BioSmart Drain Maid

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Clogged Drains Are a Thing Of The Past

At one time or another we have a clogged drain.  The products that we use to unclog our drain usually smell terrible and are potentially harmful but at that point it is the only solution.  How would you like a product that is environmentally…
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We only use the BEST Natural Drain Cleaner! (BioSmart Drain Maid)

Let’s face it: drains play a crucial role in a fully functional home.  One clogged or slow running drain’s inconvenience can add up to hours of frustration and expense trying to home remedy it.  And if you have to call a professional…
We only use the BEST Natural Drain Cleaner! (BioSmart Drain Maid)
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BioSmart Drain Maid: Buy an Environmentally Friendly Drain Maintenance Product

BioSmart Drain Maid no clogs…just clean…Guaranteed! Now you can clean your drains without hazardous chemicals! Liquid BioSmart is so powerful, it’s patented. BioSmart liquid formulation has met the EPA’s DfE challenge for biological…
We only use the BEST Natural Drain Cleaner! (BioSmart Drain Maid)
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Kiss those nasty, expensive drain clogs goodbye forever!

Knoxville BioSmart Drain Maid The drains in your home are a collection point for much and gunk, including grease, oil, food, even things like hair gel that sticks to the inside of your pipes and slows down the waste water trying to leave your…
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Common Problems with Drain Cleaner

A chemical or enzymatic drain cleaner is often the first choice to remove blockages caused by hair, grease, soap, human waste or other foreign materials. It's easy and inexpensive to use, but can cause problems if you choose the wrong cleaner for the type of clogged drain you have, or if you use the product incorrectly. Damage to Pipes or Surrounding Surfaces Chemical drain cleaners react with the blockage material by creating heat that disintegrates it. Designed to be denser than water, they are more likely to splash and corrode surrounding surfaces. To reduce damage to surrounding areas like porcelain, stainless steel and aluminum faucets, pour the cleaner as close to the drain as possible and use only the minimum amount necessary. Most require that you either add water to the cleaner or add cleaner to the water. Do so carefully and slowly to reduce splashing. Avoid pouring the cleaner into a plastic or porcelain basin to reduce the chance of cracking it. Be aware of what type of piping you have. Chemical drain cleaners can soften soft plastic pipes (PVC). They can also cause additional damage to already old and corroded pipes. You may have to use an enzymatic drain cleaner to prevent damage to your pipes. They tend to be less corrosive, but they're also less effective at dissolving blockages. A manual drain cleaner like a drain snake is also an option.