DIY Drain Cleaning Tools
For the Do-It-Yourself Market
Quality DIY Drain Cleaning Tools– Still Made in the USA
Don’t look off-shore for DIY Drain Cleaning Tools. You can find top quality drain cleaning tools made right here in the USA by General Pipe Cleaners. In business since 1930, we are a third generation family-owned company that manufactures a full line of drain cleaning tools designed for the do it yourself market, including drain augers, drum augers, toilet augers, flat sewer rods, and inexpensive powered electricdrain cleaners for the home handyman. General pipe and drainsnakes and components are made of high-quality steel, making them the most durable in the industry.Proudly made in the USA. This web page will help you choose the tool you need to solve your clogged drain problem. For more information, contact the Drain Brains® at General.
Power Drain Cleaners
Power Drain Cleaners
Clear clogged sinks, tubs and laundry drains with ease with General’s line of Power Drain Cleaners. Great tools for the home handyman, all machines come with a powerful variable speed motor and tough Flexicore® cable. Power drain cleaners are much easier to use than manual snakes, and they clear the clog quickly.
A cleaner way to clear clogged drains. The Spin-Thru and Clog Chaser® contains a 1/4” (6 mm) spring that’s fed out of the drum into the line, keeping it away from clean kitchen and bathroom surfaces. Available in professional metal containers or less expensive plastic. The power spindle option lets users add an electric drill. Supplied with
Increase drain auger sales by ordering Premium Drain Augers with these attractive tamper-resistant plastic display bags. Complete directions on the back in English, French and Spanish. These models have slidingcrank handles with smoothly working hand grips. This feature gives the augers a more attractive, high quality appearance. The handle is formed from heavy-wall tubing and
An innovative tool that attaches to an electric drill. The Drill Snake is encased in a plastic tube that remains stationary as the snake is rotated by an electric drill. For safety, the unit is equipped with an automatic clutch that slips if the boring head gets caught in the line.
Traditional plungers that use a hard rubber cup or more modern plungers that use bellows all have the same problem. The rubber cone at the end is round. But the opening in the toilet bowl is usually not round. Toilet openings are a variety of shapes that make it hard to seal off with the