All Liquid-Plumr® products can be stored in your home for up to 12 months prior to use.
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Yes. It’s safe to use Liquid-Plumr® products if you have a septic system. The ingredients degrade rapidly and will not harm the bacteria in your tank.See the Product Lineup
No. Liquid-Plumr® products are not designed to remove the waste that may be clogging your toilet.See the Product Lineup
Yes. Lab tests confirm that all Liquid-Plumr® products are safe for all household plumbing. However, we do not recommend using clog removers in rubber pipes. The products may damage rubber.See the Product Lineup
No. Do not use Liquid-Plumr® products with ammonia, toilet bowl cleaners or other non–Liquid-Plumr® clog removers, as splashing or the release of hazardous gases may occur. We do not recommend using Liquid-Plumr® products with non–Liquid-Plumr® products. It is safe to use any Liquid-Plumr® product in the same drain.See the Product Lineup
No. Unfortunately, we don’t recommend using clog removers in a dishwasher. Dishwashers frequently use rubber attachments for draining, and clog removers may damage rubber.See the Product Lineup
No. We do not recommend using a plunger when a clog remover is in the drain. There is a possibility that plunging will cause the product to splash back and get on you or your clothing.See the Product Lineup
Absolutely. Use of Liquid-Plumr® products is safe for all types of sinks.See the Product Lineup
Liquid-Plumr® products cannot clear a foreign object or tree root from your drain. You’ll need to call a plumber to remove the object.See the Product Lineup
What should I do if I come in contact with either the foam or the liquids in Liquid-Plumr® products?
If in eyes, flush immediately with water for 15 minutes. If wearing contact lenses, remove first. If on skin, wash immediately with water. If swallowed, drink a full glass of water. Do not induce vomiting. In all cases, call a doctor or poison control center immediately.See the Product Lineup