|Name||3 ft. Toilet Auger||1/2 in. x 50 ft. Drain Auger||K6P 6 ft. Toilet Auger||6 ft. Closet Auger with Down Head|
|Cable length (ft.)||3.0||50||6||6|
|Power Source||Hand-Crank||Manual||Hand-Crank||Not Powered|
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Didn't have any issues.
The cheap ones are very flimsy. This auger has worked great for years now.
I find that this is a good tool just to have around in case you ever need it! Im storing mine in shed so it is out of the way but close enough when there is a need.
No. The ball head is too large to fit in the tub drain basket and snake diameter is too large to make sharp turns in the 1-1/2” drain pipe fittings (would be rough on compression pipe fittings as they are less than schedule 40) you would be better off using a 1/4” diameter snake.
YES. THAT IS WHAT I USED IT ON.
Something is clogging it up this should take care of it. It will pay for itself the first time you use it and don't have to call a plumber.
I wipe the "snake" down with paper towels to prevent rusting (while wearing latex gloves). I'd try a spray of WD40 after it dries off.
No had and unpleasant experience
it is good tool , my house toilet clogs easily. , it is very easy to use, if you don't know how to use , I think you go to youtube watch video , they have many people help to solve your problem