I take drain cleaning as a multi pronged approach, you need several tricks in the bag for the drain you are working on. Heat the plug to loosen the threads. Now pour it slowly down the drain in two to three stages, allowing the hot water to work for a several seconds in between each pour.
You should be able to get all sorts of hair and nasty stuff out of the drain. Your drain is blocked completely.
My wife has been trying to get her toothbrush out of the hole but it just won't come out.
There are some plumbing jobs that I won't do, but this one is easy. I pull back small clumps of roots and wipes.
Does it have enough pressure to clear the clog? What should i do now? Remember to keep replenishing it and keep pouring behind the drain cleaner. The low bid isn't always the best. He ended up cutting it out with hammer and chisel and sawzall. Try to keep stuff including hair from falling in the drain, and clear the pipes occasionally to cut down on residue inside the pipes.
Debbi 42. When the trap is free, remove it and turn it upside down, emptying the contents into the bucket. I think they're supposed to be disposable, but if you just use a plastic bag to pull the gunk off in the opposite direction of the teeth, a quick soapy rinse and you can use the tool again and again.
The thing is, what will happen if the drain issue gets worse, would I need to call in the experts or find other solutions?
So you remove the excess hair and gunk that has built up at the surface of the drain. No luck. A quick, easy, low cost, green tool that attaches to a wet vac to clear drains without the use of harmful chemicals.