After 22 years it has finnally happened. I used to swear I would never clean a drain. In the past people would ask me what to do when the $hit starts to back up in their tub. My reply was simple and direct "I'll tell you what I tell my mother, hang up the phone and call one of those franchise rooter outfits!" That was then this is now. I've recently been requested by a "REALLY GOOD CUSTOMER" to address the drainage problems in this 50+ year old commercial facility. I purchased a K-60 used(great $ from a field tested tool resale establishment) I had no problem dealing with 4" mainlines / storm drainage /etc. My problems lie in the floor drains. I have only the c-10 cables, but 2-day ups through one of my suppliers has enabled me to have a trap leader with multiple small bits, including carbide 7/8. I figure with the leader and the carbide bit I should be able to bust through the stopage(which I believe is between the trap and san-t (2" by the way.) Am I correct in my assessment or should I use 1 3/4 spade or auger? I looked through previose forum topics but to no avail. Please help guide me through this most likley trivial task.
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