Sewer Cleaner and Drain Cleaner Sewer Cleaning and Drain Cleaning should be cost effective and efficient. Not only that. But, consumers need to be able to trust a service provider. Meaning, the grease closes behind the cable. If grease hardens, (it will, give enough time) be penetrable. However, the blockage reacts much the same way as clay would to a tooth brush. The hardened grease can be eroded away, against the friction of the cable and cutting blade. The question remains, how much of the grease remains and how big of an opening did the sewer cable make in the hardened grease?
Garbage Disposal Not Working and Drain Cleaning should be cost effective and efficient. Not only that. But, consumers need to be able to trust a service provider. Fortunately, by today’s standards of drain and sewer cleaning technology, we have “high pressure water jetting”. Take a look at the following video by Super Jet Hydro jetting as seen on YouTube… Hydro jetting is done by forcing high pressure water through orifices as fine as a human hair. A jet may be as powerful as 4000 psi. Forcing this much pressure through an orifice as narrow as a hair produces a violent lashing on whatever is within the range and effective reach of the jet. In this video, the whole chicken placed in the sewer line was completely shredded. Bathroom drains • What can we say about the bathroom sink drain? A lot of unintended misuse occurs at the lavatory to create a clogged bathroom sink. Toothpaste, shaving cream, hair gel…etc. are hard on drain lines. Even if you use hot water to flush it passed the drain line to the sewer line, the water eventually cools and there sits the congealed paste, oil and gel. What we can do to provide maintenance to bathroom drains as well as the kitchen sink drain is introduce a bacteria or pre-packaged selection of enzymes formulated for house hold drains. Ultimately, bacteria is the better option since bacteria will produce the correct enzyme to destroy build-up based on what elements the “sludge” is comprised. Bacteria will also destroy door causing bacteria. See Bathroom Sink Door. Toilets • The bottom line here is, do not flush anything that is not intended to be flushed. Flushable wipes are not going to traverse a cast iron sewer. Anything is “flushable” to a point. Flushable wipes should not be disposed of by any other means than the bathroom waste basket. They will only flush to where they get caught or the water runs passed them.