Well, we’re going to give you a really great tip on how to dispose of cooking grease at home.
You never want to throw that old grease down the toilet or the sink.
Here’s one way to properly dispose of your kitchen grease that you may not know about.
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Easy and Sure Fire Method
- After you are done frying your food add Fry Clean to your hot oil and stir it in until it has fully dissolved.
- Allow the oil to sit until it has had enough time to cool to room temperature.
- Cut the oil into manageable size squares with a spatula.
- Scoop the congealed oil out with a spoon.
- Place the congealed oil in a plastic bag.
- Wipe the remaining oil out of the pot or pan with a paper towel and dispose of it in the trash bin.
- Take your oil to a recycling plant or dispose of it in the trash can.
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This stuff works like magic!
Remember that fat, oil, and grease (FOG) is not like most liquids that you can just pour down your drain.
These types of liquids happen to be the leading causes for clogged drains in the home and they can be extremely dangerous when not handled properly.
You may not notice it right away because the buildup happens over time. But as time passes the grease that you poured down the drain congeals and builds up in the pipes.
Trying to wash it down with water isn’t much help either because all you do is move the would be clog from the p-trap on to the main line where it could take months or years before you finally develop a clog.
So the only thing you want to end up in your sink is dirty dishes minus the chicken bones and grease.
If you cook with a lot of oil do yourself a favor and dispose of it properly it’ll save you some major plumbing problems plus you’ll be helping the environment.