Septic Owners

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  1. grengadgy

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    So, what are the better ways to keep drains clear? Home drains in the kitchen and bath generally get clogged by grease, food waste and hair, none of which will be effectively dispersed by bleach. WTC recommends carefully pouring a kettleful of boiling water down the drain to free up a slow drain, or using mechanical methods such as a plumber’s snake, plunger or hose-end bladder to clean a clogged drain.
     
  2. bradgator2

    bradgator2 1/29/17 half marathon - 1 hour, 34 min, 2 secs
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    Well.... not a single issue yet. Having no water/sewage bill is pretty sweet.
     
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    Are you on well?
     
  4. bradgator2

    bradgator2 1/29/17 half marathon - 1 hour, 34 min, 2 secs
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    Yes.
     
  5. crosscreekcooter

    crosscreekcooter Cunning Linguist
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    Having one that doesn't work is worse.
     

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