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Old 03-11-2012, 01:11 PM   #31
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Yeah I normally do it in the garden =)
It's funny the bottom half of my driveway is older and has cracks. There's sand and crushed coral in I think every single crack.
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Old 03-11-2012, 05:55 PM   #32
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:hides: I washed 50 pounds in my tub. Then last week I poured a bottle of draino down it. Perhaps the events were related. Hmm.
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:hides: I washed 50 pounds in my tub. Then last week I poured a bottle of draino down it. Perhaps the events were related. Hmm.
Hope you got it cleared up=)
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:hides: I washed 50 pounds in my tub. Then last week I poured a bottle of draino down it. Perhaps the events were related. Hmm.

Ruh Row! Draino wont help sand...I hope it resolves. I would just run 40 trillion gallons of water down the drain
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Well I think it was kinda clogged before then the sand just worsened it. It's fine now
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Im glad!!!!Whew! I learned the hard way with my daughters rock polisher. Luckily i clogged a slop sink in my garage. It was easy to fix. Im happy you are all good!
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