Drain Opening Pacs - 3 Pac Canister


There are a million reasons to sing in the shower, but a clogged shower drain isn't one of them. Eliminate tangled hair and soap scum with Green Gobbler’s Drain Opening Pacs. Our perfectly pre-measured pacs will slay the mightiest bathroom or kitchen clogs. Just pour, wait and rinse. Our drain opening pacs will leave you singing 'livin la vida loca'.

Green Gobbler Drain Opening Pacs will clear the toughest clogs, guaranteed or your money back. Each package comes with three pre-measured powder pacs and 1 clog removal tool. Pour one pac down your drain to get rid of hair, paper, soap scum, flushable feminine products, sludge, and other organic material quickly. For toilets, pour 2 pacs into toilet.

  • Package contains three pre-measured pacs
  • Liquefies hair, paper, soap scum and other organic material
  • Safe on drains, pipes, septic tanks, grease traps and septic systems
  • No need to endure fumes or pour messy liquids
  • Does not contain bleach or sodium hydroxide
  • Biodegradable formula
Drain Opening Pacs - 3 Pac Canister
Drain Opening Pacs - 3 Pac Canister Drain Opening Pacs - 3 Pac Canister Drain Opening Pacs - 3 Pac Canister Drain Opening Pacs - 3 Pac Canister Drain Opening Pacs - 3 Pac Canister Drain Opening Pacs - 3 Pac Canister


For Sinks, Tubs and Drains:

  • Cut open one Pac and pour entire contents into drain.
  • Add small amount of hot tap water to rinse any remaining powder from surface (caution: wet powder left on surfaces can cause corrosion, especially on stainless/painted surfaces)
  • Let stand for 15-30 minutes then flush with plenty of hot water.

Note: For tough clogs use second Pac and let stand overnight. Then flush with plenty of very hot tap water.

For Toilets: Empty two packets into toilet. Allow to sit overnight. If water level is abnormally high, allow water to reduce by approximately 50% and then flush.

Maintenance Tip: For optimal results, use in each drain in your home once a month. Additional instructions for use on inside of label.

Quick Fix Drain Stick:

  • Insert tool into drain opening as far as it will go (some drain stoppers may need to be removed in order to insert tool).
  • Move tool up and down and then carefully remove the tool from drain as there may be clog material attached.
  • Discard clog material and repeat if necessary.
  • After using tool, pour 1 packet of Green Gobbler into drain and follow normal directions above to completely clear away remainder of drain clog.
What are the ingredients in Drain Opening Pacs?

Drain Opening Pacs contains a proprietary patented ingredient designed to safely clear clogs in your sink, toilet, tub, and other drains.

Does Drain Opening Pac contain sodium hydroxide?

No. It doesn’t.

What will Drain Opening Pacs work on?

Drain Opening Pacs is primarily used to breakdown hair, paper, soap scum and flushable feminine products. Unfortunately, it will not unclog plastic products, metal products, toys and fabrics.

Is Drain Opening Pacs safe for all types of pipes and drain systems?

Yes. It won’t harm or affect the pipes in any negative way.

Is Drain opening Pacs safe to use in Shower Drain, Kitchen Sink, Bathroom Sink, Toilet and Septic System?

Yes. It is safe to use Drain Opening Pacs in any of the locations previously mentioned.

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