Austin, TX (PRWEB) February 12, 2010
Clog Hog, originators of the custom-fit sewer jetter drain cleaning attachment for your pressure washer, today announced their new 2010 product line that delivers even greater cleaning power to wipe out tough sewer drain clogs.
The new Clog Hog product line features stronger pulling nozzles that penetrate clogged drains faster, and new quick connect end fittings that match more types of gas and electric pressure washers.
Sewer jetters have long been the mainstay of municipalities and large plumbing service companies because these powerful drain cleaners penetrate long sewer lines, quickly remove clogs, and flush out residue that builds up along the sides of dirty drains. However, until the introduction of low-cost sewer jetter attachments for gas and electric pressure washers, sewer jetters were far too heavy and too expensive to be practical for maintenance pros and do-it-yourself homeowners.
"I'm so happy I could jump up and down," said Lawrence G., a rental property owner in Fayetteville, NC, who used a Clog Hog drain cleaner to completely remove a main drain clog that could not be cleared with an electric drain snake. "I had a plumber try to tell me he had to cut the pipes and replace them because the pipes were so full of dried drain cleaner it was like rock."
The Clog Hog drain cleaner requires less physical effort than electric drain snakes because it uses the force of pressurized water to power itself into dirty drains. With its one forward-firing and three back-firing high-pressure water jets, the Clog Hog drain cleaner scrubs the sides of dirty pipes and flushes out residue as it travels through the line, preventing future clogs and reducing the need for subsequent drain cleaning.
Starting at $99, the Clog Hog drain cleaner works with consumer gas and electric pressure washers sold at hardware stores and discount clubs, as well as with larger, commercial-grade machines. The Clog Hog drain cleaner is available in lengths up to 100 ft., making it ideal for clearing blocked main sewer drains - a problem that can cause more than one plumbing fixture inside a home or building to become clogged.
Feedback from other customers has been equally positive. "This thing works great! It really pulls itself into the pipe," said Shawn H., a Clog Hog customer in Chicago. "I was told by the rooter company it would be $800. I fixed it in 20 minutes. Easy to use and easy to clean."
The Clog Hog drain cleaner is sold online at http://www.cloghog.com.
The company also authors an independent blog with pressure washer drain cleaning tips and information at http://www.sewerjetgazette.net.
About Clog Hog
Clog Hog began in 2009 after the founders became frustrated with the inability of common sewer jetter components to work with residential and commercial pressure washers. The company's research revealed that available sewer jetter lines were either too restrictive or too bulky to work with pressure washers, while the loose manufacturing tolerances of most imported jetter nozzles made it impossible predict whether a pressure washer might become overloaded. To make effective and reliable sewer jetters available to do-it-yourself homeowners and maintenance pros, the company introduced its full line of pressure washer sewer attachments that are custom-matched to different types of gas and electric pressure washers and built in the USA from quality US domestic materials and parts. For more about the Clog Hog drain cleaner including product details, customer testimonials and pricing visit http://www.cloghog.com.