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Ill say with Drain Cleaning, ill never put my machines in the truck until i have had water running for 15 mins after the clog is cleared. I will clean up in the mean time so the time isnt wasted, but to many times i just cleared the clogged, cleaned up, put the machine away, and oops...gurgle gurgle ...that doesnt happen anymore.
I'm not superstitious. And it seems to me that most of the posts here reflect experience as to what can go wrong and how to prepare for it rather than superstition. Sure, if you take your tools out to the truck and have a leak, you'll have to bring them back in. Since you've experienced having a leak both with the tools already hauled off and still on the job, you know that it's more practical to keep them inside until you're certain.