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Mr Muscle Power 5 Uses 250g Drain Granules Now £1.79 + Free Click & Collect @ Robert Dyas
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Mr Muscle Power 5 Uses 250g Drain Granules Now £1.79 + Free Click & Collect @ Robert Dyas

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Posted 16th Jan

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Was £3.99, then £1.99, Now £1.79 with code VCJAN10 , free C&C

You can unblock the grease in your sink with these Mr Muscle Drain Granules to do the hard work for you!

They will cut through those tough kitchen clogs in no time at all so that you don’t have to! Clean and freshen up your pipes easily with these granules that are safe to use on all pipes for your convenience.

They will clear blocked kitchen sinks, plugholes and pipes easily, eliminating those bad odours too for your ease.

These granules are easy to use as you can pop them down your sink with some warm water to get to work removing the blockage.

Features and Benefits
  • Powerful – Cut through those tough blockages in no time at all with these granules doing the hard work for you.
  • Odour removal – Say bye bye to any nasty lingering smells coming from your kitchen plug hole with these granules!
  • Easy to use – Just pour some granules into your kitchen drain and pour warm water than wait for 15 minutes before running some cold water down too.3389298.jpg
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7 Comments
Thanks, Op. Best deal around, but no Dyas near me!
(£2 in Asda, which is more convenient for me.)
Thanks OP.

Great price for a useful product
This sh*t doesn't work. I tried almost every product on supermarket shelves promising to clear a clogged kitchen sink, none helped. Then poured in soda crystals in warm water overnight for 3 days and drain is as good as new! I now use soda crystals as a precautionary measure every couple of months and not have had a problem since.
dush_yant16/01/2020 09:09

This sh*t doesn't work. I tried almost every product on supermarket …This sh*t doesn't work. I tried almost every product on supermarket shelves promising to clear a clogged kitchen sink, none helped. Then poured in soda crystals in warm water overnight for 3 days and drain is as good as new! I now use soda crystals as a precautionary measure every couple of months and not have had a problem since.



Thanks for the tip, will have to try this out.
Bestbitter16/01/2020 08:37

Thanks, Op. Best deal around, but no Dyas near me! (£2 in Asda, which …Thanks, Op. Best deal around, but no Dyas near me! (£2 in Asda, which is more convenient for me.)


thx for the info, * Asda are suspended from this site
dush_yant16/01/2020 09:09

This sh*t doesn't work. I tried almost every product on supermarket …This sh*t doesn't work. I tried almost every product on supermarket shelves promising to clear a clogged kitchen sink, none helped. Then poured in soda crystals in warm water overnight for 3 days and drain is as good as new! I now use soda crystals as a precautionary measure every couple of months and not have had a problem since.


Thanks for the info i will definitely try this one
I once bought a drain unblocker device from b&q it was like a flexible springy wire, can't remember if it was one that you rotate with a handle, I think that was a good device at the time it was only a couple of quid, don't know where it went as I only used it once.
Since then whenever I notice the sink draining slowly I have managed without anything by keeping sinks clean, not allowing any junk, food, waste or whatever to go down the hole and at times flushing a volume of water letting gravity to force debris away and hot water.
although recently have noticed slow draining in one sink and am thinking I may need something a little more effective.
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