Septic Blast - 1 Gallon


Septic Tank clogs and overflows are a hassle. Not only do they waste your time and hard-earned money -- they cause plumbing damage and foul, obnoxious smells around the house. Yuck! But don’t fret. With Septic Blast, you can restore and recondition your entire system quickly and easily, with just a few Septic Blast treatments. Remove septic tank clogs and odors in a blast, once and for all!

Septic Blast contains powerful bacteria that create enzymes to digest grease, fats, oils, soap, paper, and other organic matter that causes stubborn obstructions in your tank. Use Septic Blast to treat septic tank emergencies, as well as to maintain a healthy septic tank and prevent future catastrophes. 

  • ELIMINATE SEPTIC TANK CLOGS - Septic Blast digests grease, oils, fats, soaps, and organic matter that cause clogs in your tank 
  • GET RID OF FOUL ODORS - Don’t wait for the smells to overtake you! Get rid of odors by removing the source with Septic Blast’s powerful formula
  • IMPROVE SINK & TOILET DRAINAGE - We’ve all watched as the water takes ages to go down the drain. Improve your drainage by removing the obstructions and clogs that cause it in the first place
  • RESTORE BACTERIAL BALANCE - This formula contains the powerful bacteria to combat the bad smells and clogs within your tank
  • HELP PREVENT TIMELY & COSTLY REPAIRS - Just flush Septic Blast down the toilet and let the formula do all the hard work
Septic Blast - 1 Gallon
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Simply pour approximately 2 cups of Septic Blast into a ground floor toilet bowl and flush twice to ensure the product has made its way into your tank. Repeat the treatment several days in a row until your system is unclogged and odor free.

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