This stuff worked amazing! I had a super tough clog in my garbage disposal and in my right side sink from leftover potato out of corn chowder that my girl dumped in the garbage disposal I dumped one bottle down the normal drain and let it sit for a couple hours and then did another dose and washed it with hot water and it was absolutely gone save me a couple hundred dollar plumber bill I've also use this stuff to get tough hair clogs in the bathtub out and it works great highly recommended.
Drano Max Gel Clog Remover, 80 fl oz, 2 ct
In stock at San Leandro, 15555 Hesperian Blvd
About This Item
- Formulated thick to dissolve the tough clogs fast
- Cuts through standing water straight to the clog
- Safe on PVC, metal pipes, garbage disposals and septic systems
- Guaranteed to work or your money back
- Two 80 fluid ounce bottles
Open carefully. Do not squeeze bottle. Avoid splashing. Clean up spills at once. Keep hands, face, and children away from drains while using Drano Max Gel Clog Remover. Never use a plunger during or after use of Drano Max Gel Clog Remover because Drano Max Gel Clog Remover may still be present if drain did not clear. Do not use in toilets. For slow running toilets, use Drano Prevention. Do not reuse empty container. Rinse container and replace cap before discarding. Read product label for additional information and precautions.
Ingredients: Bleach, Water, Cleaning Agent, Caustic, Corrosion Inhibitor
Instructions: 1. Pour 1/5 bottle slowly into drain 2. Allow to work for 15 minutes, or leave longer for tougher clogs 3. Flush drain with hot water 4. Repeat steps if necessary
Fabric Care Instructions: n/a
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Safe for plastic, PVC, metal pipes, garbage disposals and septic systems
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8.75 x 5.75 x 10.63 Inches
works well in our tubs and sink
I would recommend this for slow tub and sink drainage. this got the tub draining back to normal with just about 1/4 of the bottle, let it sit for 30 minutes while I get some water heated on the stove then pour it right in the tub with the hot water running also for a few minutes.