Scour Power is a drain cleaner that will effectively clean the drain in your sink, plus your garbage disposal. To use it with your favorite soap, you can simply fill up the soap chamber on top and get to work. This device has two layers of flexible bristles that will clean the inside of your drain, as the scour pad on top cleans your drain's rim. The second layer of bristles also comes in handy when you need to reach deep down into a garbage disposal's chute. After you're done using the device, you can clean it without difficulty, as it's dishwasher safe, and it can be used again and again.
It's often difficult to obliterate a smelly odor that's coming from your sink or garbage disposal, but using Scour Power will help you do so in an efficient manner. All you'll need to do is plunge it into your drain and twist it, and follow that process with a quick rinse with your tap. The device is easy to spin, as it will spin a full 360 degrees. It'll get rid of almost any food that's been caked onto your drain or disposal, including noodles and soggy cereal, even if the grime has been there for a year. It can reach spots that standard sponges or brushes cannot, since it has flexible, compressible bristles.
Total Cost Breakdown
The cost of Scour Power is $10.00 plus $7.95 shipping, for a total price of $17.95.
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How to Use (Step by Step)
- Fill With Soap (optional)
If you wish to fill your Scour Power device with soap before you use it, open the small soap chamber on the top of the device and pour some soap in. Remember to close the chamber after you do so.
Next, plunge the device into the drain of your sink or garbage disposal, as if you're going to plunge a toilet.
Instead of moving your Scour Power device up and down, as you would if you were plunging a toilet, twist it around in circles in order to clean every nook and cranny of your drain.
After you clean your drain for a few minutes, remove the cleaning device and turn on your tap to rinse out the drain. By doing so, you'll ensure that any debris that the device has dislodged will travel down the drain.
- Garbage Disposal
Frequently dumping food down your kitchen sink can lead to the buildup of a putrid odor, especially if you dump things like canned fish or sour milk down its drain. Fortunately, you'll be able to flush out your drain and get rid of any bad smell present within it when you use Scour Power. Although the device has been designed for use in kitchen sinks, you may also be able to fit it into the drain of your bathroom sink, depending on its size.
It's inevitable that a garbage disposal will get filled with stinky waste that may stick to the sides of its chute and cause it to smell foul. However, this smell won't be permanent if you frequently use Scour Power to get the excess waste moving and out of there.
- Has White Bristles
- Bristles Are Flexible
- Spins 360 Degrees
- Dishwasher Safe
- Works With Any Soap
- Removes Old Dirt
Each Scour Power device has white bristles that will show dirt easily. If you can see dirt on the bristles, you'll know that you're using the device correctly, and if not, you'll know that you may need to modify your technique.
The Scour Power brush's two layers of bristles are flexible and compressible, so they'll be able to bend and twist to reach virtually any area of your drain that may contain dirt.
The fact that each brush spins 360 degrees will also help you clean virtually every square inch of your drain.
When you're done using your Scour Power device, you can run it through the dishwasher with a regular load.
There are no limits as to which type of soap you can insert in the device's soap reservoir before use.
Besides removing newly acquired debris, your Scour Power device will also remove dirt that has been caked onto a drain for up to a year.
- Standard Sponges and Brushes
- Pouring Chemicals Down Drain
- Reaching Down Disposal
You can use a variety of standard sponges and brushes to clean a drain, but these won't reach all of the spots that a Scour Power brush is able to.
Pouring chemicals down your drain will remove some of the waste and odor within, but it likely won't remove all of it, and the chemicals may damage your pipes.
You may be tempted to reach down your garbage disposal's chute and remove waste yourself, but this could result in an injury to you.