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May 27, 2010


Welcome to the official Drain-Net blog!

Most people recognize the value of maintaining our cars, buildings, equipment, and even our own bodies.  One reason we do this is because it saves us money in the long run.  No one thinks twice about changing your oil every few months because we know that if we don’t, the engine will eventually breakdown and fail.

Sadly, too many people take this approach with their drains.  They let trash, debris, and grease continue to go down them until the pipes clog and fail. The only option left is to call a plumber to do an emergency fix.  Some postpone the inevitable drain clog with dangerous chemicals, but this only puts a band-aid on the problem and can be costly as well.

Your plumber can fix your drain clog, but can they prevent it from ever happening again?  Drain-Net takes a completely different approach than your plumber.   Over the years we have worked with business owners and homeowners to develop the very best in preventative plumbing products.

If you are tired of repeatedly calling the plumber and paying for costly cleanings and repairs, try giving us a call or visit to learn how you can permanently eliminate your drain problems.  In addition to preventing drain clogs, our products can help cure other drain issues such as foul odors, sewer flies, health code violations, and wet slippery floors.  If you’re not using a Drain-Net, you might as well be throwing money down the drain.

With that said, we would like to welcome you to the official Drain-Net blog!  Your friends at Drain-Net will be working to make this the number one internet resource and community for preventative plumbing solutions.  And finally, we encourage our readers to make posts about their experiences with drain related issues.  Don’t be afraid to post questions so that we or one of our readers can help you out.  Thanks for visiting and we will see you again!

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  1. kim gordon
    Jan 21 2011

    i have been trying for 2 days to unclog my kitchen sink, I have tried liquid plumber, vinegar and baking soda, plunger (for hours) and boiled water.

    I see some hard grease floating on the water, so it could be grease?

    My dishwasher is also clogged with 2 inches of dirty water.

    The water is clogged on both side of sink, one is the disposal.

    Please help!!!!


  2. jsalzmann
    Jan 27 2011

    Grease, food scraps, and debris are a likely cause of your drain problem at home. Unfortunately it sounds like you may need to call a plumber. Once the drain is cleaned out we have a number of preventative plumbing products that may help you out. Number one, make sure you have a sink strainer. You may view these products at:

    Next, try to keep grease, fat, and oil from entering your sink. I suggest our fat trapper which is an easy way to collect, store, and dispose of. You can view this at:

    Finally, if you do not currently have an effective garbage disposal unit, you may want to try getting a Wet Waste Interceptor to capture all of the food and debris that can go down your drains. You can view this product at:

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