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  • #16
    Re: when to jet and when to use a cable

    Originally posted by stolen View Post
    I personally think jetters are more for grease buildups. But I think if you have a big enough powerful enough jetter it will get through roots. But it's not worth the time and hassle when running a cable is so much faster. If you are worried about being clean, use a drum machine, or lay out tarps.

    As for dealing with the 90s, make sure you are using the proper size cable for the line, as too big a cable will not make the turns.
    Great on grease bro but very effective on roots or anything else. Jetting is the only method of cleaning pipes that actually cleans the pipes. (don't start anything Ron lol)
    Seattle Drain Service

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    • #17
      Re: when to jet and when to use a cable

      The only time I use my jetter is roots, greese or sludge. The rest is the k-60 job.
      You can lose with me, but you can't win without me!.... PPI

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