Enz-O-Matic Organic Waste Degrader & Odor Neutralizer

Contains Live Enzyme-Producing Bacterial Cultures

Enz-O-Matic™ contains over 200 billion live bacterial cultures per gallon of concentrate. This high concentration of non-pathogenic, live bacteria cultures produce enzymes to rapidly degrade all forms of organic wastes. Plus, Enz-O-Matic™ cleans and deodorizes with a unique blend of special surfactants and proprietary odor counteractant fragrances, providing instant odor control and pleasant fragrance to freshen the air. It’s VOC Compliant and perfect for use in floor drains, drain lines, grease traps, organic stains, septic systems and more.

 

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Instruction For Use (Shake Well Before Using):

Important: Do not use hot or boiling water, disinfectants, bleach, chlorinated products or harsh drain openers during or after use of Enz-O-Matic™. Use of the materials will kill the bacteria and render the product ineffective.

Bathrooms: To digest odor-causing organic residue around urinals, toilets and sinks and to remove uric acid salts and stains:

  1. Dilute 8 to 16 oz. of Enz-O-Matic™ per gallon of water, depending on the severity of the organic waste problem.
  2. To remove uric salts, stains and odors, wash down the contaminated area with diluted solution. Before surface dries, spray area with undiluted Enz-O-Matic™ and allow to dwell on the surface overnight.
  3. Repeat daily until stains and odors are gone.
  4. Thereafter, use on a weekly or monthly basis for preventative maintenance.

Carpet Stain And Odor Removal: Effective on organic stains. Always test fabric or carpet in an inconspicuous area for colorfastness or other adverse effects before use. Mix 1 part Enz-O-Matic™ with 1-2 parts water. Wet spot thoroughly wth lukewarm water. Spray Enz-O-Matic™ solution on problem area and brush thoroughly into stain. Rinse with clear water and blot dry. Repeat procedure if necessary.

Grease Traps: For best results, start with a clean trap. For small grease traps (less than 20 cubic feet), pour 6-8 ounces of Enz-O-Matic™ down the main drain closet to trap. For larger traps and systems with heavy loading, use 16-18 ounces per day. Enz-O-Matic™ should be added at night or when traps are used the least. After adding, flush down with a cup of lukewarm water to promote the bacterial growth.

Septic Tanks: Add 16 ounces per 25 cubit feet capacity for the initial treatment. Thereafter, use 8 ounces per week. Pour directly into toilet and flush. If the septic tank is clogged and odorous, add 1 gallon of Enz-O-Matic™directly to the tank through the manhole. If septic tank is fouled, double the dosage for the first 1-3 months.

Urinals: Pour 16-23 ounces of Enz-O-Matic™ into urinal. Do not flush. Repeat as needed.

Drain lines and down pipes: Always start with lower floors. Pour 8 ounces into the drain and flush with 1 cup of lukewarm water. Treat during times of least use. Use the product 2-4 times depending on the size of the building and piping.

Packaging: Quarts (.946 l) packed 12 per case, Gallon Bottle (3.78 l), packed 4 per case, 5 Gallon Pail (18.92 l),  55 Gallon Drums (207.9 l).

 

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