Mr Muscle® Drano® Ultra Gel

Mr Muscle likes a clean drain, which is why he’s created Mr Muscle® Drano® Ultra Gel for fully blocked drains. It clears total blockages, penetrates standing water, and is professional strength.

  • Cheaper than a plumber
  • Clears total blockages
  • Penetrates standing water
  • Professional strength
  • Available in the following size: 750mL
  • Drain Ultra Gel


  1. To open cap, push down when unscrewing. To lock cap, push down and screw on tightly.
  2. Wear protective gloves when using.
  3. Pour half the bottle slowly over the drain (for extremely slow running drains or complete clogs, use the entire bottle). Wipe excess product off bottle and replace cap after use.
  4. Allow at least 15 minutes for the product to work (for best results allow 30 minutes).
  5. Flush with hot tap water for several minutes, repeat steps 1, 2, 3 and 4 if necessary.

Always refer to product label for full directions.

Precautions & Safety


WEAR EYE PROTECTION AND PROTECTIVE GLOVES WHEN MIXING OR USING. AVIOID CONTACT WITH EYES AND SKIN. DO NOT MIX WITH HOT WATER. Keep hands and face away from drains and wash hands after use. Ensure adequate ventilation.

  • Do NOT mix with other cleaning products or acids as it may give off a dangerous gas
  • Open carefully, do not squeeze the bottle, avoid splashing and clean up spills at once.
  • Never use a plunger during or after use, as there may be some Mr Muscle® Drano® in the pipe if the blockage did not completely clear.
  • Do NOT use in spas, dishwashers, washing machines, garbage disposals, toilets or any pipes leading to these outlets. Will not remove roots, leaves or non-organic matter.

Always refer to product label for precautions and safety directions.

Quick Tips

New Uses for Everyday Things

Here's another simple Mr Muscle tip: Clean pet hair off of upholstered chairs and couches in a snap. Pat rubber gloves very gently with a tiny amount of water, and sweep across the upholstery using long strokes. The pet hair will collect into a pile at the end of each stroke!

Read more tips & ideas in the Journal