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[Home Depot] Drano Max Gel 2.3L Clog Remover Drain Cleaner - Warm

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Mar 31, 2009
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Soviet Canuckistan
.fess wrote: deal dead?
Nope, just ordered a batch for free delivery out in the wild hinterlands. Saved me half a tank of gas driving into town to get them. And yes, they're still 2/3 the price of Walmart retail.
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Nov 24, 2015
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Liquid Plumr is still cheaper at Costco on sale on a per L basis.

Liquid Plumr 3.78 L
Regular Price 10.99
Discount 3
Price 7.99
Cost/L 2.1138
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Apr 24, 2009
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Calgary
Can't seem to order in Calgary.

Edit: nvm, was able to order for ISPU.
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May 10, 2013
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Thanks OP! Got one from Lowes with PM total around $4.xx.
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Mar 20, 2005
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Ottawa
.fess wrote: deal dead?
Looks like "ship to you" option is sold out but ISP is still available. Shows as $1 off reg price. Hotter deal with the free shipping, but without ... meh.
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Feb 20, 2008
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lleb13 wrote: This is bad for my ~1950 cast iron stack right?

This is bad for all drains and septic systems, especially if you want to kill your own backyard system.

Get a snake for clogs. Better yet, put strainers on your drains and stop pouring fat and hair down your drains.
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Mar 5, 2005
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tinmack wrote: This is bad for all drains and septic systems, especially if you want to kill your own backyard system.

Get a snake for clogs. Better yet, put strainers on your drains and stop pouring fat and hair down your drains.
+1 but this is not to bad for plumbers instead of coming to unclog you drain they have to change it so more money for them and less for you, but hey you just save $150 for unclogging and spend big $$$ for new drains
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Feb 20, 2008
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Plumbers love anything that makes work for them. Those flushable wipes that aren't flushable have probably bought a lot of sunny vacations for a lot of plumbers.

They aren't fans of lint filters on washing machines or adding drain field digesters either.......
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Feb 20, 2008
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James Stonehenge wrote: Will this get rid of sink stench?
Baking soda and vinegar. Or go get some Liquibac.

Let sit, then fill the sink and pull the plug. Repeat as necessary.

If the stink is still there, you better go deeper......
Newbie
Jan 23, 2017
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kiasu wrote: does this thing really work? will it melt the hair? and will it damage the pipe?
Doesn't work for hair - it may unclog other things, but definitely not working for hair. Then used the plunger with lots of sweat and took out a big snake of hair from previous owners - crazy thing.
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Sep 25, 2005
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Thanks OP! Ordered 3 bottles online and picked them up in store. Came with a reusable bag for free.
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Apr 26, 2013
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As a plumber I advise everyone to buy this and use it regularly and extensively, then PM me and I'll give you a good quote to repair and replace what's been damaged.
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Feb 22, 2013
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WMPCOT wrote: As a plumber I advise everyone to buy this and use it regularly and extensively, then PM me and I'll give you a good quote to repair and replace what's been damaged.
Please elaborate. As a lawyer I'm interested in starting a class action lawsuit against Drano. JK.

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