One of our customers learned that our main line cleaner was as effective as the $400 plumber on his main line clog. I live in a house that was built in 1927. I have lived here for a year. Six months in, my main drain line plugged. So, I did the natural thing and called a service in to run a motorized drain auger to clean it out. It worked but cost around $400. But, the line was cleared and functioned properly. Six months later, the same thing happened. I did a load of laundry and realized as the wash water emptied that the main line was blocked again. I went online to see if there were any other options as I really didn’t want to spend another $400. Lo and behold, I saw your main line cleaner mentioned on a couple different big box store websites. I noticed that the reviews were mainly very positive. For $11 and a full money back guarantee I figured I couldn’t lose. I poured the entire gallon down the cleanout and let it sit in the drain overnight for 8 hours. I awoke to see no improvement. Taking a chance, I started running the hot water from the nearest faucet. After about five minutes, I heard a gurgling sound coming from the basement. Sure enough, the water in the basement was quickly going down the floor drain!! It worked!!! I couldn’t be happier with the performance of this product and will highly recommend it to people that are in this situation. Thank you very much!! Joe B., Rochester, NY
One win for our Main Line Cleaner. “I bought a gallon of your Main Line Cleaner at Home Depot yesterday to try and unstop my bathroom sink. It had been almost completely stopped up for quite a while. I put the whole gallon down the drain and gave it 8 hours before putting a couple buckets of hot water down the drain. The drain cleared out completely in no time flat. Sure beats these weak drain cleaners or having to pay a plumber. Good stuff. ” Larry S. Mary Esther, Florida
laundry and kitchen drain was backing up. I am a 48 year old single mom with 2 children still at home and I have no more money to spare. I bought your Main Line Cleaner just because of the money back guarantee and I was extremely skeptical. I used one gallon of cleaner at 10am this morning and at 8:45pm I tried hot water but no luck. I boiled a large soup pan of water to send down the drain and I also sent down 2 tea kettles full of boiling water. IT WORKED!! I really thought that it wouldn’t but it did and I did not have to get the plumber back and pay more money!!” Thank YOU!!!! Connie S of OhioWe get amazing testimonials all the time from our customers and our main line cleaner continues to impress people with its results. Often saving customers 100’s of dollars in plumbing charges. Read what one customer sent us last week: “My drain that handles the kitchen and laundry in the basement under the floor backs up about every 2 years and is sluggish most times. I recently paid a plumber 195.00 to snake out the main drain and the one under the floor from the laundry and kitchen. After he snaked both, the drain under the floor was still sluggish but that was the best he could do. 5 days later the
This is from a customer in Baltimore, Maryland My main line was backed up October 2010 & November 2010 the week before Thanksgiving. I called city services in Baltimore MD and they came out both times and snaked the clean-out on my lawn. Needless to say it happened again the week of the NFL play-offs. I went to my local Home Depot and they told me about this product called main line cleaner. I bought a gallon, poured it in the clean-out in the basement and my family and I went to our neighbors to watch the playoffs. When we returned home I checked the clog and Wow !! the product cleared the line better than the city services. I am so pleased with this product, I’ve recommended it to everyone that says they have a main line back up. Thanks Kevin
This is taken fro the Seattle Public Utility Website: Lots of good information on how to protect your pipes in cold weather and what to do if they freeze. Preparing Your Pipes for Cold Weather Ahead of Time.
- Know where your shut offs are. If an emergency occurs, you’ll need to know how to shut off electricity, gas and water at main switches and valves.
- Protect water pipes from freezing in exposed or unheated areas (attics, basements and garages) by wrapping with tape and insulating materials from hardware stores. Follow manufacturers’ installation instructions.
- Drain and remove all outdoor hoses.
- Caulk around pipes where they enter the house and close all foundation vents to minimize cold wind from blowing into your house.
- Pipes exposed to drafts from open foundation vents are most at risk of freezing or splitting during cold weather.
- Close off these vents by sliding cut pieces of wood or styrofoam into the vent openings (open the vents again in the spring to prevent dry rot).
- If you have a separate shut-off valve for outside faucets, now is the time to shut it off. Then go outside and turn on all faucets to drain the water out of the pipes.
- If you don’t have a separate shut-off valve, wrap outside faucets or hose bibs (if you choose, foam insulated covers are available for about $3 at hardware stores).
- Shut off and drain in-ground sprinkler systems. Follow manufacturer’s instructions.
What to do if Pipes Break or Freeze
- If a water pipe breaks, immediately close the main shut-off valve to stop flooding. The shut-off valve can be indoors or outdoors – usually in a basement, crawlspace or garage. If you cannot turn off the main shut-off valve call for service.
- Call a plumber to repair or replace the damaged section of pipe as soon as possible.