The video starts with Mark from The Home Depot Rental Centre, giving a disclaimer. The video only gives a general overview of safety procedures and operating guidelines for general pipe cleaners and super vee drain cleaners.
To identify the appropriate drain cleaner for your drain, you first need to establish the location of the problem. If your clog originates from the sink or laundry tub, the super vee will get the job done.
You need to adhere to certain safety precautions when working with the general pipe cleaners super vee drain cleaner for drain cleaning. These are: Read all safety and operation guidelines, wear protective gear such as safety glasses or goggles, and leather gloves, avoid loose jewelry and clothing, inspect the power cord for any damage, don’t operate while standing in a pool of water, avoid drains with drain cleaners in them, stay clear of rotating parts, never retract the cable while it’s still rotating and always pull out the plug when it’s not in use.
Never force the cable into a drain to avoid buckling. When you meet resistance, simply move the super vee back and forth until the line starts to move freely again. You should also ensure it runs in the forward position. Only use reverse when the cable is stuck.
Last but not least, always secure the drain cleaner during transit.