1 Bottle = 64 fl oz (2 qt) 1.8 lt; Gel Clog Remover. Powerful! Best at dissolving stubborn clogs guaranteed. Professional strength. Clings to clogs longer to clear clogs better. Drano Max Gel pours through standing water and works fast to restore your drains to their free-flowing state. Pours straight through water to the clog. Safe for all pipes, it's also the best at removing hair, soap scum, and other gunky clogs. Safe for plastic, PVC, metal pipes, garbage disposals, and septic systems. Has an ingredient to protect pipes from corrosion. Do not use in toilet.
- 1 Bottle of 64 fl oz (2 qt) 1.8 lt
- Ingredients: Sodium Hydroxide, Sodium Hypochlorite, Sodium Silicate, and Surfactants.
- Pour 1/4 bottle of Drano Max Gel slowly into drain. (For extremely slow-running drains or complete clogs, pour 1/2 bottle.) Allow to work for 15 minutes (30 minutes for tough clogs). Flush with hot water. Repeat steps if necessary. Garbage Disposal Drains: Follow same directions. If drain has not cleared, do not turn on disposal since Drano Max Gel may splash back. Consult plumber. Not for use in toilets. Important: Open carefully. Do not squeeze bottle. Avoid splashing. Clean up spills at once. Keep hands, face, and children away from drains while using Drano Max Gel. Never use a plunger during or after use of Drano Max Gel because Drano Max Gel may still be present if drain did not clear. Do not use in toilets. Do not reuse empty container. Rinse container and replace cap before discarding.
- Manufacturer: S.C. Johnson and Son, Inc.
Keep out of reach of children. Harmful if swallowed. May burn eyes, skin, and mucous membranes on contact. Do not use or mix Drano Max Gel with ammonia, toilet bowl cleaners, household cleaners or other drain cleaners, because mixture may release hazardous gases or cause violent eruption from drain. If gases are released, leave area immediately - ventilate if possible. First Aid: Give immediately. Eyes: Rinse immediately with water. Remove contact lenses, then flush eyes with water for 15 minutes. If Swallowed: Rinse mouth. Drink a glassful of milk or water. Do not induce vomiting. If on Skin: Remove affected clothing. Flush skin with water for 15 minutes. Then call a Poison Center, physician, or emergency room.