Force Of Nature Cleaner - Does It Really Get The Job Done?
By: Lisa Fennessy Force Of Nature is a new kind of dish detergent, similar to liquid soap but better for the environment. It can kill virus and bacteria, and is non-toxic and biodegradable. Force Of Nature Cleaner is formulated with naturally occurring ingredients. By: Lisa Fennessy
The product is made by Dr. Kenyon Davenport, an expert on food storage and personal care. Force Of Nature is made to be used as a cleaner, and is similar to conventional hand sanitizers. It can also be used for food storage and food preparation. Force Of Nature Cleaner has ingredients in it that help in the prevention of food poisoning, virus and bacteria, etc., and so on.
Force Of Nature uses vinegar as a base. It can be combined with a wide range of other ingredients to create various cleaning formulations. The product should be mixed with cold or hot water, depending on its intended use, then left to sit and neutralize for a few minutes. The product is left in a glass container with a hole in it, to allow air to circulate.
To begin the cleaning process, Force Of Nature will be added to a glass of clean water in the container. A brandy or rum bottle will be preferred for this purpose. After the water has been added, a new batch of vinegar will be added. Force Of Nature will sit in the bottle for one minute before being poured into the new batch of water. Force Of Nature should not be stored in plastic containers as it will degrade over time, and it is best left to be used immediately.
The first step in the cleaning system, as described, involves adding the cleansing ingredient, then placing a piece of foil over the top to keep the ingredients from mixing with each other. Next, a large sponge, covered in paper towel, is gently placed over the foil to prevent any damage. When the paper towel is removed, it should be replaced and the electrolyzer probe is placed over the surface of the cleaning solution.
When the force of nature cleaner is applied, it should be directed onto the sponge. A cloth should be used to gently pat it in circular movements. This is important to help ensure that the scrubbing agent is distributed well throughout the porous material, and to avoid any harsh chemicals interacting with each other. The solution should be left to sit for approximately five minutes, while it decays. By removing the harsh chemicals, the cleansing solution will have a better chance of ridding the area of germs and bacteria.
After the five minutes are up, it should be wiped off with a damp cloth. If the entire area has been treated, the entire area can be wiped down again with another damp cloth to remove any residual bleach or disinfectant. After the entire process is complete, it should be recommended that the user replace the sponge. Because the force of Nature Cleaner may contain abrasive chemicals, it may be necessary to use a scrub brush to remove any stubborn stains.
If the original application instructions were followed, then the sponges should be cleaned using one of the other two types of cleaning solutions available. A mild dish detergent is likely to be enough for most sponges. The stronger household cleaners are likely to cause the Force Of Nature Cleaner to smell like baking soda and cream, respectively. Both of these ingredients will help to mask any foul smells emanating from the cleaner, but they will also cause the sponges to taste bland. If baking soda or cream is used on the sponges, this can add to the negative stench issue associated with this product.