Invade SeptiTreat- Professional Strength
Invade SeptiTreat is a 100% natural biological treatment to keep septic systems functioning properly and sewer lines flowing. The professional quality, premium natural microbial bacteria in SeptiTreat helps breakdown and digest organic waste. This waste includes oils, fats, grease (FOG), proteins, carbohydrates, cellulose and urea. If the septic system backs up and does not work properly, foul odors and lawn damage could result. SepiTreat digests the organic waste. SeptiTreat's bacteria help replenish the natural bacteria needed to breakdown an abundance of organic waste. If too much disinfectant chemicals have been used, the natural bacteria may be eliminated. SepiTreat will also restore natural bacteria to the system.
Septic System - Important To Keep Well Maintained
The organic waste in the fats, oils, grease, carbohydrates, and urea can all buildup in your septic system. This build up can clog the drain field, causing odors and lawn damage. The natural microbes that break down this septic waste are not always capable of keeping your septic system running optimally. In the worst case scenario, they fail to keep up with the addition of new waste and you are left with a wet, smelly, and dangerous back up spilling out onto your property. A backup can be an expensive and dirty job to correct, often requiring excavation of your property to access the septic system.
How To Use SeptiTreat
An average home only needs one 8 oz bottle poured into the toilet and flushed on a every 3 months. It may also be poured down a drain, followed by a gallon of water. Results are best if applied at a time of low flow.
- Contains premium natural microbes that digest organic waste including: fats, oils, grease, carbohydrates, proteins, cellulose and urea
- Each 8 oz bottle will treat a typical home septic system for 3 months
- Reduces odors and frequency of pump outs
- Replenishes natural bacteria that can be overloaded by large amounts of waste or excessive use of disinfectant chemicals
- Simply applied by pouring into any drain or toilet that leads to the septic tank
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