Dilution and Directions
Drain lines and Down pipes: For clogged drains add 1 pint and follow with cool water. Allow to sit for 8 hours and flush thoroughly with water. For regular maintenance of drains, use product 2 times weekly to a maximum of 4 times depending on usage of the building. Add 4 oz.of product for each 2 inches of pipe size.
Grease traps: For traps less than 20 cubic feet, add 8-10 oz. daily by pouring in a sink or pipeline closest to the trap. This should be done at night or when the traps are rarely used. After adding, flush down with a cup of lukewarm water. For grease traps larger than 20 cubic feet, add 20 oz. daily using the same procedure.
General odor control: To eliminate odor caused by vomit, spoiled foods, decomposed animals or animal waste in areas such as garbage cans, waste receptacles, locker rooms, carpet, etc., spray product directly on malodor and allow the bacterial action to ingest the material while the pleasant fragrance immediately neutralizes odor.
Carpet Spotting: Vacuum carpet thoroughly. Use product as is or dilute with an equal part of water. Apply with a pump or hand sprayer. Keep moist at least 30 minutes. Repeat if necessary. Absorb residue with a clean towel.
Carpet deodorizing and digesting organic waste: 1) Spot clean and vacuum carpet thoroughly. Mix 1/2 to 1 pint product per gallon of water. Apply with pump or hand spry. Keep moist at least 30 minutes. Repeat if odor persists. 2) Use in conjuction with carpet cleaning equipment. Use 1/2 to 1 pint product to every gallon of mixed cleaner. Use with all types of carpet cleaning equipment and methods, including tank, bush, bonnet, and extraction cleaning. Port-a-toilets: Add 1 gallon directly and cover the solids with water to aid digestion. Each time toilet is pumped, start treatment again with 1 gallon of product.
Septic Tank: Add 1 pint per 25 cubic ft. capacity for the initial treatment. Thereafter, use 8 oz. per week. Pour directly into toilet and flush. If septic tank is clogged and odorous, add 1 gallon of product directly to tank through the manhole.
Recreational Vehicles and boats: Add 2 oz. per gallon of water in hold tank.
Thereafter, use 1 oz. per gallon as needed. For use at a dump station, use 1 gallon per
50 gallon of tank capacity. Then use 1 pint per week for maintenance.