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Greenspeed DRAIN BLITZ 1L

Drain unblocker.
- Dissolves blockages formed by paper, soap, grease, hair, and other organic materials.
- Does not affect drainpipes.

Pour the undiluted product into the drain. Depending on the blockage pour 0.5L to 1L of Drain Blitz into the drain. Allow to work in for 24 hours, and then flush with water.

Drain Blitz is an ecological drain cleaner for professional use. Drain Blitz dissolves blockages formed by paper, soap, grease, hair, calcium soap and other organic materials. This product does not affect drainpipes. Drain Blitz is free from chlorine compounds, other halogen compounds, and petroleum-based surfactants. All surfactants used in these products originate from vegetable sources. All ingredients of non mineral origin are fully biodegradable.

Recommendation: Liquid drain cleaners are generally fine to use as a one off occasion, as they should become quite diluted, reducing the impact they can have on the bacteria within your septic tank. However, we would not recommend using foaming drain cleaners or solid drain cleaners. Additionally, drain cleaners should not be used regularly as a weekly or monthly basis, as the chemicals are extremely caustic.

Water-based cleaners are generally absolutely fine to use with septic tanks, as water is the main ingredient, diluting any chemicals that could harm bacteria. To see if a cleaning product is water based, take a look at the ingredients – water will be the first ingredient.

When considering household detergents, we’d always recommend choosing products that specifically have a label stating they are safe to be used with septic tanks. Additionally, always try to choose eco-friendly products wherever possible, as these have been developed to have minimal impact on the environment, which means they typically have weak or no chemicals in that could damage the bacteria within septic tanks.