|Name||32 oz. Crystal Heat Drain Opener||32 oz. Root Kill||Foaming Root Killer||64 oz. Drain Opener|
|Commercial / Residential||Commercial / Residential||Commercial / Residential||Commercial / Residential||Residential|
|Features||No Additional Features||No Additional Features||No Additional Features||Non Abrasive,Non-Toxic|
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Yes, this product is quite excellent for Shower stalls, bath tubs and sinks. This is the only product I use for my drains, it's quick and safe for all pipes,,
No, not what it's made for. Tooth brushes are plastic and last longer than we do. It probably made it through the drain into the sewer, then no problem. If not, it might catch material in the toilet and cause clogs, in which case you'll need a plumber.
Yes, no doubt, but do not use in water closets, not a good remedy for large pipes like toilets, it is recommended for small pipes like sinks and bathtubs,,
I would say the clog is down stream from the sink otherwise the drain for the washer would be backing up, instead of the sink. I have the same issue, but have lived with it being the sink handles the water up until getting a new washer that uses more water. I found pouring lots of boiling water down the sink drain has corrected the problem, which I now do every month.
Read the directions carefully. It will tell you if this works on standing water. I have used this product when my drains are slow and it works every time.
Never used snake 3 women in shower daily , alot of hair, shaving cream and shavings. This product does it and kitchen grease clogs A+.
NOT safe to use in a septic tank system as it will destroy the "beneficial" bacteria. It's best you use mechanical means to clear the clog