Biomaster – Flush-It® 12-Month Supply – Septic Tank Treatment Product

If you have a nasty septic smell – it is not only embarrassing, but it is unhealthy.

Pumping the tank out will not necessarily fix the smell. Your septic smells because there are not sufficient bacteria in the tank to degrade the waste properly. Just one sachet of Flush-It® dropped into the toilet pan last thing at night once a month is the answer to your septic and drain field problem.

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BiomasterFlush-It® 12-Month Supply – Septic Tank Treatment Product is the cheapest way to keep your septic tank healthy on a month to month basis. There are many things that can cause your system to fail and the most common ones are due to a low bacteria count. It is also important to make sure that you are using ‘Septic Safe’ cleaning products and avoiding any anti-bacterial product.

One Sachet is sufficient for up to six people for a month and if you have more than one toilet make sure you alternate to keep the pipework clean.

Top Tips:
1. Let the Sachet dissolve in the toilet bowl (always fun to watch) and then flush.
2. Best done last thing at night, so the bacteria can eat the waste in the pipework.
3. If a family member is on heavy medication you may need to use Flush-It more frequently to fight the antibacterial elements in their waste.

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