greaseGrease from cooking, gravy, cooking oil, and sauces may look harmless as a liquid, but when it cools it gets thick and sticky. That means if you pour grease down your drain, it sticks to pipes and eventually causes clogs and messy overflows.

Prevent backups in your home by pouring all bacon, fried chicken, and other cooking grease into a can, putting in the freezer, then tossing it in the trash.

Call (503) 681-3678 and you'll receive your FREE Freeze the Grease, Save the Drain kit in Spanish and English that includes a pan scraper, a plastic lid that fits metal cans and easy-follow-instructions. Your pipes will thank you for it!

Got a minute? Watch our video about the best way to dispose of your grease, gravy and sauces.

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