Monthly Archives: February 2013

Lenzyme Website Very Popular for Septic Drainfield Education & Solutions to Septic Drainfield Problems

Did you know 93% of the page clicks and inquires on our website relate to getting more educated on septic drainfields? Most of the people using our site have drainfield or septic problems and are looking for a solution to their problem. Make sure if you have a website for your business it includes a link to our educational site. Feel free to use our extensive educational webpages to help you build your customer base for your services. The drainfield restoration area of your business could increase substantially if your site comes up at the top of the google searches for drainfield problems. Add a link to our site to help you move up on those google searches. Remember all inquires from our website are turned over to our distributors within a reasonable distance to the customer with the inquiry.

New Lenzyme Bio Filter Wash

Just Announced and Now Available for you – Lenzyme Bio Filter Wash. This NEW product will fit in perfectly with your business and is another quality service you can do for your customers. It makes the filter cleaning process easier, less time consuming for your drivers, and in most cases there is no need for you to use the customer’s garden hose. In addition to cleaning the filter, it also bio coats the filter with the high count LENZYME bacteria along with specialized enzymes. Use the bio filter wash to save your time and efforts, or better yet, offer this high quality filter cleaning service to all your septic tank cleaning customers. See the NEW LENZYME Bio Filter Wash in action with your own eyes at After many years of development and testing our new Bio Filter Wash is ready to be added to your professional septic services. Make it a part of a complete septic system treatment package where you offer your customers the added service of treating their filter with the Lenzyme Bio Filter Wash, treat their drainfield using our Septic Scrub & Drainfield Biological Activitor, and of course treating their system monthly with the Lenzyme Packets.

It’s Here – The NEW Lenzyme Bio Filter Wash!
The directions are very simple. Add the gallon of Bio Filter wash into a 3 gallon sprayer and then fill with 2 gallons of water. The sprayer should be enough to do up to 6 Septic Filters. You simply spray the filter with the bio wash and then let is sit while you pump the tank. Finish the process with another quick spray down before you re-install the filter after pumping.