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Drain Snake Clog Remover Cleaning Tool, 19.6", 3-Pack

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Ordered and rep'ed!
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If you do not need these right away, ebay is much cheaper. 5 x 20" ones like this are going for about 2.34 shipped total.
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Save the money and buy an actual drain snake. You can get a decent one for $10 that will have FAR more functionality than these things. Ive used these before, and if the clog is very close to the drain, it will work, as long as its not to big for the hooks itself or too heavy.
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Save the money and buy an actual drain snake. You can get a decent one for $10 that will have FAR more functionality than these things. Ive used these before, and if the clog is very close to the drain, it will work, as long as its not to big for the hooks itself or too heavy.
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this [amazon.com] should do it.
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These things are mostly useless. Check the holes in the drain in shower. These are too wide to go through the small holes in them. For sinks, if the clog is non-hair related, then these may not work.
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For organic matter in sinks I use Lye. Cleans good enough for me.
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Straighten a metal coat hanger (like from the dry cleaners) and curve a 2 inch narrow hook on the "lead" end that will go down the drain. Spin it down - like spaghetti on a fork. Works like a charm.
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Straighten a metal coat hanger (like from the dry cleaners) and curve a 2 inch narrow hook on the "lead" end that will go down the drain. Spin it down - like spaghetti on a fork. Works like a charm.
thanks for the tip! but could it get stuck in the drain?
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Well, you can make one in 10 secs. Use a pair of scissors for some side cuts on a proper size zip tie. There you have it working the same.😉
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This can easily be made but if you don't have like zip ties and need to go buy. These would probably save you money at this price.
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These will break in your drain, I promise.
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For organic matter in sinks I use Lye. Cleans good enough for me.
You're lyeing!
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