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Cleaners which claim that their enzymes will help septic tanks digest better have not been found to be effective Bacteria and microorganisms in your septic tank produce their own enzymes and eat only as much as their own enzymes can digest. If your septic tank seems sluggish or overwhelmed, flush a small amount of soil down the drain to replenish the bacteria and microorganisms in your septic tank. Each teaspoon of soil contains hundreds of microorganisms.

Use: Avoid septic tank cleaners containing organic solvents. If you are using a septic tank cleaner that contains lye products or sodium bisulfate, wear gloves, goggles, and a respirator with an organic vapor cartridge to avoid fumes and splashes.

Storage: Store out of the reach of children. If the cleaner is in a glass jar, store it inside a plastic container and clearly label the outside of the container with the contents. Store on a high shelf or in a locked cabinet.

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