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Why did 2000 Flushes® change the 2000 Flushes Bleach and 2000 Flushes Blue Plus Bleach products?

Because consumers asked for it. The new 2000 Flushes products now kill 99.9% of bacteria flush after flush.

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Why are the bleach tablets in the new anti-bacterial 2000 Flushes Bleach and 2000 Flushes Blue Plus Bleach products smaller?

The bleach tablets in our new anti-bacterial products have a new concentrated formula. These concentrated tablets deliver the same cleaning power plus now kill 99.9% of bacteria.

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When and where can I find the New Anti-Bacterial 2000 Flushes® product?

You can now find the New anti-bacterial 2000 Flushes products in stores near you. Look for our new packaging and product in stores where you have previously found 2000 Flushes.

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I have a guest toilet that is rarely used in my house. Do you recommend using 2000 Flushes tablets in this toilet?

No. 2000 Flushes tablets should only be used in toilets that are flushed regularly (at least once a week).

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Is 2000 Flushes Automatic Toilet Bowl Cleaner safe for my toilet? What about a Septic System?

Yes. 2000 Flushes Automatic Toilet Bowl Cleaner is safe for plumbing and septic systems when used as directed. 2000 Flushes tablets should only be used in a toilet that is flushed regularly (at least once a week). See Product Package for complete information.

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What precautions should I take when using the 2000 Flushes Automatic Toilet Bowl Cleaner?

Wear rubber gloves while handling it and wash your hands thoroughly after handling. Avoid direct contact of product with eyes, skin and mucous membranes. Do not use with any other cleaning or household chemicals including ammonia acids, bleaches or chlorine cleaners. Read product label for complete information. KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN.

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Is it safe to use a toilet bowl cleaner in the bowl while using 2000 Flushes Automatic Toilet Bowl Cleaner in the tank?

Yes. All commercially available toilet bowl cleaners are safe to use in the bowl itself while 2000 Flushes is in the tank.

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Will soft water make 2000 Flushes Automatic Bowl Cleaners dissolve faster?

No. Soft water will not shorten the life of our automatic bowl cleaners. In fact, soft water may actually enhance the life of these products.

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The 2000 Flushes Automatic Toilet Bowl Cleaner tablet fell down the toilet water flow hole - how can I clear it out?

Just let water run through the water flow. The tablet will eventually dissolve. Try to prop the flapper valve open a bit and just let the water flow.

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I have an insulated liner in my toilet tank, which looks like foam. Can I use 2000 Flushes Automatic Toilet Bowl Cleaner?

Yes. You can safely use both 2000 Flushes Automatic Toilet Bowl Cleaning products in your insulated tank.

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If I need to, how do I remove tablet before it is completely dissolved?

If tablet must be removed before it is completely dissolved, flush toilet and, before tank refills, remove tablet from tank (wear rubber gloves). Place in plastic bag. Avoid dripping.

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What First Aid recommendation do you provide for External and Internal contact?

External: Wash with water for 15 minutes. For eye contact flush thoroughly for 15 minutes and get immediate medical attention. Internal: If swallowed, rinse mouth and give 1 or 2 glasses of water. Get immediate medical attention.

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If my children or pets come in contact with toilet bowl water that has 2000 Flushes Automatic Toilet Bowl Cleaner in it, is it safe?

Bowl water treated with 2000 Flushes Automatic Toilet Bowl Cleaner is not harmful to children or pets. However, it is not recommended that pets drink from the toilet.

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