Artificial clogs were produced from soap chunks and dog hair with whole baby asparagus spears, as well as baby carrots bacon grease, duct tape with a paper towel. The testers used tiny pipes, PVC, and rusty nails to test for damages. Each product was mixed with water , then poured on an artificial blockage and then left for 45 mins and then for 12 hours.
Some drain cleaning products are laced with acid. Don’t use any of these products on pipes made of galvanized or stainless steel. They can also be made of aluminum or chrome. These products are best for plastic pipes.
Cleansers that were most effective for hair were lye, Drano as well as Liquid Plummer. Clobber (sulfuric acid) was the best product for vegetable use. Drano and Liquid plumer as well as hydrochloric acid, Clobber was the most effective with grease. None of the products worked on the paper towel or the tape.
Pipes were the hardest hit by hydrochloric and sulfuric acid.
Don’t mix drain cleaners because it could result in dangerous chemical reactions. e45r7ke89n.