Force of Nature miniaturizes the electrolyzed water technology from the industrial space. Salt, water and vinegar are converted to electrolyzed water when an electrical current changes the chemical composition of the solution into two new ingredients:
The same germ-killing substance your immune system makes
A detergent common in toothpaste, skin care and cleaners. It contains only .0000003%, yet cleans as well as the top cleaning brands.
The technology to make electrolyzed water has actually been around for years in the industrial space, where it’s used in green cleaners, wound, eye and even veterinary care products. But until now it required industrial-size equipment costing $10,000+. We scaled it down for your countertop and your wallet!
EPA registered disinfectant that kills 99.9% of germs: Staph, MRSA, Norovirus, Influenza A, Salmonella, and Listeria.
Salt, water and vinegar can kill germs like Staph? Yep! It’s the only EPA registered disinfectant you can make yourself at home.
To be EPA registered, Force of Nature was tested using EPA testing protocols, in EPA approved labs, across multiple microbes. It can be used as a disinfectant and sanitizer in hospitals, schools, veterinary clinics and restaurants.
You might be wondering why you need pre-measured Capsules. That’s because the chemistry is so sensitive that the EPA requires them.
Getting the pH precisely right ensures that the right concentration of hypochlorous acid (HOCl) is created. The wrong pH can result in bleach, a solution that doesn’t meet EPA-required anti-microbial standards, or a shorter shelf life.
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.