It involves issues related to main line clogs. When contacting a plumbing professional may be required for this job but homeowners may prefer doing it on their own. Wearing heavy-duty, sturdy gloves and a professional-grade auger It’s a do-it-yourself task that anyone can complete.
The first step is to identify and remove the cap from your drain pipe. A house that is old may require pipes wrenches to aid during this procedure. Be careful when you remove the cap. It is possible that there’s waste that is spilling.
Then, you can fit the drill, using either an entire or half blade and insert it into the pipe. Let the drill run for a few seconds until the clog is gone. Work it up and down the space to eliminate the clog , then take it off to get rid of the accumulation.
The drill should be run through the pipe another time to ensure all debris is taken out. Then, grab your pipe and run it through the line with maximum pressure. The drainpipe will be cleared and the auger cable.