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

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Feb 6, 2010
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Vancouver
I use this 2x a year to do prevent blockage and slow draining tubs. The rest of the year I use the baking soda and vinegar concoction.
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Aug 1, 2008
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Oct 3, 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.
Totally agree. Bad for your pipes, bad for the sewer/septic, and bad for you when you get splashed with caustic chemicals after the Drano doesn't work and you have to manually unclog it anyway. Using Drano, and using under-sink garbage disposals that send solid waste down 1-1/2" pipes that were meant for water only, the two things that make me shake my head when it comes to plumbing issues.

Drain auger, $15. Buy one and put it in your garage/basement for when you need one. https://www.homedepot.ca/product/brassc ... 1000405182

Zip-it, or similar. $3.10. If you can't get people in your home to use a strainer on the tub, and/or for clearing the bathroom sink drain. https://www.homedepot.ca/product/hdx-2- ... 1000818036

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