When I used a clog buster pressure jet under the kitchen sink, a bunch of
black junk came up into the tub ~20' away. I remember a cleanout on the end
of the kitchen line and the bathroom line from the last time I was under the
I'm going to find a plumber with a small drain rooter that can be taken down
into my crawlspace. And want to inquire about the best cutter head for
knocking rusty scale type material from the interior of the pipe.
Do any of these type heads look better than the others for that purpose?
He will. The previous times I've had to call a plumber they have always
used a twin blade root cutter. I don't have roots in that location, and I
haven't found a 1" diameter rotary hammer that would fit on a 50' cable.
The job is done.
He just used a standard side cutter head similar to this one:
It didn't matter all that much anyway, was just a sludgy grease type plug.
The cast iron was not rusting shut. I'm just a pessimist.
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