|Posted by hj on October 05, 1999 at 00:18:27:|
|In response to Re: sewer gases|
I recommend using automobile anti-freeze. It will stay in the drain until water is run into the drain flushing the antifreeze out, and then it will have to be replaced.
: Our home is 32 years old..and we have had sewer gases and the plumber suggested we pour water in the floor drain in our basement a couple of times of day...well this really gets old...plus I've tried clorox and pine sal cleaner but they only last for a time....any suggestions? when they came to install our new furnace they said this wasn't healthy because the floor drain is right next to the furnace....thank you...Mrs. S
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