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Karcher Pipe Cleaning Kit for Electric Pressure Washers, 25-Feet
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- Uses four backward-firing high pressure water jets to propel itself through pipes and downspouts. Breaks up and evacuates built-up debris and grime.
- Kink-resistant flexible hose includes measurement markings and a ring to indicate your progress. Connects directly to the trigger gun of all Karcher electric pressure washers.
- 25 ft. Length to get the long pipes. Connects to the end of the trigger gun.
- The perfect solution to cleaning clogged pipes, drains and downspouts. Uses water pressure instead of dangerous chemicals to clean out debris.
- Genuine Karcher a accessory
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Karcher's solution to help you clear blocked pipes, drains and downspouts. The hose propels itself forward with water pressure to flush out debris. The four backwards-firing high pressure jets clear blockages without using chemicals. The high quality, flexible hose is strengthened by textile meshwork (with kink protection) and includes measurement markings and a ring to indicate your progress as you clean. A brass connector is used for maximum durability. the perfect solution to cleaning clogged pipes and downspouts.
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Like I said, I want to like it because it's able to put some pressure when in use; but, all it does is spin around within the pipe. I can get it about one foot in and then the tip just flops around and then the entire hose just spins around and around. I tried strapping it to a flat sewer rod to give some rigidity but only succeeded in twisting the rod into a big knot.
I'm now on the look-out for some larger ID hose to try and feed this through it and into the drain to see if that adds the rigidity needed.
This may sill be a fine solution for someone with standard, smooth piping; but for my needs it's nothing but a fidget spinner -- spinning a lot but going nowhere.
I am going to find out if I can buy a karcher or similar brand extension cable to hook it up to instead of using it with the wand but I believe the the hand wand will still be needed as it has the built in trigger.
The "water jets" that push water backwards (sort of in the same direction as the Soviet's first satellite...I forgot the name), well, those jets are the only function or action that is going on -- besides the resultant pushing of the "head" of the device, and in my case, well, the debris in the P-trap was too much for the little engine that couldn't.
And I went to -- and BEYOND the recommended pressure specified by the Karcher company.
The concept seems good. And in most cases, I bet this rig would work. Maybe for "maintenance" or routine cleanout?
But for a stopped-up washing machine P-trap drain, and in IRON or GALVANIZED 1 1/2" drain line, the turn was TOO SHARP and/or the snags inside the P-trap were too severe for this rig to make the turn.
The hose is sort of a plastic-like material (maybe 90% plastic) with some rubbery fiexibility, but it won't make sharp turns and it won't (or didn't) clean-out my blocked line.
I eneded-up removing the entire wall, remove all the drain pipes, etc., etc, and re-doing the drain lines.