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You are not a very good business man. You've just spent 103% of your gross income. How can you afford to buy tools at this rate? Wait your not working under the table too are you?
mark, how fast you forget.
i'm the k-60 man, you're the k-50 man you get your 20% when i do a
k-50 job. don't worry i did a k-50 job today that the guy tried to fixed yesterday. it was a second floor back to back kitchen sink with a 1.5'' dirty arm
it doesn't get any worse than that i removed the trap and ran my 5/8'' with drop head bulb auger into the line to get down the back to back. my second attempt i got it to fall continued way past the first floor back to back kitchens and into the common 4'' line. had the neighbor running water as i continued back to help clean the cable and line. i didn't even need the rear guide hose as the 5 gallon bucket trick works great.
so i owe you 20% on this 1 dollar impressionator job.
i'll mail it to you, but the stamp cost more than the fee
well another day, another 2 impressions i left with 2 new customers.
actually it was the k-60, impressionator that gets the credit
did a camera job that also needed cleaning. the line was 68' to the city main and the heavy roots were at 16'- 25' in. used my k-60 with a custom 3'' x 4'' double pear blade to clean from the 4'' cleanout. since i knew from the video the exact footage that needed cleaning, i was able to home in with the 15' sections of 7/8'' cable. you could actually feel the problems and see the footage as the section entered the cleanout.
did a post cleaning video and the line was spotless. went from not being able to use any skid or ball on my mini seesnake to being able to use the ball skid all the way through.
the owner was very impressed
#2 job was for a new client that was taken by a plumbing company.
yesterday they sent out 4 people/helpers to clean a stoppage from the roof. they actually carried a large drum machine up the ladder, hence 4 people this was actually for a non profit/ co-op preschool. she hasn't seen the bill yet
well today she called me for her mothers house. i took my k-60 with 75' of cable by myself and cleared the line in minutes. of course with no help
another impressed customer because of the impressionator
and no i don't get a commission on selling the k-60 as posted earlier