Drain Rods?

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To use a drain rod, first access the problem area and then screw two of the drain rods and add the plunger attachment. With a steady in and out motion, probe the blocked area with the drain rod until you force your way through the blockage, adding more rods if needed to reach the blockage. Remove them when you clear the blockage, unscrew and disinfect them after cleaning the thoroughly.
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