Drainbo keeps septic systems operating at peak efficiency
The first is to treat all drain lines in the home that include kitchen, bath and laundry. The second is to increase digestion in the septic tank through a natural process of seven bacterial strains each formulated to digest fats, oils, grease, protein, urine and starch. Third is regular treatment with Drainbo is the digestion and removal of sludge deposited in the leach system which impedes the ability of liquid to disperse and evaporate: when not properly and regularly addressed, the system is highly prone to failure and the possibility of replacement of the leach field which can be very costly.
Maintaining and servicing my septic system
Unlike a municipal waste water system, you own and must properly maintain and service your septic system. Failure to do so can not only be costly but a deteriorating septic system is a common source of water pollution and danger to human health. In fact you should periodically have your system professionally inspected every 3 years and your septic tank pumped generally every 3 to 5 years. Alternative systems with electrical float switches, pumps, or mechanical components should be inspected more often, generally once each year. If you have never followed these recommendations or have just moved into a home with a septic system it is advisable to locate a service provider for inspection.
Keeping your septic system operating at peak efficiency is what Drainbo is all about.
Treating your septic system with Drainbo Septic System and household treatment will keep your system in balance the way nature intended. For septic systems, it is recommended to use 32 oz Drainbo household in all kitchen, bath and laundry sinks at least every other month to assure soaps, oils and greases that congeal in the pipes are digested by the seven-strain bacterial formula. For each toilet one half-gallon Drainbo Septic treatment poured directly into the bowl. It is also recommended that Drainbo be applied directly into the septic tank manhole as follows: If the septic tank is less than 3 years old, treat once per year; if 3 to 5 years old, every 9 months and if the tank is older than 5 years we suggest a treatment every 6 months.