Force Of Nature Cleaner Review: All Purpose Cleaner
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I’m constantly cleaning something in our home. Kids toys, floors, counters, tables, the list could go on. Before I learned about Force of Nature Cleaner, I was using a container of bleach wipes a week.
The costs of bleach wipes and cleaning in products in general were adding up. I started to become concerned with my then only infant putting things in his mouth that had those chemicals on them.
Not to mention, he was crawling around on floors that were also cleaned with those same wipes.
I needed to find something that was safe yet effective.
We stopped at a friend’s house for a quick visit, where I noticed a very simple but odd appliance on her counter. She gave me the dirty (pun intended) on it- it was Force of Nature.
The little appliance basically uses electrical current to convert tap water and a few other ingredients like vinegar into an all-purpose cleaner.
I was sold. As soon as we returned back home, I placed my order. It’s been more than 4 years and I haven’t looked back.
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What Is Force Of Nature
I already loved cleaning with vinegar, where I could. But I knew it didn’t disinfect and kill germs, which were two HUGE missing pieces. Force of Nature was the missing piece, it brought my desire and passion for green cleaning together with the need to disinfect and kill germs.
Force of Nature multi-purpose cleaner checks all my boxes:
- Kid friendly
- Pet friendly
- Non toxic
- Free of dyes, fragrances, and preservatives
- EPA registered disinfectant. Kills 99.9% of bacteria and viruses (Staph, MRSA, Norovirus, Salmonella, Listeria, Influenza A, sars-cov-2, etc)
- EPA approved for use against Covid-19!
When You Get Started
When you purchase a Force of Nature Starter kit bundle you will receive an Electrolyzer (this makes the magic happen), Power Cord, Spray Bottle, Activator Capsules, a Quick Start Guide, and User Manual.
As parents of 3 little kids, Force of Nature is our go-to all purpose cleaner. It's nontoxic but is EPA approved for use against Covid-19.
We love vinegar, but we use Force of Nature every day.
So How Does It Work?
Fill your electroyzer bottle to the fill line and plug it in. Open one of the Activator Capsules and squeeze it into the water. What’s inside the capsule- vinegar and salt. No toxic chemicals.
Pushing the start button makes the magic happen. The electrolyzer changes the chemical make of of the salt and vinegar when added to the water to make Hypochlorous Acid.
So how does that happen? The salt, vinegar and water all have their own tiny molecules. When you push the start button, an electical current breaks apart the molecules.
You will see bubbles in your device. These are the elements getting ready to form new “teams.”
The vinegar’s job is to help lower the acidity of the solution. The elements now bond together to form a new team. Sodium Hydroxide cleans all your messes, regardless of the size.
Hypochlorous acid kills infection, germs and odors. It’s actually used for wound treatment in hospitals.
What Does Force Of Nature Smell Like?
We love vinegar. We have so many posts on ChaChingQueen about cleaning with vinegar (oven, microwave, toilet, washing machine, keurig, and on and on). But vinegar stinks. Force of Nature is actually our daily all in one cleaner.
Why, because it doesn’t stink. It has that clean nature smell, like after a thunderstorm. Kind of like a faint swimming pool scent, but nowhere near as bleach-smelling. In other words, Force of Nature smells like clean.
So Why Can’t I Buy Force Of Nature In Stores?
Once the chemical reaction takes place in the electrolyzer, you only have 2 weeks to use the product before it becomes less effective.
An indicator light on the base reminds you how much time you have left before your cleaner expires.
I’ve never had any issues with not using an entire bottle (12 oz) of the solution within 14 days. You are going to want to clean your entire house with this, I promise.
If you don’t want to keep the base plugged in and out on your counters, you can also write the expiration date on the bottles with a nonpermanent marker.
What Can You Clean With Force Of Nature?
EVERYTHING!!! Okay, maybe not every little thing, but almost. It really is a versatile cleaning solution.
Glass and stainless steel- make sure you wipe the surface completely dry to avoid streaks.
Showers, sinks, toilets. You’re going to want to purchase extra spray bottles so you can keep a bottle in every bathroom. Doing a quick wipe down a couple times a week, especially in the shower makes deep cleans a bit easier.
If you have serious soap scum, grease, or grime, you may need to use a mild abrasive (baking soda,) with a scrub brush the first couple times you use Force of Nature to help break up the layers.
I use Force of Nature on virtually any surface of my house, including counters and floors. I am a firm believer that a wet rag on your hands and knees results in the cleanest floors possible.
If you have stone counters, as long as they’re sealed, Force of Nature is also safe to use to clean them. Marble and granite counter tops are fine too. Actually Force of Nature can be used to clean just about any surface.
If you have little kids who put everything in their mouth, you can sleep easy knowing Force of Nature is safe and won’t harm them. Researchers estimate that 5% of childhood cancer and 30% of childhood asthma are related to chemical exposures.
Force of Nature will also remove odors from all sports equipment, kid’s toys, and even stinky shoes.
If you’re currently using any store bought cleaning products and disinfectants, you can easily replace those with Force of Nature for a toxic free cleaner, that is tough on messes.
How Can You Buy?
Get Started here. We recommend starting with the Extra Value Bundle to make sure you have enough Activator Capsules on hand for a couple months.
If you type in Coupon Code: CHACHING at check out, you will save an additional 40% AND get free shipping.
Grab an extra spray bottle or 3- you will want to have Force of Nature on hand all over the house.
Let Us Know What You Think
Once you make your purchase and give it a try, we want to hear how much you love it. We would love if you would tag us (@chachingqueen) on any social media posts you might make.
Trust us, you’re going to want to share this product with all of your friends, and social media is the easiest avenue to do that.
Disclaimer: As brand ambassadors we may receive compensation if you purchase through our links or code. We actually use Force of Nature daily and have for years before writing this post. It’s a product we believe in.
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Erin is the mother of identical twin girls and their slightly older brother. She is a domestic engineer, and previously had a career leading customer service teams for a major HVAC company. Cleaning without harsh chemicals, and cooking easy and usually healthy meals are part of Erin's daily life. She volunteers with youth leaders, and genuinely wants to help others win. Erin has a degree in Communications, with a focus on Broadcast Journalism.