I’m not sure if anyone can answer this but I might’ve messed up, or I’m just overreacting.
My bathtub has been clogged for about a month now and I used a splash of Drano to see if it would do anything, which I know is less then what’s instructed. However, since it’s a super slow draining tub because of said clog, is it possible that the drano would react to bleach used to clean my tub from a week ago? I’m asking out of pure anxiety. Yes there’s been water moving through the drain overtime but I wasn’t sure if any of the chemicals could be sitting in with the clog and I didn’t know at the time that bleach and drano are a huge no, and I wasn’t sure if they could meet and mix over time.
Bleach used: https://stopandshop.com/groceries/laundry-paper-cleaning/household-cleaners/bathroom-cleaners/bathroom-tub-shower-cleaners/clorox-foamer-bathroom-bleach-trigger-spray-30-oz-btl.html Active Ingredient: Sodium Hypochlorite - 2.40%. Other Ingredients - 97.60% Draino used is mostly Mostly sodium hydroxide (NaOH). https://www.whatsinsidescjohnson.com/us/en/brands/drano/drano-liquid-clog-remover
Before anyone asks, yes I did call poison control. The person I spoke with didn’t seem too concerned and just told me to ventilate the room just in case but I’d like a second opinion because of the possibility of the chemicals sitting I the drain. I wasn’t sure if the bleach would be diluted by now or not.