It’s safe and clean, got it. But is Force of Nature Cleaner effective?
Yes indeed! So when I came across FoN cleaner, I was specifically on the hunt for a disinfectant. Standard cleaners are fine for most jobs and I’d moved away from using anti-bacterial for absolutely everything (gotta keep our immune system jumpin’). But for bathrooms, door knobs during flu season, and kitchen counters after handling raw meat, etc. mama needs a disinfectant.
When it comes to disinfecting, FoN says:
Force of Nature Cleaner kills 99.9% of germs*, even 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.
Which means when COVID-19 hit the fan, I was extremely happy to have this on hand!!! Though remember, just like any other disinfectant, to sanitize a surface it needs to sit for 10 minutes after spraying before wiping down (not all companies have that tidbit on their labels though).
This hypochlorous acid cleaner does a great job on grease, grimy areas on doors, tile backsplashes and caulking.
But will Force of Nature Cleaner really replace all of my cleaners?
All of them, no. Many of them, absolutely. One of my favorite things about FoN Cleaner is that it’s safe to use on my granite countertops (vinegar on its own btw, is NOT). But I was so tickled to find it works fantastically as a glass and mirror cleaner, as many clean ‘glass cleaners’ were streaky as all get-out.
Here’s some of my favorite cleaning scenarios for Force of Nature Cleaner: