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80oz. Drano Max Gel Drain Clog Remover and Cleaner EXPIRED

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  • Formulated thick to dissolve the tough clogs fast
  • Cuts through standing water straight to the clog
  • Safe on PVC, metal pipes, garbage disposals and septic systems
  • More than just a hair clog remover
  • Removes and cleans clogs in all bathtubs, showers, and sinks

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Drano is fine for a slow drain. As long as it's not stuck in place, it will work as intended, i.e. eat away organic matter without harming inorganic pipes. But when it's stuck in place against a hard clog, it stresses the drain pipe with a continuous cycle of high heat and high pressure on a short section of pipe. This can crack and deform a PVC drain pipe, or spread existing corrosion on old cast pipes.

Plumbers don't like Drano because of many reasons. It's a quintessential DIY solution and those aren't very popular with the trades in general. More importantly, it's dangerous to snake a drain that has Drano in it. It's also not very impressive for them to charge you to pour Drano, so they'll never do it themselves. So they tend to exaggerate it's harmful effects on pipes a bit too much. If Drano was as materially harmful as plumbers claim, then the product would already be dead from all the expensive lawsuits.

Plumbers always recommend snaking, and snaking is absolutely the right thing to do for a hard clog. The problem is that snaking can only bore a narrow hole through the clog, and then the plumber is happy to see his whirlpool, collect his $89 and go home. But that narrow hole will plug up within 6 months to year, and then it's another $89. That's why you use products like Drano to eat up the rest of the clog after the hard clog is broken, and that way you won't have to deal with it as often.
not worth it. use a snake, they make them pretty easy now and attach to drills, etc.
Awful stuff, in many ways. Just had to jack hammer out concrete slab to replace cast iron drain line elbow destroyed by tenants using draino that was sitting stuck at a clog. Just use vinegar, let set 30 mins, then dump couple gallons boiling water if u r lazy. If not lazy, use a snake.

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In the long run, how bad is this for your drainage system?
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In the long run, how bad is this for your drainage system?
not worth it. use a snake, they make them pretty easy now and attach to drills, etc.
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2 pack is cheaper on Amazon with s&s
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not worth it. use a snake, they make them pretty easy now and attach to drills, etc.
Based on what? I've been trying to keep my system clog free but can't snake the kitchen very often because you have to remove the drain covers.
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If you have Target, this stuff works pretty well. Reviewers say it's almost identical to brand name.

https://www.target.com/p/clog-cle...A-76078861

Can also ship to home with no $35 minimum.
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If you have Target, this stuff works pretty well. Reviewers say it's almost identical to brand name.

https://www.target.com/p/clog-cle...A-76078861

Can also ship to home with no $35 minimum.
Am I reading right that it is two 160oz jugs for $9.99? If so, I'm going to target tomorrow!
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Am I reading right that it is two 160oz jugs for $9.99? If so, I'm going to target tomorrow!
2X80 oz total 160 oz
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Am I reading right that it is two 160oz jugs for $9.99? If so, I'm going to target tomorrow!
The bottles are 80oz each like the Drano. The ad is adding the 2 bottles together so 2 bottle each 80 oz being 160oz.
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Am I reading right that it is two 160oz jugs for $9.99? If so, I'm going to target tomorrow!

No, it's 2 x 80, so 160 total.
Still 20% savings compared to brand name.

25% with red card.

Edit: My phone did not show the two posts above.

https://www.target.com/p/drain-pi...A-14706851

Also check the reviews in this link, there are more that confirm the strength compared to Drano.
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Awful stuff, in many ways. Just had to jack hammer out concrete slab to replace cast iron drain line elbow destroyed by tenants using draino that was sitting stuck at a clog. Just use vinegar, let set 30 mins, then dump couple gallons boiling water if u r lazy. If not lazy, use a snake.
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was thinking of buying it just in case. cancelled after seeing comments
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I didn't know this was harmful to your pipes. What happens?
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Checked my order history on Amazon and found that I purchased the 2 80oz pack twice in the past for under $8. So, $6 for one 80oz - not the best price.
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