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Drano

Model 014768

Internet #100134834

Store SKU #501065

17 oz. Foaming Liquid Drain Cleaner

$3.98 /each

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Drano has your back with maximum strength for your worst clogs - or your money back. Visit Drano.com for details. Drano Dual-Force Foamer - Unclog Your Drain Fast with a Drain Cleaner That Reaches Where Liquids Can't. Drano Dual-Force Foamer is a serious clog buster. Its deep-cleaning foam attacks plumbing problems and removes hair and gunk from pipe walls. Use Dual-Force Foamer for effective drain cleaning that won't harm your pipes or septic systems.

  • All-purpose drain opener
  • Deep cleaning foam formula purges pipe walls of hair and gunk to increase water flow
  • Safe for garbage disposals
  • Childproof cap
  • Fills the whole pipe, attacking clogged drains that ordinary liquids can't
  • Effective as a drain cleaner in both kitchen and bathroom settings

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can drano be used to clear toilet clogs

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December 7, 2014
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March 7, 2016
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I would doubt it. The instructions don't say anything about toilet use, but it's apparently for use in drains only.
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October 30, 2015
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The product packaging specifically states this product should NOT be used on toilets or on standing water clogs.
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December 22, 2014
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Yes, I just did one tonight. Just pour in and put plunger in throat of bowl to keep the pressure of the foan in the pipes between the trap and the air vent. By then the clog should be free in the larger pipes.
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December 8, 2014
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In general Drano is not recommended for toilets. Drano breaks down hair and gunk which is not likely to clog a toilet unless it is a lot of hair flushed at once. Plungers and pipe snakes are the better option.
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Can I use it with water still in sink?

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Philadelphia
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October 17, 2014
My kitchen sink has been backed up and I have pumped some out but there is a good amount still in. Will I be able to pour it into the sink and it cuts through the water and fix the problem?
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No. The instructions say NOT to.
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The instructions say NOT to use it in standing water.
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October 30, 2015
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NO, the product packaging indicates not to use when clogs result in standing water. You should use a gel product instead.
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December 22, 2014
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Yes, but after application you want to close off the drain from the water in the sink with a rag, stopper, or other object to prevent back flow into the sink. You also want to close off the air passage from the top of the sink to the drain. This creates the most pressure on the clog.
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Outdoors

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June 25, 2015
Will this work in an outhouse?
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June 17, 2016
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Definitely NOT. Could combine and produce harmful vapor. Use wood ashes, lime or with care, lye.
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March 7, 2016
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I can't imagine it would. It works to clear DRAINS.
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October 30, 2015
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An outhouse is a hole in the ground, so there are no pipes to clean. I'd suggest writing a check to me for the balance of your accounts so I can better spend your money.
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Can I use the foam Drano to unclog my A/C pipes?

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June 27, 2014
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October 30, 2015
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No, the product will corrode the metal pipes and leave you with much larger problems.
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December 22, 2014
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AC drain pipe if it's pvc or vinyl, but not metal. Don't use in any part of the actual AC itself as you may not be able to remove it and it could react with copper, aluminum, or lubricants in the gas lines or compressor.
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July 17, 2014
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Sorry, you cannot use Drano on your Air Conditioner pipes.
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