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Sani Sticks are small sticks that you can drop down the drain of any sink, bathtub or shower in order to stop dirt and nasty odors from building up. These sticks are small to begin with, and dissolve over time, so even as they move through your pipes, they won't block them. Each is filled with a combination of concentrated yet powerful enzymes that will break down food, grease and other unwanted substances that are clogging your drains, leaving them totally clear for water to flow through.
The cost of Sani Sticks is $10.00 plus $6.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Sani Sticks at the discounted price of only $4.99 for a total price of $21.98.
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To begin using your Sani Sticks, simply drop one stick vertically down your chosen drain. This could be the drain of your bathroom sink, kitchen sink, bathtub, shower or mop sink—these'll work in any drain. Make sure you've pushed the entire stick in the drain without any bit sticking out, so it'll be able to properly travel down the pipe within.
Once you've sent one stick down your drain, you won't need to do anything else for a month's time. During this month, the stick will slowly dissolve on its own while ridding your drain of grease, food, other organic material and the smells associated with these things.
After a month's time, you'll need to replace your Sani Stick by repeating the first step with a new stick. If you notice there's still some odor coming from your sink, or it's still a bit blocked, don't try inserting two sticks. You'll just need to wait a little longer for the sticks to work their magic and your sink to come completely clean.
Once you've gently pushed one sanitation stick down your drain, it'll rest in your pipe, where it'll become submerged in any water that flows down the drain. This water will release a concentrated blend of sanitizing enzymes from the stick as it passes through, and these enzymes will completely clean out your drain as the stick dissolves in the pipe. Your stick won't completely pass through your pipe, but the enzymes released from it will, giving the pipe a thorough cleaning. When your pipe and drain are both clean, they should lose any unpleasant smell they may have had, too.
Not only do these sanitizing sticks rid drains of unpleasant odors, they leave a fresh smell behind in its place. This smell isn't similar to that of a heavy perfume, so even people who don't like heavy scents will likely enjoy it.
Each Sani Stick is smaller than a drinking straw, so you'll be able to carry these sticks almost anywhere with you, such as from room to room or even to the cottage or work. Since each package is fairly flat, one will likely fit in an average-sized pocket.
These sticks come in sets of 24, so you'll receive enough to clean two sinks each month for a year, or four sinks each month for six months.
Sani Sticks are safe for use within all septic systems, so you'll never have to worry about one blocking up your system and interfering with the job you intended to use it to solve. After a month has passed since you've put one through your drain, due each stick's dissolving nature, it'll be as if there was never one there.
Females tend to use more beauty products than males, and often have longer hair that can get stuck in a bathtub or shower drain, so these sticks are especially useful in households with multiple women. They'll make short work of any greasy residue from hair and beauty products, or tangled-up pieces of long hair, so water will be able to run through your drain as efficiently as possible.
It can be embarrassing to entertain guests when the drain in your kitchen sink or bathroom sink is emitting some awful odor, and sometimes even the strongest air fresheners won't cover up the smell. Fortunately, when you use Sani Sticks, you'll no longer have to deal with this humiliating issue, as your drain will no longer stink. Instead, you'll be able to comfortably invite your guests to use your bathroom or wash their hands in your kitchen.
You can hire a plumber to fix a clogged-up sink, but you'll need to have the necessary financial resources to do so, and you'll likely need to supervise them as they do their job. If you use Sani Sticks instead, you'll only have to spend a few minutes each month on keeping your sinks clean, instead of up to several hours with a plumber.
When your sink is clogged up, another option is unclogging it with a hand plunger, but this can be tiring and may not always work. Plus, plungers take up a lot of space in certain areas, and besides not getting rid of gross odors, they sometimes smell bad themselves. If you obtain some Sani Sticks, you may eventually be able to get rid of your plunger.
Some people will choose to wait around until their sink, shower or bathtub has fully drained, wasting their time, but this isn't a good long-term solution. If a drain gets clogged enough, all the water won't get through, no matter how long you wait.
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