By SLS from MI
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By capn sticky07/19/2010
Crystal toilet bowl cleaners have evidently been discontinued for environmental or safety reasons (Sani-Flush and Vanish Crystals were the main brands.) The active ingredient was sodium bisulfate, which releases an acid when dissolved in water. This was very effective for removing calcium deposits caused by hard water. The liquid cleaners are basic, not acid. I suspect the acid is bad for septic systems, but probably would not harm a city sewer treatment system. Sodium bisulfate crystals can be purchased at a Pool Supply store, sold as Dry Acid, Ph Lower, Ph Down, etc. Intended use is adjusting pool and spa Ph level. Read and follow all precautions.
Do not get in eyes!
By Dena Roberts 12/04/2009
I bought some a few months ago at Canadian Tire. It's a store sort of like Walmart, but with mostly car, sports, and outdoor stuff.
By Suntydt 12/03/2009
I did a search at ASK and got these results http://www.ask.com/web?qsrc=2417&o=0&l=dir&q=Sani+Flush+sale
I found this at Amazon http://www.amazon.com/Reckitt-Benck ... oducts&qid=1259886053&sr=8-1
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Where can I buy Sani-Flush? My mom is looking for it and can't find it anywhere.
By JSKA980405 from Goshen, IN
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