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Instant Power

Model # 1801

Internet # 100126446

Store SKU # 160577

128 oz. Main Line Cleaner

$10.98 /each
  • Odorless and fumeless
  • Powerful formula dissolves hair, grease and more
  • Use entire gallon in one application

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Model # 1801

Internet # 100126446

Store SKU # 160577

Instant Power Main Line Cleaner clears clogged main sewer lines and lateral/vertical lines. Powerful, non-acid formula dissolves hair, grease, paper and other gunk in drains. Safe for all pipes (including PVC) and septic systems.

  • Clears clogged drains
  • Opens main sewer and lateral lines
  • Safe for all pipes and septic systems
  • 8 hour set time

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Product Depth (in.) 
Product Height (in.) 
12 
Product Width (in.) 
Details
Chemical Form 
Liquid 
Commercial / Residential 
Commercial / Residential 
Compatible Pipe Material 
PVC 
Maintenance, Repair & Supplies Product Type 
Drain Openers & Chemicals 
Number of treatments per container 
Prevention formula 
Yes 
Protects pipes from corrosion 
No 
Quantity (oz.) 
128 
Safe for garbage disposals 
No 
Set Time (Min.) 
480 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
100% Money-back satisfaction guarantee 

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Where exactly do I pour this? In the drain by the washer which backs up or the main drain that the Plumber snakes?

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April 27, 2016
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You can use Main Line Cleaner in either drain but it is best to pour it in the drain closest to the clog.
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You want to put it in the drain furtherest from the septic system to be sure it gets to the clog. It is so safe you can put it in any drain in the house. You'll want to do it just before bedtime and don't use any water or flush the toilet all night long. In the morning run hot water thru that same drain for a good while. I ran mine till the hot water became L
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You want to put it in the drain furtherest from the septic system to be sure it gets to the clog. It is so safe you can put it in any drain in the house. You'll want to do it just before bedtime and don't use any water or flush the toilet all night long. In the morning run hot water thru that same drain for a good while. I ran mine till the hot water became L
luke warm. I've used this product twice, it worked perfectly both times and I had a complete clog. It could take 2 gals so you may have to do it again.
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April 26, 2016
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This product is poured into the drain that is backed up.
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Only in the in drain, it is a great product for use in the main plumbing system only
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can I pour instant power main line cleaner down the washing machine drain?

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My washing machine backs up into the tub can I pour this directly into the washing machine drain?
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Yes, you can use it in the drain behind the washer, that's usually between your hot and cold faucets for the machine. I guess the people above think you want to pour it into the washer, but yes, you can pour it into the drain. remove the drain hose from the drain, and pour directly into the drain.
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No, use on main drains only, not for use in the washing machine, dishwasher or any other machine, it is only for use in drains
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You should only pour into a shower or sink drain, as it can damage many types of surfaces and should be used with as little water as possible.
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July 1, 2015
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No, you should not use Main Line Cleaner directly in your washing machine cleaner. We recommend pouring the entire gallon of Main Line Cleaner directly into the bathtub drain, let it stay in the drain overnight, and run hot water down the drain in the morning. If you have any other questions, we are happy to help: Please call the Instant Power Help Line at 1-800-613-4242. Thank you for the question!
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can I use this to pour down drain pipe leading to the outside

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August 27, 2015
i have a clog in a pipe leading to main pipe that go to the street
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Patsy, the product is safe to use, but try 3 cups first, followed by the boiling water, to see what happens before pouring the whole gallon in. If those 3 cups do the job, then leave it at that. Use the remaining on other clogs in the future.
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Yes, you can, that was my problem. My line was clogged leading to the street as well. Follow the directions carefully, it might take 2 gallons but it works very well. You can pour it in the tub drain, it flows to the main pipe from there (and to the clog) eats at it and clears it. Don't run any water after you pour it in, let it sit for 8 hrs (more if you can stand it), then turn on the hot water for Read More
Yes, you can, that was my problem. My line was clogged leading to the street as well. Follow the directions carefully, it might take 2 gallons but it works very well. You can pour it in the tub drain, it flows to the main pipe from there (and to the clog) eats at it and clears it. Don't run any water after you pour it in, let it sit for 8 hrs (more if you can stand it), then turn on the hot water for five mins. Like I said, you may have to repeat this procedure depending on the severity of the clog. Mine was bad and it only took 2 gallons. Read Less
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August 31, 2015
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Thank you for the question. Yes, you can use Main Line Cleaner for your main sewer line pipe. You may need more than one gallon depending on how far down the line you think the clog is. You can estimate, one gallon of Main Line Cleaner per 15 -20 feet. If you have any more questions, please don’t hesitate to call our Instant Power Help Line at 1-800-613-4242. Thank you!
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Can I pour this directly down a clean out which would be the closest to the clog? is this good for grease and sludge.

