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...also sold individually at the dollar store.
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...also sold individually at the dollar store.
For how much? A dollar each?
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For how much? A dollar each?
Did you need to ask? Smilie
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Did you need to ask? Smilie
He's the guy that asks them in person.
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That's too fancy, I just use a coaxial cable from the pack Comcast sends me every time I disconnect/connect again to get a better intro rate lol.
Thick coaxial cable does magic to clogged s**t, believe me. And it's free.
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Did you need to ask? Smilie
Fair question...maybe 3 for a dollar.

I was in Dollar General the other day and saw a guy complain to the clerk that he thought everything there was a dollar.

Great question, Encino Man!

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Never got why folks buy these or the liquid drain cleaner. A real drain snake costs $10-15 retail and never breaks, or stops working, generally clears the drain faster, and is no harder to use. Plus, it gives you 20 feet of clearing power instead of 1 and won't snap in the drain.
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Never got why folks buy these or the liquid drain cleaner. A real drain snake costs $10-15 retail and never breaks, or stops working, generally clears the drain faster, and is no harder to use. Plus, it gives you 20 feet of clearing power instead of 1 and won't snap in the drain.
Apples and oranges. This is for quickly removing the most common bathroom sink/tub drain problem: hair clog within the first 12". For that purpose, these are much easier to use and more effective than a traditional snake. (Hopefully I didn't just get trolled)
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Fair question...maybe 3 for a dollar.

I was in Dollar General the other day and saw a guy complain to the clerk that he thought everything there was a dollar.

Great question, Encino Man!

Hey look, Encino Man DVDs for a dollar...
Did you give him directions to the nearest dollar tree?
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Never got why folks buy these or the liquid drain cleaner. A real drain snake costs $10-15 retail and never breaks, or stops working, generally clears the drain faster, and is no harder to use. Plus, it gives you 20 feet of clearing power instead of 1 and won't snap in the drain.
I have one of these and I might use it 1-2xs a year. For as much as I actually use it these work best. Lower initial investment and gets the job done for me with no issues.
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Apples and oranges. This is for quickly removing the most common bathroom sink/tub drain problem: hair clog within the first 12". For that purpose, these are much easier to use and more effective than a traditional snake. (Hopefully I didn't just get trolled)
I don't know, I've used the normal snake for foot deep tub clogs. I suppose I would agree with the sink, as clearing that with a normal snake is a bit of a pain, but still. In my mind it's the difference between an unsustainable throwaway product vs a reusable product. These guys get used once and thrown away, and then sit in a landfill for 10,000 years. That was originally my reasoning for learning how to use the actual drain snake, but now I see a cost benefit too. I bought one 5 years ago, it's cleared every drain clog I've ever had, and I've never had to reinvest in a new one. Figure I've saved $25-50 a year by not using the liquid. Small potatoes, I know, but there's also the satisfaction of doing real man work too (Tim Taylor grunt)
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I don't know, I've used the normal snake for foot deep tub clogs. I suppose I would agree with the sink, as clearing that with a normal snake is a bit of a pain, but still. In my mind it's the difference between an unsustainable throwaway product vs a reusable product. These guys get used once and thrown away, and then sit in a landfill for 10,000 years. That was originally my reasoning for learning how to use the actual drain snake, but now I see a cost benefit too. I bought one 5 years ago, it's cleared every drain clog I've ever had, and I've never had to reinvest in a new one. Figure I've saved $25-50 a year by not using the liquid. Small potatoes, I know, but there's also the satisfaction of doing real man work too (Tim Taylor grunt)
Fair enough. I'm relieved that you are sincere and not trolling me Smilie I have both tools. I don't throw these away after I use them - just wash them off well. I keep one of these under the sink for any quick fixes.
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Fair enough. I'm relieved that you are sincere and not trolling me Smilie I have both tools. I don't throw these away after I use them - just wash them off well. I keep one of these under the sink for any quick fixes.
Yeah, lots of trolls these days lol. But if the product is reused, I see no problem with that. +1 for being environmentally conscious.
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Yeah, lots of trolls these days lol. But if the product is reused, I see no problem with that. +1 for being environmentally conscious.
Can you or arr_sea recommend a more permanent/longer/durable drain snake? I live with long haired people in the house and have to use these cheap ones every 1-2 months!
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