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Roebic Main Line Cleaner

Blain # 300496 | Mfr # K-97-Q-12


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  • A concentrated bacterial waste degrading product designed to clean main sewer pipes of fats, grease, sludge, and paper without the use of harsh aggressive and dangerous chemicals
  • Should be used in every household, whether on a septic system or city sewers
  • One bottle, twice a year, will keep the main line free of unwanted build up and prevent back ups during heavy water use
  • Should also be used in the new "low flow" water saver toilets to maintain a clear sewer pipe

Technical Description

Size: 32 oz

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Can this be used on a somewhat clogged drain with toilet paper?
Debra B on Nov 10, 2013
Best Answer: According to the Overview, it should be able to, but I would not rely on it to clear a paper clog. We used a similar product for our septic system, on a regular basis, and we have still had the occasional clog requiring the line to be cleared, which is why we decided to try this. Just my opinion, but I would think if you have a troublesome clog, it would be better to get the line cleared and then start a regular program of using this product.

It's a disgusting mess when the septic line gets clogged and your downstairs john, as in our case, barfs raw sewage onto the bathroom floor. This isn't going to work like Drano or LiquidPlumr (however that's spelled), and I'd rather get the line cleared than risk another mess like that in my home. Best of luck.
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