I just saw a TV commercial for these Sani Sticks.
They say to drop these sticks in any drain to clear the drain.
Isnt that going to CLOG the drain? I can see hair and other debris
getting wrapped around these sticks....
Their website is:
Which really does not say much about the product, just how to order it.
On Wed, 30 Dec 2015 00:23:46 -0600, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I think you are thinking of real sticks.
These probably dissolve.
Their big advantage is that they're small enough to go in the little
holes that some drains have. But I wipe away the hair and throw it
in the waste basket. Invented in the year 421 by Jacob Waste.
On Wed, 30 Dec 2015 02:33:19 -0600, email@example.com wrote:
As luck would have it, I was just in the bathtub, how appropriate, and
I saw their commercial. If I were out of the bathtub, I'd probably
fast forward, but I wathced it.
It doesn't say they last a month, only that you should use one a
month. It's just a gimmick to keep you using them.
I listen sometimes to an out of town radio station and before
Thanksgiving they were trying to get people to have their drains
cleaned whether they need it or not, because they'd be needing the
drain when they had company for thanksgiving. More spending on
things one doesn't need.
On Wed, 30 Dec 2015 00:23:46 -0600
It is clear after the chemical is gone the stick
will just stay in the drain.
After a few months the drain will be completely clogged.
Then you will need to call a plumber/drain cleaner
who will give a kick back to Sanisticks.
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