Septic Dose Chart & Instructions
1. Dose for Maintaining Septic Tank: For household septic systems, add 8 to 16 ounces Septic Medic per 500 gallons tank volume, repeat every 60 to 90 days.
2. Dose for Solving Problems: For severe sulfide odors, clogged drain field, or excess sludge problems, add 16 ounces of Septic Medic per 500 gallons once a week, every week, until problems are solved then switch to maintenance dose.
Example: In household septic tanks up to 2,000 gallons in size, use one quart of Septic Medic every 60 to 90 days, or as needed to maintain peak performance.
Always shake well before dosing. Dose product directly down commode or toilet, then flush to move Septic Medic through plumbing to septic tank. Septic Medic is completely safe for all plumbing. Product will populate septic tank with beneficial bacteria, eliminate sulfide odors, enhance the tank performance, digest excess sludge, and provide peace of mind. Flush, and then forget about it! Storage & Shelf Life »
Tips and Tricks for Best Results
- Shake before using.
- Septic Medic is unique in that it will eliminate the sulfide odors throughout your septic system. Use Septic Medic regularly according to directions, and that rotten egg smell will be a thing of the past.
- Septic Medic is very easy to use. Simply pour Septic Medic into your toilet, sink, or any other drain feeding into your septic system. Septic Medic will consume sludge, unclog drain fields, restore efficiency to sluggish tanks, reduce pumping frequency, and is the only septic additive guaranteed to eliminate sulfide odor.
- Dose 8 to 16 ounces of Septic Medic per 500 gallon volume. For best results, use one quart of Septic Medic every 60 to 90 days to insure proper septic operations.
- If you are dealing with a severe problem, treat weekly until the issue goes away.
- Do not allow Septic Medic to freeze. Shake before using.
- Septic Medic will unclog grease, fat, and other organic wastes that may be blocking your drain field, or that result or poor drainage and puddling problems. However, Septic Medic will not destroy roots that have invaded the drain field. If roots have blocked your drain field, consult your local professional septic tank expert for advice.