RID-X Septic System Treatment will give septic system homeowners peace of mind by helping maintain a free-flowing system. This RID-X Septic System Treatment 6-Dose Liquid formula is scientifically formulated with special bacteria and enzymes to digest household waste. By adding RID-X to the septic system every month, along with regular pumping, you can help prevent septic backups and prolong the life of your system. This supply is enough for six months of treatment and can also be used to keep drain pipes running smoothly.
Properly maintaining your septic system will help it operate at full efficiency. RID-X helps maintain your system with advanced enzymes that start working immediately to break down household waste and natural bacteria that work continuously to help reduce tank buildup. RID-X replenishes the delicate balance of beneficial bacteria and enzymes that help reduce the rate of sludge accumulation in your tank. Ultimately, this helps prevent disgusting and expensive septic tank failures and backups.
RID-X contains billions of 100 percent natural active bacteria and enzymes that have been scientifically proven to digest septic waste. Cellulase breaks down toilet paper, vegetable matter, and some foods; lipase breaks down fats, oils, and grease; protease breaks down proteins; and amylase breaks down starches. Combined, these active ingredients help prevent buildup in your septic system.
Simply pour RID-X liquid down the toilet and flush. There is no need for complicated mixing, waiting, or cleaning up. And using RID-X once a month will help maintain a healthy balance of bacteria in your septic tank throughout the year. Always remember to use RID-X along with regular pumping.
The specially selected bacteria and enzymes found in RID-X are the same as those already found in your septic system. The formula contains no harmful chemicals and is completely safe for your pipes and septic system, so you can use it monthly with confidence.
RID-X Septic System Treatment 6-Dose Liquid (48-Ounces).
*Based on 52-week ACNielsen unit share data period ending June 18, 2011