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  Applying Rootx



Applying Rootx through an clean-out


 Step 1


Gather your materials, choose a 2# or 4# jar of Rootx, a bucket, and a stir stick.


Step 2


Empty the contents of the Rootx jar into the bucket.


Step 3


Mix well; Mix the dry components of the Rootx jar completely. It is important that the two parts of the Rootx canister mix  thoroughly. Thorough mixing insures optimal foaming and root coating


Step 4


Pour the dry Rootx down the clean-out valve or opening, Do not add water to the bucket just pour in the dry mixture "Tip" Always pour the entire amount of Rootx you will use at the same time in the same location.


Did You Know Application is best from early fall through late spring except if the ground is frozen. If the ground is frozen, the roots will be dormant and will not be extracting nutrients from the soil. During the summer, the tree and leaves tend to grow more and the roots less.


Step 5


Pour three to five gallons of water down the clean-out after the Rootx. You should observe some foaming in the pipe. "Tip" Restrict water usage from four  to six hours after treatment to assure full absorption of the Rootx into the roots.


 


Applying Rootx through a toilet


Step 1


Gather your materials. Choose a 2# or 4# jar of Rootx, a bucket, and a stir stick. Do not use a 4# jar of Rootx for a toilet bowl application as it will over flow the bowl.


Step 2


Empty the contents of the Rootx jar into the bucket. Look for the paper divider that separates the two Rootx chemicals and discard it.


Step 3


Mix well; Mix the dry components of the Rootx jar completely. It is important that the two parts of the Rootx canister mix thoroughly. Thorough mixing insures optimal foaming and root coating.


Step 4


Test the flush time of the toilet. Since Rootx foams on contact with water, it is important to know how fast the toilet bowl drains, so you don't run the risk of overflowing the bowl with foam. If the flush time is slow, flush while you are pouring Rootx into the bowl. If the flush time is normal immediately after pouring Rootx into the toilet bowl flush it "Tip" if you don't feel it will flush right try pouring half of the mix, flush it, then flush remainder of mix, hold the handle during the flush to get that little extra water into the flush this works if the flush is normal or slow and be sure to wait till toilet bowl is full of water before attempting another flush. "Tip" if the Rootx foam gets on the floor or any carpet do not apply any cleaning detergent, Allow the foam to dry and vacuum it up. Otherwise discoloration may result.


Step 5


With your method of flushing in mind, pour the Rootx mixture into the toilet bowl.



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