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April 23, 2016
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This can be used that way and is good for that use.
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April 23, 2016
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Yes, you can pour Main Line Cleaner directly down the clean out! And yes, Main Line Cleaner is great for grease and build up!
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 162 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Wow Try every product, and nothing works. Until I found main line cleaner. wow worked at the first time, pour boiling water and now am happy using the washing machine again. Great product. May 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Main Line Cleaner I spent two days under the house replacing all the waste lines except the main with PVC. When I finished I found that over the years, the old cast lateral line connecting the washer and sink to the main was completely stopped up with kitchen grease. I first tried another major brand drain opener and after eight hours, nothing. Bought this product from Home depot for less than twelve dollars and so thankful I did. Another eight hours and did five loads of laundry with no problems. Great stuff. Worth every penny. l sure didn't want to crawl under the house again. May 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Yes, it really works!!! Had a clogged line that drained both the kitchen sink and washing machine (farther down the line). The washer must have caused a buildup of debris (fuzz, lint, fur) over the years that combined with any grease that escaped from the kitchen sink. I was only able to use about a 1/2 gallon of water before the pipes started backing up and was extremely slow to drain. Tried various crystal drain cleaners with no effect and was about to take the next step and borrow the neighbor's snake. Saw this and figured it was worth a shot with the money back guarantee and bought two gallons. Poured the first gallon in and left it for 8 hours. Then, I poured a few gallons of boiling water in and was surprised that all of it drained. Left the hot water running for another 5 minutes and still no backup. Will be trying the washing machine tonight and also now have a second bottle for future clogs. This stuff works as advertised! FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS! May 22, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Did not do anything I bought 3 bottles and followed directions, in the hopes of keeping one for backup later. Poured 2 bottles in and even the third the next day, nothing. Have to rent snake now. Will be getting refund. This was put into clean out section of main sewer line May 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worked like a charm Had toilet that would not drain properly & adding extra water just caused sewage to backup into one of the baths. In the past we've been able to get past this issue by snaking the drain, but with our (cheap) tools this is a laborious & dirty process, so this time decided to spend ~$20 to see if we could avoid the trouble. Poured 1 & 1/2 bottles down the bath drain - just until it was starting to back up into bath itself & left overnight. Next morning poured a kettle of boiling water down the drain followed by running hot water into the bath. A few minutes later the water started to not drain from the bath & one of the toilets started bubbling. Dang, I thought & shut off the hot water again. Toilet kept bubbling for a few minutes & then suddenly the blockage cleared & the water drained from the bath (& toilets "flushed"). Success! April 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worked for my very slow drain Our downstairs bathroom clogs up every 7-8 years. I knew it was not the line to the street since the rest of the house was working fine. (We have a huge maple in our front yard and old clay sewer pipes...so we deal with roots once in a while). There was no backup in the utility/sink washer in the basement. This one line is for an addition so the bathroom is the only thing using it. I tried my 6 foot closet auger going through the toilet but no luck. There is a stand up shower in that bathroom so I tried snaking it from there (the water was backing up into there and draining out slowly over a few hours). That is what worked the last time. No luck. I bought a bottle of this and dumped it in at 5pm. 6am the next morning, I ran hot water for the shower and sink for 10 minutes. Also flushed the toilet 5x...all fixed. This stuff works and I am going to buy a bottle of this to have on-hand next time. $10 versus dealing with a disgusting mess trying to snake sewage backup or even worse, $200+ for a plumber. If you do not have safety google or rubber gloves, walk over to that aisle and pick some up. This stuff is hard core and you want to pour it in very slowly and not spash it. The only minor con is time for it to work...you need to leave it in for 8 hours or longer. So if this happens a few hours before you are having people over, you need to snake. November 20, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by It Works!!!!! I've had a chronic problem with my laundry drain for a very long time. I've used every chemical cleaner out there, I've snaked the line, but still there was a problem. I tried this product, and the first application resulted in a significant improvement. Then I waited a week, applied it a second time, and the drain is clear for the first time since I can remember. Thank you!!!! April 18, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Did not work on my basement shower drain I wouldn't recommend this product for tough clogs. Have to get a different product and mail my recipt to get my money back April 26, 2016
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