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Nature’s Grace is superb for deodorizing carpets, toilet and urinal areas, kennels, cigarette urns, bed pans, and similar places where foul odors are present.
Nature’s Grace contains living bacteria and enzyme suspensions, which attack solids such as grease, fats, proteins, carbohydrates, and sugars instantly destroying malodors. It eliminates it at the source and digests grease and organic waste naturally. This product is guaranteed salmonella free.
Our unique bacteria blend offers greater continuous digestion while resisting chlorine, disinfectants and high water temperatures. This powerful digestant also contains special enzymes that immediately break down starch and complex carbohydrates. Unlike detergents that simply push grease into sewer lines, these bacterial strains work together to quickly and naturally degrade organic waste. This process not only eliminates greasy accumulations, but also helps eliminate obnoxious odors at the molecular level while the pleasant fragrance keeps traps and plumbing lines smelling fresh.
Continuous use of Nature’s Grace drastically reduces plumbing maintenance costs and reduces pump-out frequency, making it the ideal grease trap maintainer. It utilizes the latest biological technology to keep grease traps and drain lines free from clogs and foul odors
General Deodorizing: Superb for deodorizing carpets, toilet and urinal areas, kennels, cigarette urns, bed pans, and similar places where foul odors are present.
Grease Traps: Initial treatment- pour 1qt. into opening closest to trap, prior to its longest non-use period. For maintenance purposes, use 4 oz. daily. (Large traps may require additional amounts).
Sink Drains: 4 oz. twice weekly. vary amount and frequency according to usage and size of drain.
Recreational Vehicles: Add 3 oz. per gallon of liquid in holding tank.
Porta Toilets: Add 1 qt. to solids to deodorize and aid in digestion.
Lagoons: 1qt. for each 10,000 gallon capacity. This can vary depending on feeding equipment used and condition of lagoon