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Does Force of Nature Cleaner really work?

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Does Force of Nature Cleaner really work?


When we created our Force of Nature Cleaner & Disinfectant, we set out to completely reinvent cleaning. No more compromises or tradeoffs. We’re proud of all the certifications awarded to our best in class, toxin-free, planet-friendly cleaner & disinfectant. We know it can be very time-consuming and overwhelming to research all these organizations for yourself, so we’ve got a round up of each of our certifications and most importantly, what each means for our customers. So if you’ve been wondering “does Force of Nature cleaner really work?”, we’ve got you covered.

Force of Nature Cleaner & Disinfectant Certifications: TL;DR​


Just want the round up? Here’s the list.

  • National Eczema Foundation Seal of Acceptance
  • Green Seal
  • Clean Label Project’s Purity Award
  • Leaping Bunny
  • Carbon Neutral
  • Mayo Clinic SkinSafe
  • EPA-Registered

The National Eczema Foundation Seal of Acceptance​


Our Force of Nature Cleaner & Disinfectant has been awarded the National Eczema Foundation Seal of Acceptance. This prestigious seal reflects our commitment to providing toxin-free and effective products for individuals with eczema and sensitive skin.

The National Eczema Foundation Seal of Recognition is only granted to products that have undergone rigorous testing and meet strict criteria for safety and efficacy. It provides assurance to consumers that our products have been thoroughly evaluated and deemed suitable for use by individuals with eczema or sensitive skin conditions.

At Force of Nature, we understand the challenges faced by individuals with eczema and sensitive skin. That’s why we’ve formulated our products without harsh chemicals, fragrances, or any other irritants. We’re honored to be the first cleaner to receive this designation from the National Eczema Foundation.

Green Seal Certified​


Our Green Seal certification is not just a badge but a testament to our dedication to sustainability and environmental responsibility. It signifies that Force of Nature Cleaner & Disinfectant meets stringent criteria that align with Green Seal’s mission to promote a healthier, greener world.

Our Green Seal certification means that we meet the highest standards in protecting human health, minimizing waste, preserving the climate, and ensuring clean water. This certification process involves thorough assessment and verification, ensuring that our product not only performs effectively but also upholds high standards of environmental stewardship.

Clean Label Project’s Purity Award​


The Clean Label Project Purity Award is a testament to our commitment to transparency and consumer safety. This national non-profit organization is dedicated to uncovering hidden truths in consumer product labeling, particularly concerning substances like heavy metals, pesticide residues, and plasticizers that can have adverse health effects.

Receiving the Purity Award signifies that Force of Nature has undergone rigorous testing and evaluation, surpassing industry standards for transparency and purity. This recognition provides consumers with the assurance that they are choosing a product that prioritizes their health and well-being, free from harmful toxins and contaminants. It also underscores our dedication to continuous improvement and innovation in creating products that meet the highest standards of purity.

Leaping Bunny Certified​


The Leaping Bunny Program, administered by the Coalition for Consumer Information on Cosmetics (CCIC) since 1996, is highly regarded for certifying cruelty-free products. This program represents a collaborative effort among eight national animal protection groups united by a shared commitment.

The Leaping Bunny certification is internationally recognized as a symbol of cruelty-free practices, assuring consumers that no animal testing was conducted during product development. This certification underscores our dedication to ethical and humane practices in product development and demonstrates our transparency, accountability, and commitment to cruelty-free practices.

Carbon Neutral Certified​


Our system eliminates single-use plastic bottles, and through our carbon offset projects with ClimatePartner, a prominent international climate action solution provider, we’re certified carbon neutral. This covers every aspect of our operations, from sourcing and production to distribution and packaging.

Force of Nature is the first disinfectant to achieve Carbon Neutral certification. Compared to traditional bottled cleaners, our product not only helps reduce plastic waste by 97% but also has 10 times fewer emissions.

Mayo Clinic SkinSafe Highest Rating​


Force of Nature Cleaner earns the 100% top allergen-free rating by Mayo Clinic’s SkinSafe product safety rating system. That means that our formula contains no surfactants, preservatives, dyes, fragrances or other ingredients that can trigger or exacerbate skin allergies.

EPA Registered​


The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) plays a crucial role in safeguarding public health by regulating the efficacy of disinfectant products. EPA registration, which is required for any surface cleaner that claims to kill germs, ensures that disinfectants kill 99.9% of the germs that they say they do on their labels. To receive federal EPA registration, the product is tested using extremely rigorous EPA required testing protocols across multiple batches of product. Suppliers, purity, concentration & processing of all individual ingredients must be approved, with strict statistical limits on all. The product also goes through rigorous safety reviews.

The EPA registers 3 types of disinfectants based on their germ-killing efficacy: Limited, Broad-Spectrum, and Hospital-Grade. Limited disinfectants are effective against only a specific major group of microorganisms (such as gram-positive or gram-negative bacteria). Broad-spectrum disinfectants are effective against both gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria. Hospital disinfectants are broad-spectrum disinfectants that are also effective against the nosocomial bacterial pathogen Pseudomonas aeruginosa.

Force of Nature is an EPA registered hospital-grade disinfectant that kills 99.9% of germs, viruses, and bacteria. It’s on the EPA’s List N (the disinfectants approved for use against COVID-19) and List Q, (approved for use against Tier 1 Emerging Viral Pathogens). So, does Force of Nature cleaner really work? Absolutely—it meets the stringent standards set by the EPA for hospital-grade disinfectants, ensuring effective germ elimination and protection against viruses and bacteria.

Learn More About Force of Nature Cleaner & Disinfectant​


At Force of Nature, our mission is to end the compromise between cleaning and health, for people and our planet. Our appliances come in 2 sizes, Force of Nature, which makes 12 ounces at a time, and Force of Nature Pro, our system for large and high traffic spaces which makes 32 or 64 oz at a time. Both make our powerful yet gentle all-in-one formula that costs up to 80% less per ounce than the top brands. Plus, you can rest assured that Force of Nature cleaner really does work. We designed it to be budget-friendly and accessible to everyone who wants to reduce plastic waste and the health risks associated with typical cleaning products.


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