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  1. What is Sodium Lauryl Sulfate: Chemical Free Living

    Toxic Chemical Glossary: What is Sodium Lauryl Sulfate: Chemical Free Living What is sodium lauryl sulfate? Sodium lauryl sulfate is a denaturant and surfactant. It is the sodium salt of lauryl sulfate used as a cleaning agent that produces foam in a variety of household and personal care products . Sodium lauryl sulfate is used to increase cleaning power by...
  2. What is Methylchloroisothiazolinone (CMIT): Chemical Free Living

    Toxic Chemical Glossary: What is Methylchloroisothiazolinone (CMIT): Chemical Free Living What is methylchloroisothiazolinone? Methylchloroisothiazolinone (CMIT) 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 methylchloroisothiazolinone in? Methylchloroisothiazolinone is found in a multitude...
  3. Hypochlorous Acid Uses that Might Surprise you

    Hypochlorous Acid: Hypochlorous Acid Uses that Might Surprise You Shop Now Hypochlorous Acid Uses You Might Never Have Heard Of Hypochlorous acid– if you’re like most people, you’ve never heard of it, despite the fact that it’s in your body.  It’s there right now, fighting the good fight as part of your immune system, helping to fight infection. That’s because...
  4. Does Force of Nature Actually Work?

    Electrolyzed Water: Does Force of Nature Actually Work? Here’s how. We know what you might be thinking: an appliance that converts salt, water & vinegar into a multi-purpose cleaner and disinfectant that kills 99.9% of viruses and bacteria..Does Force of Nature actually work? It does, and we’ve got our good friend Chemistry to thank! Here’s how it works. Shop Now...
  5. The Science of Electrolyzed Water

    Electrolyzed Water Uses: The Science of Electrolyzed Water Electro-say what now? A lot of people haven’t heard of electrolyzed water, which makes sense because most people don’t have the space or budget for industrial-size tanks costing $10,000. Electrolyzed water is a pretty simple technology from the industrial space that uses electricity to change the chemical structure of salt, water &...
  6. What is Hypochlorous Acid?

    Hypochlorous Acid: Hypo-say what now? What is hypochlorous acid? Hypochlorous acid is nature’s oldest disinfectant, and it happens to be walking around in about 7.5 billion people right now. As in inside all humans, this very moment. Why? It’s the substance your white blood cells produce to fight off infections. It’s also the active ingredient in electrolyzed water, which is...
  7. Does Force of Nature Kill Viruses? Learn how here.

    Electrolyzed Water: Does Force of Nature kill viruses? We get this question a lot: Does Force of Nature Kill Viruses? You might have heard that Force of Nature uses electricity to convert tap water, salt & vinegar into a disinfectant and sanitizer that kills 99.9% of viruses and bacteria. If you’re like a lot of people, you really want to...
  8. Is Force of Nature Safe? Learn About The Ingredients Here.

    Is force of nature safe? Learn More about the Ingredients here. You might have heard that Force of Nature is a tiny appliance that uses electricity to convert tap water, plus a little Capsule of salt, water & vinegar, into a multi-purpose cleaner as effective as bleach. It’s a chemistry change that’s happening, and they ingredients are changing into new...
  9. Electrolyzed Water VS Bleach

    Electrolyzed Water: Electrolyzed Water vs. Bleach How Electrolyzed Water Is Made It’s a technology that’s been used for years in the industrial space to create a potent cleaner and disinfectant that’s free of the hazards of bleach.  For example, hospitals in the United States and Japan use electrolyzed water for its efficacy & gentleness.  And it’s commonly used in wound...
  10. Force of Nature Disinfecting & Sanitizing Efficacy

    Force of Nature Disinfecting & Sanitizing Efficacy Disinfecting & Sanitizing Efficacy: Force of Nature is a federal EPA registered disinfectant & sanitizer proven to kill 99.9% of germs*, including Norovirus, Salmonella, Influenza A, Staph, MRSA & Listeria. The federal EPA has certified Force of Nature for use in hospitals, intensive care units, veterinary hospitals, daycares, schools and more. The EPA...

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