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Re: [Shop-talk] The road goes on forever, the plumbing never ends

Subject: Re: [Shop-talk] The road goes on forever, the plumbing never ends
From: Eric Russell via Shop-talk <>
Date: Sat, 16 May 2020 17:57:55 -0400
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Could you attach some sort of round wire brush - like a huge gun 
cleaning brush? Something like a boiler tube cleaner?

Eric Russell
Mebane, NC

> On May 16, 2020, at 4:28 PM, Mark J Bradakis via Shop-talk 
> <> wrote:
> The drain pipe is 2" internal diameter.  The corkscrew on the end of the 
> snake might be 3/8" in diameter. It bores a pretty small hole in the gunk 
> clogging the pipe, so it doesn't take long to clog again.  I don't think 
> there are any small, handhelp drain snakes with really big tips on them, 
> capable of cleaning the entire inside diameter of the pipe.  I have seen 
> these at the hardware stores made for bigger, heavier machines.  Not 
> something I want to hold head high while working on the drain.


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