I pulled the toilet off the floor today it would not flush.
Feb 16, RootX 2lb: stumpcutting.bar 4lb: stumpcutting.bar Sulfate: stumpcutting.bar Root Kill: stumpcutting.bar Salt. Sulfuric acid. Again, not necessarily recommended in terms of your sewer system’s health, but some people (including some drain technicians) swear removal of tree roots from drains a good dose of sulfuric acid once tree roots have been cleared.
Sulfuric acid is highly dangerous, however, and full PPE should be worn when dealing with this stumpcutting.barted Reading Time: 10 mins. Rock Salt Can Kill Roots by Drying Them Out The first method is to pour sodium chloride or copper sulfate, or rock salt, into your toilet. Pour a half pound of the salt into your toilet and flush as many times as you need to clean out the bowl, and repeat this process until you’ve flushed 2 pounds of salt.
Jul 27, Take a few buckets of very hot water, and dump them into the drain. Notice if the water flows nicely and free down the drain, or if it is still a bit slow when draining. If the water is still draining slowly, you may have missed some tree roots, and the steps using the drain snake may have to be repeated to make sure all roots are stumpcutting.barted Reading Time: 3 mins.