Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 95
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Blueyeblond Correct size
After pressure is applied the bladder expands and allows water to flow without any leaks.
October 13, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by STAYCOOL GREAT TOOL FOR THE MONEY JUST MAKE SURE YOU READ THE INSTRUCTIONS AND LIMITATIONS!!!
THIS TOOL DOES WORK AND SAVED ME A LOT OF MONEY UNCLOGGING A SEPTIC TANK BAFFLE LATE AT NIGHT. WENT TO HOME DEPOT BOUGHT THE LARGE DRAIN BLADDER RAN TO THE HOME WITH THE CLOG HOOKED IT UP TO MY HOSE THEN PUT IT IN MY CLOGGED MAIN DRAIN. TURNED ON THE OUTSIDE SPICKET AND IN LESS THEN 2 MINUTES THE BLADDER BLEW OFF THE HOSE. THANK GOODNESS IT UNCLOGGED THE BAFFLE AND THE BLADDER FELL INTO THE SEPTIC TANK. BUT THIS WOULD HAVE BEEN A NIGHTMARE IF IT HAD STAYED IN THE DRAINLINE. I THEN READ THE INSTRUCTIONS AND IT SAYS NOT TO USE WITH WATER PRESSURE ABOVE 50 PSI. I BELIEVE MOST HOUSES IN FL ARE BETWEEN 60 AND 80 PSI. SO I GUESS YOU NEED TO BUY A PRESSURE GAUGE AS WELL WHEN USING THIS OR TAKE A GUESS ON THE PRESSURE YOU ARE LETTING OUT. FAIL SAFE SHOULD BE THE BLADDER BLOWS A HOLE BEFORE THE WHOLE BLADDER BLOWS OFF YOUR HOSE IN YOUR DRAIN LINE. GOOD LUCK!!
October 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Kenny Did the job!
Simple and easy to use.
Great to have for those tough line backups.
October 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by jbrew Does the job!
This is what you need to unclog a blocked sewer drain pipe! It works! My only quibble is that it is advertised for 4" to 6" drains. My drain is 3" and it was perfect. Don't get the smaller version that is advertised for 1.5" to 3.0" drains if you have a 3" drain to unclog.
September 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Wesley Works AMAZING!!
So the first time my main sewer line clogged up i called a plumber to come and snake the line and it ended up costing me over $300!! Today my line clogged up again....i was devastated as i went downstairs to see my carpet outside my laundry room door soaked with water. I immediately went to facebook to see if anyone had a power snake machine i could rent for cheap but no hits. My next option was to try the smaller (1.5''-3'') drain bladder my dad had bought us for the first clog. Me, being a new home owner, didnt know how big the sewer pipe was. So after my friends on facebook told me to get the bigger drain bladder i immediately went to Home Depot to get one. Upon seeing the price (my family is really tight on money) i was almost turned away, but i went ahead and tried it anyways. Came back home, twisted it on, sent it down the drain, turned on the hose, and waited a good 5 minutes. Right after i turned off the water the clog was gone!!!!!!! I couldnt be anymore excited!! all i gotta say is i will recommend any of these to anyone, just make sure you get the right size for the right project.
September 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Rob8 Works great
It did the job perfectly! Saved me a lot of money.
September 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by CW Very effective!
We now have several sizes to help with the maintenance of our stations. They do work great. This is not a negative mark but just a reality: The rubber does eventually degrade over the years so if you detect a problem you are better to buy a new one than have it rupture in your drain line.
August 23, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Vince Excellent, saved me 250.00
I had a problem with a clogged sewer line. The local plumbing outfit wanted 275.00 to run their machine through the 30ft line. My Dad was a plumber. He had me running tools for him as soon as I was big enough to carry a tool box. Cleaning drains/sewers was one of the first things I learned how to do. The ones like this that Dad had were made of brass and canvas. I thought I would give this a try before I rented a machine from Home Depot. For 20.00 why not? Well it worked! Thanks Dad!
June 28, 2016