Instant Power® Septic Shock® & Septic System Treatment

Opens lateral/leach field lines

Restores porosity

Reconditions clogged, foul smelling septic systems

Our Septic Shock and Septic System Treatment are the only answers needed for septic systems. Both contain lipase, protease, cellulase, alpha amylase bacterial / enzyme strains to dissolve system clogging matter.

Septic Tank Treatment (a dry powder) is a regular on-going treatment to maintain a system.

Septic Shock (liquid) is used when a system is clogged or under-performing. It is specifically designed to open lateral/leach field lines and restore porosity.

What is it used for?

This product can be used in septic systems and RV’s.

What is it not used for?

Not intended to clear drains that are completely clogged.

What is the shelf life of the product?

Product can remain in the bottle for 2 years.


For garbage disposals add 2 tablespoons of Septic Shock or Septic System Treatment weekly, to remove odors and keep the drain functioning properly.


Shake before using. Septic tanks or cesspools of 500 - 1,000 U.S. Gallon capacity - Pour and flush 1/4 Cup (4 Tablespoons) of Instant Power down your toilet once a week. Positive results should be seen within 2 - 4 weeks. To maintain system, use same application weekly. In severe cases, 4 - 8 weeks may be necessary to obtain results.


Slowly pour 2 cups directly into drain. Wait at least 1 hour before flushing with hot water. Overnight is best. Instant Power will continue to dissolve hair deposits as long as it is in the drain. If the clog is further down the drain pipe, more Instant Power will be needed to reach the clog.


“I used one bottle of your shock and within 48 hours or less, a 3 year old seapage problem we were having seemed to have been eraticated. I don’t know how, but I have to conclude we had clogged pipes in our leach field that were “unclogged” by your product.

I had tried everything known to me and a fellow consumer at Home Depot saw me going through that products offered and strongly suggested that I give Scotch Corps Septic Shock a try… he walked away and did remark, “…and it smells good too.” He was right about the smell too.”
John S. from Sussex, NJ