Green Gobbler Drain Opening Pacs

Green Gobbler Drain Opening Pacs break down grease, hair, and other organic materials. Green Gobbler is eco-friendly, biodegradable, and safe to use in all types of sink, shower, and tub drains—including copper and PVC—as well as in garbage disposals, toilets, and septic tanks.Simply open a packet of Green Gobbler and pour the granules into the drain. Green Gobbler Drain Opening Pacs are available at The Home Depot.

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Jodi Marks: Well, there are a lot of solutions for your clogged drains. And I’ll tell you, I think I’m on this aisle just about once a month, because with my hair, I’m either clogging the sink drain or the shower drain.

And there are a lot of options, but let me talk to you about this one. This is the Green Gobbler, eco-friendly, bio-degradable way to unclog your drains.

Now, the nice thing about this is it comes in these pre-measured packets. There’s three packets in this little container. So it’s already measured, ready to go. All you got to do is open it up, and put the granules down the drain, and let it go to town.

It can clean your drains of hair, grease, food that’s clogged up in there. It can also eliminate the paper that’s in there. And it comes with this little snake that helps you get the clogs out as well.

Now, this is safe for your copper pipes. Also for septic tanks or PVC. So it’s a really great solution if you’re looking for an eco-friendly way to unclog those drains.


  1. My bathroom sink is clogged. I purchased a drain comb, it’s about 18 inches long with barbs. I pulled nothing out.
    Next I opened P trap, inserting snake.
    It went in about 2 feet stopping. I pulled nothing out.
    I’ve used drain cleaners, even used muratic acid . Still clogged.
    Not my toilet is leaking.
    I think plunging broke the seal.
    Please give me some suggestions prior to calling another plumber out.
    It cost me over $500. Last month to find roots in my holding tank.

  2. I read the reviews on this product on the Home Depot website. After doing so, I don’t think I’d risk using it. It sounds downright dangerous to pipes, no matter what they’re made of. For now, I think I’ll stick to Drano, which I’ve used for years.


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