Our #1 Brand used by Septic Professionals in their own tanks (based on a nationally representative survey of septic professionals), is scientifically proven to break down waste. Rid-X contains 100% natural bacteria and enzymes proven to break down organic household waste. These bacteria were developed to be more active than the bacteria that naturally occurs in your septic tank. Used monthly, along with occasional pumping, Rid-X helps prevent expensive septic backups and helps keep your septic system operating efficiently and restores the delicate balance of beneficial septic tank bacteria and enzymes. Each box of Rid-X contains the following ingredients, scientifically proven to break down household waste: -Cellulase breaks down toilet paper, vegetable matter and some foods -Lipase breaks down fats, oils and grease -Protease breaks down proteins -Amylase breaks down starches Benefits and Features: Easy to use and inexpensive. Just flush it down the toilet. No mess, mixing or waiting. 1 Monthly dose of Rid-X for septic tanks up to 1500 gallons. Best results for Rid-X when plumbing will not be used such as before going to bed or leaving home for the day. Safe for all pipes and plumbing. Our septic tank bacteria formula contains no harmful or harsh chemicals and won't harm our pipes or plumbing. Use it with complete confidence.
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