Professional Strength Crystals Clog Remover
Specially formulated to clear tough kitchen clogs
best on grease
safe on all pipes
How it Works
Thanks to its unique churning action and heat, Drano® Professional Strength Crystals Clog Remover works to melt and break down grease, so it’s great for stubborn kitchen clogs. You only need a small amount to get the job done, so one container lasts a long time.
Safe for all pipes, septic tanks, and cesspools
Best on grease clogs
Remove any standing water. Make sure water in drain is cool. If possible, remove drain strainer.
Pour one heaping tablespoon (30 grams) of Drano® Crystals into drainpipe. Securely close lid on can. In case of spills, sweep into dust pan, empty down nearest drain and pour cold water down the drain. For Floor Drains: Follow the same procedure but use 3 heaping tablespoons (90 grams) of Drano® Professional Strength Crystals Clog Remover and add 3 cups of cold water.
3. ADD WATER
Immediately add one cup of cold water to drain (if water boils out of drain, add another cup of cold water). Rinse spoon immediately after use.
Allow the product to work for 15 minutes.
After 15 minutes, pour cold water down the drain. If drain is still clogged, repeat application. Do not repeat after second application. Consult a plumber.
Use one tablespoon weekly as directed to keep drains running freely.
Never cover drain. Keep hands and face away from drain and children away from sink area.
Keep Drano® drain openers and solutions of Drano® away from eyes, skin and clothing.
Keep water out of can at all times to prevent contents from violently erupting or boiling out.
Never use or mix with other drain cleaners or chemicals before, during or after using Drano® drain openers since Drano® may still be present if drain did not completely clear and Drano® may react with such products.
Never use with plunger or pressurized drain opener (splash back of lye can occur).
Even after use, Drano® drain openers may still be present if drain did not completely clear. Do not use in garbage disposers, dishwashers, toilet bowls or in pipes directly connected with such devices.
Keep off all surfaces, fixtures and utensils made all or in part of aluminum, wood, paint, acrylic or fiberglass.