Shop Vacuum

Shop Vacuums are economic and efficient tools most people do not think of as a plumbing aide.

Clogged drains typically occur by what goes in a drain. So, how would you unclog a drain? By removing the blockage, in the opposite direction the object went into the drain.

Use the power of a wet/dry vacuum cleaner to remove items you may have inadvertently dropped into a drain. We will go over some step – by – step instructions as to how this can be done as this article has an opportunity to develop. However, you may experiment and develop an understanding of a method of clearing a drain using a shop vacuum.


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