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12/3/11

Drano Snake Plus Review & #Giveaway

I've been fortunate to not have more than two fixtures being clogged, in our home since we've bought it. Once our toilet did a number on us and we had to dig up the front yard and fix the line. Not that you would want to use this drano kit in your toilet.

Drano® Snake Plus is designed to be used on sink and shower drains and is not designed to be used on a toilet.
But my bathtub is another thing. I keep purchasing those liquids to help me get the clogs out. When I have kids and myself to give baths, I cannot tolerate slow draining! And worse, I find standing water in bath tub icky. I'm very scornful so, when I'm washing, I want the water going down and away from me.

I guess we just shed alot of hair or maybe it's my wigs and maybe our soap is working against us too. Anyway I've just used the NEW drano kit and now all is well with my tub. There is the little tightness in my tummy waiting for it to clog again, but I'm hoping it will work and I can relax.  If the tub keeps playing nice, I might just allow the kids to have a fill up bath. I don't usually let them sit around in water because of the clog issue.

I just want my tub to work without me having to do this unclogging every month or so.

At first I wanted to wait until my husband returned home so he could do it for me, because I didn't want to mess up, but after reading and re-reading the instructions, I realized it was actually quite easy to do.
With Drano® Snake Plus, unclogging the drain is as easy as one, two, free. Follow these easy steps to clear clogs the first time.
  • Insert the 18-inch flexible tool into the drain opening and move the tool up and down to better loosen the clog, then remove and discard the tool.
  • Pour the entire bottle of Drano® Pro Concentrate Gel down the drain and let the powerful formula help dissolve the solution for 30 minutes.
  • Flush the drain with hot water to free the drain of any remaining clogged materials.
Don't forget to wear your gloves because you'll have to clean your tub after it's all done. While pulling the snake out, it brought up yucky stuff!
Drano® Snake Plus is available for purchase in the home cleaning sections of food, drug, do-it-yourself and mass-merchandise stores such as Target, Walmart and CVS.

The manufacturer's suggested retail price is: $6.99
I love the price. At first I thought if I needed to get another one it would be a bit expensive! Isn't it great the drano kit is also budget friendly?
Drano® Snake Plus is a new drain cleaning kit from the trusted drain experts that’s guaranteed to clear clogs the first time or it’s free*. Drano® Snake Plus combines an easy-to-use 18-inch flexible tool with a powerful pro concentrate gel, the most powerful gel from Drano®, which clings directly to the clog and helps dissolve it away.
This really works and I'm especially glad that if I need to use it again, it wont be expensive and I don't have to rent some machine or just depend on the liquid to work.

Great product for the home.

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I received the products mentioned above for free for evaluation purposes. Regardless, all opinions expressed are still 100% my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials In Advertising. JamericanSpice disclosure


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10 comments :

  1. We have a lot of problems with the bathroom sinks and toilets, we try to use drain cleaners and a plunger.

    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  2. We use a plunger for some problems and Drano for others.
    bethelderton59 at gmail dot com

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  3. We've been using Draino to clear our drains!

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  4. I always use Drano for my drains. It works like a charm every time. Thanks!
    romapup at gmail dot com

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  5. I am glad that worked out so well.

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  6. We handle them with the foaming pipe snake

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  7. Drano is always my number one choice for clogged drains! NOthing works better!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

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  8. You mean other than crying and batting your eyes at the spouse to fix it. I remember one time we actually had to borrow someones plumbers snake to fix a major clog we saw coming. Thank you

    candieluster(at)gmail(dot)com

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  9. we ususally use some kind of drain cleaner

    lmurley2000@yahoo.com

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