Root Killer – Roebic Foaming Root Killer

Roebic Foaming Root Killer
Kills roots in sanitary sewers
Inhibits new root growth
Does not contain copper
Roebic Foaming Root Killer contains Dichlbenil which kills the roots and prevents new growth. Roebic Foaming Root Killer can be used in toilets with septic systems.

Dichlobenil is absorbed on organic and inorganic sludge and clay in pipe joints providing residual control of root regrowth by inhibiting the development of actively dividing cells in root tips. New root growths formed outside the pipe joints are retarded or inhibited in growth when they come in contact with Dichlobenil inside the pipes.

Roebic Foaming Root Killer self-foams on contact with water. The foam acts as a carrying agent, putting the active ingredient in contact with the tree roots above the flow.
Roebic Foaming Root Killer is in two parts inside each container.

Application For Use In Sewer Lines:
Utilize a 1lb container of Roebic Foaming Root Killer in residential 4” sewer lines.
Add the entire contents of a 1lb bottle to the toilet bowl.
Flush immediately to avoid foam overflowing the bowl.
Flush a second time to push foam completely into the sewer line.
Then a third time if you have 1.6 gallon low flow toilet.
Restrict water usage for 4-6 hours.
Do not apply through sinks or tubs.

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