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|Name||Kleer Drain Opener||PRO Power Toilet Plunger||Toilet Plunger in Black||Toiletsaber 8.60 oz. Plumbing Tool 28 in. Designed to Clear Visible Toilet Clogs (paper and poop)|
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Hi, BrianPow - No, a 12gr cartridge is physically larger than an 8gr cartridge and will not fit in the Kleer Drain device. Sorry to hear that your local Home Depot is out of stock, but you can always order it on line from homedepot.com. Here's the link to copy/paste: https://www.homedepot.com/p/VPC-Kleer-Drain-Replacement-Cartridges-KD101/203002012.
Hi, Cinnajo - Yes, Kleer Drain is o.k. for plastic drain pipes. It's advisable that you check all the compression fittings prior to use. Sometimes if the fittings are not tight they can come apart when the air cannister is discharged. Further, be sure to follow all the instructions, especially about covering overflow holes, other sink openings, etc. It's a great tool to try in advance of an expensive plumber call. Thanks for the question.
In my restroom
Yes, it just has to tightly seal to the fixture / drain
Hi, I have had my VPC Kleen Drain Opener 4-5 years. I have not had any problems with it, I have used it about 4-5 times has always worked well. The cartridge my be off a little? If all else fails I’m sure HD will refund your money purchase a new one. There also could be a flawed mechanism from the manufacturer that can’t be determined. Thanks for your question I’m sure HD will rectify this issue!!
Likely, yes. At the same time, I'll tell you I found this thing to be pretty useless & returned mine. The cup on the end would not completely cover the drain portal in the toilet. Result?...The gas from the cartridge simply escaped instead of going into the drain pipe to clear the clog. It's like using a plunger & not covering the entire exit portal...all you're doing is going through the motions without clearing anything.
You could try it for that. I would think that you would want to direct the air to push the clog away from the filter and not towards it.
It does not mention anything about the product being used for cleaning condensate line on AC.
Yes you can use it on drainpipe following all of the instructions that are included with the KleerDrain.