Natural cesspool cleaners are becoming more and more popular with home owners worldwide. As part of this post, we will touch on the effects of anti bacterial hand soaps, toxic household cleaning chemicals and excessive amounts of water on cesspools, cesspits and septic tanks and drain fields.
The use of beneficial bacterial natural cesspool cleaners has been an issue that has long been up for debate. Over the years it has always gone without saying that in an attempt to preserve the septic system integrity and its ability to continually digest solids, cesspit additives were not to be used in a septic system. As the old saying went, never add anything to a cesspool, cesspit or septic tank.
With the wide spread use of anti bacterial hand soaps and anti bacterial household cleaners, the use of natural cesspool cleaners is becoming more and more popular with home owners. With more than 5% of all septic systems failing each year, it is of the opinion of several renowned scientist that anti bacterial hand soaps and anti bacterial cleaners are at least partially to blame for the uptick in septic system failures.
Cesspools, cesspits and septic tanks are all designed to work as an onsite waste water treatment system, digesting solid waste generated by the homeowner. The digestion process is possible due to an abundance of coli form bacteria produced by the human body. The coli form bacteria break down solids waste material into a liquid effluent before it flows out into the drain field. The effluent seeps into the ground where it is filtered through the soil yet again going through another digestion process further filtering the waste before it is returned to the water table.
Natural cesspool cleaners are and important part of required cesspool maintenance. Reframe from using anti bacterial products and treat your system with a Natural cesspool bacterial enzyme in an effort to maintain cesspool integrity ensuring the long gevity and a trouble free system.