Saving Christmas lunch
One of our customers posted a review on our site for CLR Power Plumber. “We bought this product years ago to use in an emergency. Well wouldn't you know it? We had a massive clog in our garbage disposal and double sink right before Christmas lunch. We tried the plunger and it just wouldn't go down. We tried the CLR Power Plumber and now it runs great. It saved us from tearing apart all our plumbing on Christmas night.”
Thank you for the review. Power Plumber is so quick and easy to use we get quite a few testimonials about this product saving the day. With the biggest game of the football year coming up, you may, if you are having a get together, want to have a container of Power Plumber on hand in case you run into the same problem as our reviewer.
CLR Power Plumber works on a different premise than any of the leading drain openers. Power Plumber relies on compressed gas to clear drains. When the formula in the can is released and comes in contact with water in your drain, it expands rapidly creating a standing wave. Power Plumber uses the water in your pipes as a battering ram pushing the blockage through and clearing the walls of your pipes.
Power Plumber can be used to unclog blocked sinks and tubs, slow-moving drains, double sinks, shower drains, floor drains and garbage disposals. Clogs can be cleared up to 50 feet away without harming plastic or metal pipes. Power Plumber will work on any clog including hair, grease, food particles or soap build-up.
Disposing of used CLR
We had a question from Dan in Creve Coeur Missouri that I thought I would share with you. “How do you dispose of CLR Calcium, Lime & Rust Remover after you use it to soak a shower head or faucet?”
Dan, CLR contains no inorganic phosphates, hazardous solvents or environmentally harmful surfactants, is biodegradable and a blend of ingredients that are environmentally friendly and safer for humans than many conventional cleaning products. That said, CLR has a powerful cleaning formula that needs to be stored and disposed of properly.
CLR should to be stored in a cool, well ventilated area away from heat. Make sure that the container is tightly sealed and not damaged. Avoid contact with combustible materials, wood or organic materials and make sure you keep the container away from your children and pets. When you need to dispose of CLR, first rinse and recycle the empty bottle. Since CLR is biodegradable and water based, you can dispose of small amounts of the product down a drain or in your toilet. If you pour the solution down a drain, wash it down by running cold water for a short time. If you use a toilet, flush the toilet several times.