We recommend treating at night before bed to allow the InVade Bio Drain to be in the drain undisturbed for 6-8 hours.
Yes, InVade Bio Drain will work in an RV. Be sure that you are cleaning your system as directed.
We recommend that you apply 4 oz of Invade Drain Gel in each drain opening when they are not in use. You should refrain from running water down the drain after application so the product has time to be effective in breaking up the organic matter in the drain. We also suggest appling 2-3 squirts of Gentrol IGR Aerosol after the drain gel to impede the insects reproductive cycle. Please let us know if you need anything else.
To use Invade Bio Drain:
InVade Bio Drain Gel contains natural microbes, citrus oil, a gelling agent, and an emulsifier. The microbes consist of bacillus bacteria that eat away naturally at the organic scum buildup in drains and on floors and other areas with frequent food and water contact. Citrus oil aids in cleaning and also leaves a fresh scent after InVade Bio Drain is used. The remaining ingredients thicken and stabilize the liquid, helping it to coat drains and other treatment surfaces.
InVade Bio Drain probably won't be the best product to use in your situation. You can turn the water off to the toilet and flush it so that the bowl and the tank are empty. Thoroughly scrub both, paying special attention to the area under the lip of the bowl and the tank. While the toilet is drained, you can apply Invade Hot Shot Foam to the tank and the bowl and let it sit overnight to clean all of the cracks and crevices that you may not be able to clean properly. This process may need to be repeated a few times before you are able to get rid of all of the gunk that has built up over time.
Yes, InVade Bio Drain consists of microbes of bacillus bacteria that eat away naturally at the organic scum buildup in drains and on floors and other areas with frequent food and water contact.
InVade Bio Drain is a thick gel that slowly coats the inside of pipes as it is applied. The micro-organisms in the drain gel naturally break down the organic buildup inside the treated drains. This is why you want to wait as long as possible before using treated drains, so you are allowing the product to work before it is washed away. Once the drain is used, then some of the gel may remain in other parts of the pipe and continue to work if there is buildup in the pipes. If you are using the recommended 4 oz of drain gel per use, then this would not be enough product to move the water out of the p-trap.