A Natural Cleaner (that is ACTUALLY natural)
A natural cleaner that is actually natural?? My family is very health conscious so I am pretty familiar with the whole world of "natural" and "organic" products. In my experience it is pretty difficult to find a product that is ACTUALLY natural. There are plenty that claim to be free of harmful ingredients, but typically once you dive a bit deeper into the ingredient list you find something toxic. When I find any product that claims to be natural and ACTUALLY is, I love to share it!
Force of Nature not only works, the ingredients are 100% natural. Really. Force of Nature is made of water, salt and vinegar in the perfect proportions. The instruction manual says it is safe enough to spray and disinfect a baby's pacifier! I LOVE that! Force of Nature also does a great job of eliminating odors. Here, you can find why the Force of Nature cleaner is more powerful than vinegar and water alone.
I received the Force of Nature Starter Kit in the mail and had some fun with the kids whipping up a batch of the cleaner. It is SUPER simple and a fun learning experience. Within the starter kit is everything you need to make 5 batches of cleaning solution. Each batch makes 12oz of spray.
You will receive a paper with easy-to-follow visual instructions. On the backside of this paper is a layout of "Fun For Kids" information. It is a scientific explanation of how Force of Nature works and its simple enough for your kids to understand! This page offers an experiment for you to try with your children. Your kids will be able to see firsthand how natural ingredients and science can combine forces to eliminate germs and odors.
A few other things that you may want to know about the product:
- The spray nozzle has a continuous stream. You pump it a few times consecutively and then spray mist. It works very well.
- The electric base keeps track of how many days you have left to use your fresh batch of Force of Nature solution. The solution doesn't expire, it merely loses its potency for optimum germ killing. So you can still use it for cleaning, but not disinfecting. (NOTE: If you unplug the base, you will lose your countdown.)
- The scent actually smells "clean and natural".
- It leaves NO film or residue.
- Force of Nature offers free shipping on starter kits ordered within the continental US.
- Their return policy as stated on their website under the FAQ section states "If you are not completely satisfied with your Force of Nature Starter Kit, you can return it to us within 30 days for a full product refund."
- Force of Nature is an EPA registered disinfectant that kills 99.9% of germs, including Salmonella, Norovirus, Listeria, STAPH, MRSA, Pseudomonas & Influenza A. To be approved, you have to test your product using EPA approved testing protocols in EPA approved labs. Our EPA registration number is 93040-1.
- There are ZERO toxic chemicals, allergens, irritants or fumes so it’s totally safe around babies, kids and pets.
- It cleans up sticky messes, grease, grime on any surface and so safe you don’t have to rinse it off (examples: highchair tray, bathtub, pacifier, baby toys, kitchen counters, cutting board, glass, carpet stains)
- Force of Nature states that when comparing the cost per ounce, FON costs 7 cents per ounce where other top natural cleaning brands cost 30 cents per ounce.
Lastly, to help with that initial cost, Force of Nature is offering The Better Mom readers a coupon for 40% off! Just CLICK HERE.
Thank your to Force of Nature for creating such a unique and revolutionary product.
Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post. All the opinions are my own.
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*****A note from the company about different surfaces: Surfaces you can't use it on: On soft metals like brass and copper, wipe dry or rinse with water because the cleaner shouldn't sit on soft metals over time. We haven't tested it on cork or UN-sealed stone. We have tested it on sealed stone. And on rugs & fabrics, always test in an inconspicuous spot & let dry before proceeding to confirm the dyes are truly colorfast because there is huge variation in the dyes, fibers & colorfastness processes used. We have tested it on sealed granite, marble, quartz, wood, laminate, stainless steel, porcelain, plastic, cork, concrete, acrylic, fiber glass & rubber. We have a lot of customers using it in their cars (myself included), but because we haven't tested it on every possible type, we recommend the spot test. We have tested it on the leather used on athletic gear (ie gloves, skates, cleats, pads) but again there is so much variation we always want people to start with that spot test to be completely sure.
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