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Earth Friendly Products Earth Enzymes, Drain Opener,  32-Ounces  (Pack of 3)
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Earth Friendly Products Earth Enzymes, Drain Opener, 32-Ounces (Pack of 3)

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Earth Enzymes is a high tech method for clearing and maintaining free flowing drains, and clearing clogged septic tanks, and cesspools. Designed to quickly digest solid wastes, converting them to an easily disposed of liquid state through natural enzymatic action. Contains sodium sesquicarbonate, bacterial mixtures, and proteolytic enzymes.

  • Helps to clear and maintain free flowing drains, clogged septic tanks, and cesspools

  • Quickly digest solid wastes and convert them to an easily disposed of liquid state

  • Contains sodium sesquicarbonate, bacterial mixtures, and proteolytic enzymes

Product Details:
Product Length: 1.0 inches
Product Width: 1.0 inches
Product Height: 1.0 inches
Product Weight: 6.48 pounds
Package Length: 10.8 inches
Package Width: 8.9 inches
Package Height: 3.2 inches
Package Weight: 7.45 pounds
Average Customer Rating: based on 16 reviews
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Average Customer Review:4.0 ( 16 customer reviews )
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33 of 35 found the following review helpful:

4Impressed!  Jan 11, 2009
By Chris
Wow, I am impressed! This really did work. I was a little skeptical, but I figured it would be worth a try. I have to admit, I did not follow the instructions on the packaging. I made a saturated solution using warm water and poured it down my kitchen sink. Then I only waited 12 hours before running some hot water down the drain to see if it worked. At first it didn't appear to be draining better, but as the water went through and flushed out the pipes, I could really see the difference. Since this is an enzyme cleaner that works by digesting food and fat particles, I wouldn't recommend this for clogs caused by hair, but it worked great in the kitchen sink! AND there was no nasty chemical smell left behind!

23 of 24 found the following review helpful:

4If at first you don't succeed....  Apr 06, 2010
By A. Catanzaro
I wanted to share our experience, since I was just as skeptical as many others about this product's ability to get the job done. We have had a very, very slow bathtub drain for several weeks that was almost to the point of being clogged completely. I followed the directions for a 24 hour treatment, and then.... nothing. So, I figured I'd try another 24 hour treatment, and then.... nothing. But wait, there's more! About a day and a half AFTER the last treatment,it worked! I am going to purchase more in order to maintain the drain every once in a while. But for us at least, it seems patience paid off. I am glad, too, because I like this planet the last thing I wanted to do was pour harsh chemicals down the drain.

17 of 18 found the following review helpful:

5Fantastic results  Sep 03, 2011
By BeeK
I'm writing a review here even though we bought our Earth Enzymes drain remover at the local grocery store--just because more people can benefit from information about it here. The label indicates that this product is "specially formulated to safely digest food particles, grease, fats, and human wastes without generating heat or malodors." As other reviewers have noted, the list doesn't include hair, but I have to say that with my long hair and my husband's beard, even though we try to keep hair out of the drain, I can't believe there was no hair in our sink's blockage.

In any case, our bathroom sink was draining more and more slowly, until finally it was disgusting just to brush our teeth with even a slow stream of water, as the sink would immediately begin to back up. For weeks, I'd tried vinegar & baking soda--which usually work well in our tub & in that sink. Used the "clean" plunger (the one that we never use in the toilet....) many times, but no luck. I prefer to avoid nasty, toxic products in our household, so we gave this one a try.

I followed the Earth Enzymes label directions (two cups of drain remover dissolved in two cups of warm water) and poured it in. We decided to leave it longer than the recommended 24 hours, until about 30-32 hours. After roughly 12 hours, we noted that the water had, as usual, seeped out of the sink down the drain, and some of the drain-opener solution had accumulated at the bottom of the sink. That stuff was slightly dried on the porcelain, so we dropped a couple/few tablespoons of warm water onto it and used a wooden spoon to mix it up and push it into the drain.

When it was at last time to run water & clear it all out, we remembered how 'solid' the stuff had seemed on the porcelain earlier, so we were patient. We ran the water hot and used a plunger. At first the blockage was worse than before we'd poured in the drain opener, but after some vigorous plunging it began to move. Very quickly--within a minute or two--the water was draining better than it has in many months. It has remained clear, and we are thrilled.

The entire process was not in the least 'malodorous,' just as the label promises. It has a mild, fresh scent and is gratifyingly bearable to live around while waiting for it to complete the job. We are completely sold on this product. BY ALL MEANS, use this before you turn to any toxic ick.

19 of 21 found the following review helpful:

4Does NOT work on hair  Nov 10, 2009
By sudoku-love
The instruction says use 2 tsp every week per drain. I was curious to see if it actually eats my hair and it does NOT. I dissolved 1 tsp of this product into a container and threw 5 pieces of my hair into the solution. Volume of my hair did not decrease overnight.

I am using this product in my kitchen sink religiously every week for a year and I have not experienced any clogs.

7 of 7 found the following review helpful:

5unbelievable  Jun 25, 2013
By Markm
Had a plumber come out; cost $200, drain worked great. Same problem a year later (wife's sink, she uses it for who knows what), and I tried this. Followed directions exactly; next day, better. 5 days later, 100%.

I'm sold.

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