Ronnie at the Eb,where I have cleaned the lines for the last 4 years or so,was advised that the Chemisphere Pipeline product is The Thing to use.Today we tried it for the first time.After several months of seeing no detritus in the bottom of the bucket today there was a bit of crap appeared from 4 of the 6 handpull lines.The 6 top pressure lines showed no problems as per the guidance of the Chemisphere gen.Personally I’m chuffed to bollocks.
What I want to know is;
In what way does the action of a Potassium Hydroxide based solution differ from one that is Sodium Hydroxide based?
Which one of the two is less likely to interfere adversely with the septic tank sewerage facilities that continue to be all the rage in our part of rural Lincolnshire?
Why does the green colour match that of the John Smiths Smooth Font?
Why are the recommended concentration levels greater than those of a Sodium Hydroxide based product?
I have a genuine interest in doing my bit right which is why I would like to understand what I am dealing with.Answers please…