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Wet Wipes Are Clogging Homeowners' Plumbing and City Sewer Systems, but a New Product Offers a Solution

Fresh Dab

CANTON, Mass., May 15, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The Internet is filled with reports from homeowners that have spent hundreds, and in some cases thousands, of dollars to unclog pipes and repair or replace ruined septic systems after flushing wet wipes. The problem has grown so much that cities are now asking that residents no longer flush any wet wipes down the toilet, including those marketed as "flushable" because they may block city sewer pipes. But a new product called Fresh Dab personal hygiene gel offers a solution by using toilet paper in place of a pre-moistened wipe.

Mr. Rooter Advises Caution at Home When Unclogging Drains as Sluggish Economy Inspires More Do-It-Yourself Plumbers

Mr. Rooter Unclogging Drains

Seattle, Wa (PRWEB) March 28, 2012 -- Mr. Rooter, a Seattle plumber, understands that times are tough for many area residents, and when unclogging drains a common response is to do-it-yourself (DIY). Most minor clogs can be diagnosed and dealt with easily, as long as the person doing the unclogging pays close attention to these common issues that can make all the difference in a successful DIY experience.

If you do not feel comfortable performing any of the following unclogging methods, be sure to call a plumbing professional.

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