Why You Shouldn't Use Liquid Drain Cleaners
Quick fix, bigger problems
A clogged drain can be a real headache. It might be tempting to reach for the pop-and-pour drain cleaner you picked up on sale the last time that troublesome drain made a mess of things. But WAIT! Each time you use that cleaner, you're actually damaging your pipes.
If you don’t address it properly, it could become more than just an “annoying” nuisance.
What they don't tell you
The chemicals used are high in toxic levels and can be dangerous. When used enough, the liquids can cause pipes to degrade and form leaks. So even if the drain cleaner succeeds in temporarily clearing the clog, you might be doing more harm than good in the long run.
Chemical drain cleaners are bad for the environment as well as septic systems.
Overlooking your drain cleaning service can lead to corrosion, blockages, and several health hazards including:
- Accumulation of contaminants in drains
- Development of mold, fungus, or mildew in drains
- Introduction of water-borne diseases through polluted water in pipelines
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*Up to 77 feet with proper access