odor. You want to saturate the source of the odor, then let dry naturally. If the odor is on a rug or carpet, make sure to start with your test in an inconspicuous spot first to confirm the dyes are colorfast.
Reminder: The Top Ingredients To Avoid For Safer DisinfectingBecause companies don’t have to prove the chemicals they are using are safe before putting them into products, disinfectants and cleaning products can pose a serious risk to the health of your employees and clients. Here are some of the most caustic ingredients to avoid when selecting a product for your business.
- Sodium Hypochlorite (Bleach): is a serious chemical that is caustic to the soft tissues in our bodies, particularly our airways. It also loses efficacy over time, so it is not as shelf-stable as you may think.
- Quats (Quaternary Ammonium Compounds): Quats are a class of compounds that are commonly found in disinfectant products because of their effectiveness in killing microbes. Quats are associated with a broad range of health issues including skin and respiratory irritation and exacerbating allergy and asthma symptoms. It can be hard to find quats on a label, but ingredient names that end in “ammonium chloride,” or are labeled “antibacterial” or “antimicrobial,” most likely contain quats.
- Ammonium Hydroxide (Ammonia Water, Liquid Ammonia): used often in drain openers and oven cleaners, toilet cleaners, and other household cleaners, this chemical causes severe skin burns and eye damage, and respiratory irritation.
- Fragrance: “Fragrance” is a proprietary term that allows manufacturers to avoid disclosing ingredients. Fragrances, even natural ones, are linked to serious respiratory symptoms including allergies and asthma.
- Phthalates: Phthalates go hand in hand with fragrance as they help fragrance stick around longer. They’re also endocrine-disrupting chemicals that can cause serious health effects like endocrine disruption, birth defects and developmental delays, and negative impacts on the immune system.
- Triclosan: Triclosan is an antimicrobial agent that is correlated with scary health effects like endocrine disruption.
- Alcohol: Alcohol is drying to your skin and respiratory system and can cause skin and eye irritation, especially in babies and children. It’s also correlated to an increase in poisonings and eye injury in children under 12.