This didn't work on my basement tub. I think it's because the way my pipes are laid out. So this probably won't apply to everyone.
Sticking in the snake, I discovered that the drain only goes down about 3-inches. Then it makes a sharp 90 degree turn into the wall, and about 6-inches later it makes another sharp 90 degree turn to the left. The snake can bend through the first turn, but it can't make the second turn.
Anyways, this will probably work great on standard drains with straight or curved pipes. But since I'm in a basement with unique pipes, it didn't work out. Luckily it only cost a few bucks. So I'm not upset. Maybe it'll work on my sinks.
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