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  1. What is Fragrance: Chemical Free Living

    Toxic Chemical Glossary: What is Fragrance: Chemical Free Living What is “fragrance”? Fragrances are added to virtually everything from cleaning products to perfume to toothpaste and even orange juice. But fragrance isn’t just one thing, but rather a long list of ingredients that manufacturers aren’t required to disclose to the public . Fragrances are used to enhance a consumer’s sensory...
  2. What is Sodium Hypochlorite: Chemical Free Living

    Toxic Chemical Glossary: What is Sodium Hypochlorite: Chemical Free Living What is sodium hypochlorite? Sodium hypochlorite is also known as bleach and is a member of the chlorine family.  It is one of the most dangerous types of chlorine. It is used because of its broad spectrum antimicrobial function in cleaning products . What products is sodium hypochlorite in? This chemical is...
  3. Electrolyzed Water 101

    Electrolyzed Water: Electrolyzed Water 101 The technology to make electrolyzed water has actually been around for years, but it has required expensive industrial-size equipment accessible to only large institutions and companies. The applications of electrolyzed water are broad given its efficacy, safety & low cost per ounce.  Research on hypochlorous acid, its active ingredient, has been extensive given its many...
  4. Force of Nature Cleaning & Deodorizing Efficacy

    Force of Nature's Cleaning & Deodorizing Efficacy Force of Nature's cleaning and deodorizing efficacy has been evaluated in an independent, 3rd party laboratory, TURI (Toxic Use Reduction Institute, the University of Massachusetts). Results: Laboratory Source: Turi Testing Reports, October 2016. Industry Standard Spectrometry Test Results.
  5. How to Choose Natural Cleaning Products Without Toxic Chemicals

    Non Toxic Cleaning: How to Choose Natural Cleaning Products Without Toxic Chemicals Cabinet safety locks are one of the first things the parent of a newly walking toddler reaches for.  Those and the ever-critical toilet safety locks!  As you know, there is good reason to keep that cabinet full of cleaning hazmats under the kitchen sink locked up. Cleaning products...
  6. Does Vinegar Kill Viruses? │Why Vinegar isn't effective at Killing Viruses

    Non Toxic Cleaning: Does Vinegar Kill Viruses? Why It’s Not Effective Simple, household vinegar has long been used as an alternative to toxic conventional cleaning products, but is it effective at killing viruses? Here are a few reasons why vinegar alone is not effective at killing viruses. Vinegar & Viruses: Why Vinegar Isn’t Effective At Killing Viruses. Does Force of...
  7. Tiny Appliance,Big-Time Cleaning: 24 Different Way to Use Force of Nature

    Simplify Your Life: Tiny Appliance, Big-Time Clean: 24 Different Ways to Use Force of Nature Shop Now Force of Nature is a multi-tasking powerhouse, if we do say so ourselves! Beyond your regular multi-purpose cleaning & deodorizing, here are some more uses to try: Baby gear like strollers, highchairs & carseats: Let’s be real, these items can spend more time being...
  8. Does Vinegar Disinfect?

    Natural Cleaning Solutions: Does Vinegar Disinfect? Vinegar is one of those wonder substances that seems to have endless uses. What else could rise to the challenge of doing everything from making delicious salad dressings & meringues, to cleaning dog ears and deterring ants? Impressive! A lot of people also love using it for household cleaning, because it’s so much safer...
  9. What is Methylisothiazolinone (MIT): Toxic Chemical Free Living

    Toxic Chemical Glossary: What is Methylisothiazolinone (MIT): Toxic Chemical Free Living What is methylisothiazolinone? Methylisothiazolinone (MIT) is a preservative that is found in a wide array of liquid cosmetics, personal care products and cleaning products on the market today. Its function is to inhibit the growth of bacteria. What products is methylisothiazolinone in? Methylisothiazolinone is found in a multitude of...
  10. What is Sodium Laureth Sulfate: Chemical Free Living

    Toxic Chemical Glossary: What is Sodium Laureth Sulfate: Chemical Free Living What is sodium laureth sulfate? Sodium laureth sulfate is a surfactant derived from ethoxylated lauryl alcohol. It is a cleansing and emulsifying agent that is sometimes contaminated with toxic impurities like 1,4-dioxane . What products is sodium laureth sulfate in? Sodium laureth sulfate is in cleaning products and personal...

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