InstaFlo Odorless Drain Cleaner 2lb

$17.99
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UPC:
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InstaFlo Odorless Drain Cleaner 2lb

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  • Quickly and safely cleans slow drains caused by soap scum, grease, hair, etc.
  • Non-acid formula
  • Will not harm fine fixtures, porcelain, chrome trim, polished brass or metal pipes
  • Non-systemic (won't hurt tree or shrub roots close to septic tanks)
  • Only drain cleaner that addresses drains, grease traps, septic systems and sewer lines
  • 2lb jar.
InstaFlo is a unique drain cleaner that quickly and safely clears slow drains caused by soap scum, grease, hair, tree roots, etc in less than 60 seconds! Most drain cleaners on the market take between 2-6 hours to work, InstaFlo activates within seconds when it comes in contact with hot water. Less than a minute later you have a clean flowing drain!
 
InstaFlo will not harm fine fixtures, porcelain, chrome trim, polished brass, plastic or metal pipes!  NOTE: not for use in toilets, urinals or disposal sides of sinks.  InstaFlo is non-systemic, so it will not harm tree or shrub roots close to septic tanks.
 
There is no other drain cleaner on the market that addresses drains, grease traps, septic systems and sewer lines together!  Add in the fact that InstaFlo will work in less than 60 seconds and you have an amazing product.
 
InstaFlo does not smell, so it is ideal for hospitals, hotels or any other place where noxious fumes may be a problem.  InstaFlo will only be activated by HOT WATER.
 
2 lb Jar (also available in 1 lb jar and 6 lb jug).  InstaFlo is made by the Thirft Marketing (InstaFlo and Thirft Drain Cleaner are the same product.  InstaFlo is sold through retail stores like ours.  Thrift is commonly used by professionals only.)
 
Directions for use:
 
Drains: When fixtures begin to drain slowly, run hot water to warm lines.  Slowly add one cup of Insta-Flo directly into drain opening.  Run hot water until Insta-Flo is dissolved.  Let stand one minute in line, then flush with hot water.  To keep drain clean, add 1/2 cup in each drain once a month.
 
Grease Trap: Use 2 lbs. of Insta-Flo regularly for each 100 gallons of capacity.  May be applied in any drain leading to grease trap.  Pour in dry and follow with enough hot water to dissolve Insta-Flo and wash it into grease trap.  For best results don't use grease trap for 6-8 hours.  Insta-Flo will liquefy grease and solids and allow grease trap to function properly.
 
Septic Tanks: Add 6lbs. of Insta-Flo each year to prevent build up of grease and solid waste.
 
DO NOT USE IN URINALS OR TOILETS.

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  • 3
    Haven't used it yet

    Posted by Ronald A Nargiotta on Jun 13th 2015

  • 5
    InstaFlo Drain Cleaner was fantastic. Good service from Hard to find items.com when ordered online. Thanks!!!

    Posted by Phyllis Knutson on Jul 16th 2014

  • 5
    Wonderful product! Will be the only cleaner I'll use.

    Posted by Lawrence on May 3rd 2014

  • 4
    this product is great. just used in once and it did the trick.

    Posted by sabrina sevilla on May 1st 2014

  • 4
    I used InstaFlo in the bathroom sink and kitchen sink and both drains open up draining after one treat.

    Posted by Lorraine on May 1st 2014

  • 5
    I heard gurgling noise for several minutes after the sink drained. I tried another drain cleaner, but it still made noise even after two applications. One application of Insta-Flo and no more gurgling!

    Posted by Paula Kluk on May 1st 2014

  • 5
    This product was recommended on the Today Show by Lou Manfredini. It works exactly as shown. Very happy with the results!

    Posted by Sally K. on Apr 27th 2014

  • 5
    I saw this product on the Today show and got online and purchased it. A couple of days later I got the product and it worked!

    Posted by Sylvia Wood on Apr 26th 2014

  • 5
    This is one of the most fabulous products that I have purchased in years. I saw it on TV and have a drain that no matter how many times you snake it out it runs slow. Got InstaFlo followed directions and the drain is clear and has been for two weeks

    Posted by Judith Arnold on Apr 25th 2014