Prevent Costly Repairs. Preserve the Environment.
Home, Camping, and RV Use
Use the GREASE HERO® Drain Guard when cooking at home, out camping and upcycling, or in your RV. These are just some of the various ways to recycle and to prevent oil clogged drains. If you have other applications, feel free to share them with us!
GREASE HERO® Drain Guard
Plumbing doesn’t have to be a costly nuisance.
Avoid Costly Repairs
One of the cheapest plumbing services include clearing a clogged drain which averages $200, excluding any subsequent home damage. One of the most expensive repairs deals with home septic systems which average $3,000. Repairs are higher in metropolitan areas.
Sticker shock for most. Make things easy on yourself… and your pocketbook.
Typical Plumbing Repair Costs
Average Hourly Cost
Flat Rate Average
Septic System Repair
No Problems. No Sweat.
Grease Hero® is designed to protect drains from unwanted fats, oils, and grease. Simply place the Grease Hero® trap into the kitchen sink drain and pour the oil directly from the pan into the center of the Grease Hero®. Once cooled, Grease Hero® is easily disposed of in the trash.
Capture it. Cool it. Throw it Away.
Don’t Feed the Fatbergs.
Don’t use a garbage disposal or food grinder. Grinding food up before rinsing it down the drain does not remove Fats, Oils, and Grease; it just makes the pieces smaller. Even non-greasy food scraps can plug your home’s sewer lines. So, don’t put food of any kind down the drain.
Don’t pour cooking oil, pan drippings, bacon grease, salad dressings, or sauces down the sink or toilet, or into street gutters or storm drains.
Don’t use cloth towels or rags to scrape plates or clean greasy or oily dishware. When you wash them, the grease will end up in the sewer.
Don’t run water over dishes, pans, fryers, and griddles to wash oil and grease down the drain.