In taking care of your septic tank, you need to feed your system with rotten tomatoes every now and then. If flushing down some yeast won’t work, maybe another better way to fix and repair your septic tank is to utilize old tomatoes in your fridge. By doing this, you are able to grow bacteria in your septic system by grinding them down into your garbage system.
An average of 3 to 4 tomatoes every 4 months will be enough to be able to provide good bacteria to your septic tank and break down waste. If you do not have any garbage disposal available at home and you need a way to get rid of the tomatoes, you may crush them and put inside a bag so you can dump these tomatoes down the toilet for the same cleaning results.
In cleaning and maintaining your septic tank, you should avoid putting certain chemicals and items in your tank. You need to remember that you should not throw down any kinds of raw or cooked meat, grease, cooking oils, and fats.
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