Bio-clean Drain Septic Bacteria (2 lb.)
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Bio-Clean Drain Septic Bacteria (25lb Bulk)
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What is BIO-CLEAN? BIO-CLEAN is a special combination of natural bacteria and enzymes that DIGESTS organic waste found in your plumbing system: grease, hair, soap scum, food particles, paper, cotton ... etc. BIO-CLEAN will not digest or have any effect on inorganic materials such as plastic pipe. It does not product heat, fumes or boiling like chemicals do. BIO-CLEAN is safe for people, plumbing, and the environment. How does BIO-CLEAN work? In nature all animal and vegetable matter is broken down and recycled into plant food by enzymes and bacteria. BIO-CLEAN uses this same principal to biodegrade organic waste that accumulates in your plumbing system. Like all living things, bacteria must "eat" to survive. Fortunately the grease, hair, soap film and organic waste are food for the bacteria in BIO-CLEAN. The enzymes prepare this "food" for the bacteria by breaking down the large molecules into a size the bacteria can "swallow". When mixed with water, BIO-CLEAN immediately goes to work! The enzymes are very fast and start breaking down waste on contact. BIO-CLEAN contains billions of bacteria and as they eat, they double in number every 30 minutes! Unrestricted by gravity, they spread through the entire plumbing system, devouring all the organic waste. Waste accumulates in your pipes causing slow, or even clogged drains. Within days BIO-CLEAN begins to eat through the gunk, restoring drain flow to full capacity. Monthly BIO-CLEAN treatments will keep your drains clean and trouble-free. Authorized by U.S.D.A for use in federally inspected Meat and Poultry Plants.
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I was curious about whether any of the drain enzyme products actually might work to clean my old drain pipes, so I decided to conduct a simple test of two bacteria/enzyme products. My test setup was as follows: Three identical glass jars were filled with warm water. One jar would be my control and would only have the tap water in it. The other two jars had the recommended quantity of product added to each jar and the jars were gently stirred to disperse the product in the jars. After 10 minutes, I added the following into each jar: 5 cheerios to simulate typical organic house gunk, a small chuck of bar soap, and glop of ball bearing grease to each jar.
After an hour the Bio-Clear jab had essentially decomposed the Cheerios, while the Rapport product and the water had no visible effect on them. The jar with water was beginning to get cloudy, while the Rapport jars water remained clear and the bio-clear jar was a brownish color.
After 24 hours, the Cheerios remained intact in both the water and Rapport product, while they were disolved into little particles on the bottom of the Bio-Clear jar. The soap in the bio-clear solution was considerably softer than the soap in both the Rapport and water, which felt much more solid. The Rapport water continued to remain clear, but seems to have no impact on breaking any substances down.
At the 24 hour mark, I also added two pieces of dried dog food to each jar. Within 2 hours the Bio-Clear solution had decomposed the dog food, while only water saturation seems to have taken place in both the Rapport and water solutions.
After 48 hours, a pretzel stick was added to each solution. After an hour, obvious signs of decomposition and gassing was observed in the Bio-Clear solution, while no visible activity was observed in the other two solutions. The Cheerios and dog food are still essentially intact in both the Rapport and water solutions, but have now sunk to the bottom of the containers. The soap remains very firm as well in each of these containers, while it appears to be further softening in the Bio_clear solution. None of the three products appears to be having any impact on the ball bearing grease at this time. I will be continuing the tests and update this report should any meaningful information come out of the longer term testing.
I understand that these tests are fairly simple and don’t necessarily represent what is happening within actual plumbing pipes. But it does appear that the Bio-Clear product does effectively decompose certain organic materials and that the bacteria/enzymes have continued to work during the short test period. I have some hope that this product may, if used regularly as directed, actually help to maintain or clean drain pipes given time.
I have no relationship with any products tested and personally purchased each product. The opinions expressed are mine and are based on my observations using my test results.
Please have an auger on hand if you're using this on a nearly-clogged sewer main.
This removed so much material so fast that the soup it created clogged the sewer main and it took over an hour to get it cleared out moving the sludge slowly down the main.
After a week, it clogged again with a somewhat easier clean.
After another week, it clogged the same way, only farther down the main and cleared pretty easily.
After that, no issues at all. All evidence indicates that we had a massive amount of sludge built up on our old cast iron sewer main and this chewed it to bits.
Use caution, and plan carefully. If possible, have your own auger on hand to clear and use with patience.
I came home the other day after a 2 hour meeting and our young son's hair was wet.
Me: "Why is his hair all wet?"
Husband: "I gave him a bath. And then a shower. He left you a present in the tub so I had to move him to our shower."
Husband: "I dumped some Bio-Clean in there though so you won't have to scoop the poop. It will just dissolve and go down the drain so you're welcome!"
So after a conversation about how he was dry heaving at the sight of poop in the tub and how he barely escaped with his life, clean up magically became my responsibility even though I wasn't even home when it happened . I left it alone for a bit to make sure the Bio-Clean had time to work it's magic and when I drained the tub everything disintegrated and went right down the drain. So I guess it did actually make clean up slightly less gross and a little easier. And now, the moral of the story is that moms are way tougher than dads and Bio-Clean eats poop.
PS It did the job for the sump pump too.