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Silverline Drain Unblocker £6.24 delivered @ Argos

£6.24 @ Argos
Free delivery. Flexible rod, equipped with straight 12mm dia auger, for clearing sinks, baths, showers and drains, as well as other small diameter pipework. The spiral rod is hand-fed into the drain … Read More
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1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago
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Flexible rod, equipped with straight 12mm dia auger, for clearing sinks, baths, showers and drains, as well as other small diameter pipework. The spiral rod is hand-fed into the drain out of, and back into, the rotatable plastic container, keeping it away from clean kitchen and bathroom surfaces. Rotating handle removes stubborn blockages. Ergonomic pistol grip.

Size H24, W6, D6cm.
Weight 0.98kg.
Manufacturer's lifetime against defects only guarantee.
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1 Like #1
Handy thing to have, just watch you don't scrape the porcelain if you're using it to clear a WC
7 Likes #2
Is this any good for a DIY colonic irrigation?oO
#3
Is there any videos to show how it's done because my sink isn't blocked but the water drains slower so just needs 1 whip but don't want to damage the pipes will this work any advise please
3 Likes #4
19DembaBa19
Is there any videos to show how it's done because my sink isn't blocked but the water drains slower so just needs 1 whip but don't want to damage the pipes will this work any advise please

Try the drain unblocker in the orange bottles in Home Bargains
#5
urbanbushwacker
Is this any good for a DIY colonic irrigation?oO

This might suit you better. And if you want your urban bush carpet to smell good, check out this cracking deal too.
#6
Same price on Amazon too if you prefer that. This is a 6m auger.
#7
This is brilliant. Properly unblocks sinks and much better than bottles of drain unblocker imho

Also used it on a built in vacuum cleaner and a toilet (yeah, had to buy new one after that)
#8
OdhranC
urbanbushwacker
Is this any good for a DIY colonic irrigation?oO

This might suit you better. And if you want your urban bush carpet to smell good, check out this cracking deal too.


Urban bush? I need to google this. I've got spare 5 minutes
#9
tanked
This is brilliant. Properly unblocks sinks and much better than bottles of drain unblocker imhoAlso used it on a built in vacuum cleaner and a toilet (yeah, had to buy new one after that)


Just use your hand in the toilet.. I do (poo)
#10
haritori
tanked
This is brilliant. Properly unblocks sinks and much better than bottles of drain unblocker imhoAlso used it on a built in vacuum cleaner and a toilet (yeah, had to buy new one after that)
Just use your hand in the toilet.. I do (poo)

I weighed it up (the decision that is). I decided I'd rather buy a new drain unblocker and it had already served me well. I stand by my decision
#11
whack it in the hole n be prepared for a fight with the pipes ;)
1 Like #12
I had one of these and the bit at the end was too big to get down the plug hole in my shower.

No idea where I put it. I bought this is the end and it's very effective:
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B000LFRSHW/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o08_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
2 Likes #13
19DembaBa19
Is there any videos to show how it's done because my sink isn't blocked but the water drains slower so just needs 1 whip but don't want to damage the pipes will this work any advise please

HERE
#14
bigbak
I had one of these and the bit at the end was too big to get down the plug hole in my shower.
No idea where I put it. I bought this is the end and it's very effective:https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B000LFRSHW/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o08_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
I use this it's great well recommended.
#15
DrAcula1
19DembaBa19
Is there any videos to show how it's done because my sink isn't blocked but the water drains slower so just needs 1 whip but don't want to damage the pipes will this work any advise please
HERE
No matter what the video is of content the American accent makes the 5h1ttiest of jobs seem like a breeze and worth taking on. Just look at what the bloke is taking out of his shower drain... hair and other stuff. I'd have a full bio hazard suit on not shorts a pair of nikes and rubber gloves.
1 Like #16
Heat from me. Bargain
1 Like #17
urbanbushwacker
Is this any good for a DIY colonic irrigation?oO
Its Silverline so probably only thing its tough enough for "possibly"
2 Likes #18
Bought one of these a few weeks ago, Wast pipe under an extension was blocked, I started at the sink ubend, This thing went around 5 right angle bends and went on for about 5 Meters, Worked brilliant, I was not sure if it was gonna work, I got mine from ToolStation for a tenner and all the reviews were positive, And they were right to be. And it's still in the shed for the next time.
It's a Hot from me.
#19
Pay 9 quid for the homeserve deal on here and get it done by someone else
#20
Oos
#21
I'm gonna watch the telly and hope nothing gets blocked.
#22
19DembaBa19
Is there any videos to show how it's done because my sink isn't blocked but the water drains slower so just needs 1 whip but don't want to damage the pipes will this work any advise please

Caustic soda is excellent at clearing blockages, you can get it in most hardware stores. But seriously read the safety warnings, it's not something to carelessly muck about with. If you want to give yourself nightmares google image search "caustic soda burns" - the results are quite sobering.
#23
haritori
tanked
This is brilliant. Properly unblocks sinks and much better than bottles of drain unblocker imhoAlso used it on a built in vacuum cleaner and a toilet (yeah, had to buy new one after that)
Just use your hand in the toilet.. I do (poo)

http://i64.tinypic.com/21npfyb.jpg
#24
dwl99
19DembaBa19
Is there any videos to show how it's done because my sink isn't blocked but the water drains slower so just needs 1 whip but don't want to damage the pipes will this work any advise please
Try the drain unblocker in the orange bottles in Home Bargains
Unless you get the foaming stuff (and even then it's not always that great), it just clears out enough for the cleaner to drain rather than doing a full job.
#25
How does this work
#26
nseaman
How does this work
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QbS6Akn2E4k
very useful but do not get anything less than 5-6 m.
#27
Looks like these are all sold out.

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