Why Can't You Put Drano Down the Toilet?

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Mixing different cleaners, including clog removers such as Drano, can create a dangerous or even deadly mixture. Drano contains ammonia, and some toilet cleaners contain bleach, including toilet tank tablets. Mixing bleach and ammonia will produce
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Firstly, pouring Drano into a toilet or gully is illegal and you may be fined by a city official. Secondly, Drano is a highly explosive chemical when mixed with water, so pouring
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Drano is a drain cleaner and should
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The heat it generates will ruin the porcelain coating. Could even crack the bowl. Buy an enzyme drain cleaner such as Draincare by Zep.
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