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Old 07-19-2018, 11:08 AM   #21
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Hahaha!!!
these are awesome!
2 for $3 at the cheapo Depot!
I use them to clear a basin/vanity drain,
I charge the customer $150(service call), then sell them the drain stick for another $20...
I use the ropump, people who kill me or leave a bad review using only a barb stick. I did use it once or twice but I got out the water ram box with the stick in it. I waited for him to leave to use it. took less than a minute the clear the hair in the tub.
That’s why I sell it to them when I’m done.
I say, “if you have this, then you won’t have to pay me next time”!
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Old 07-30-2018, 03:06 AM   #22
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It's been covered fairly well above. Especially the loaf of bread!
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It's been covered fairly well above. Especially the loaf of bread!


the bread was so he could stop his mouth from crapping out bs and allow the smart side of him (the building drain) to write an intro


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Hii dear,

You need a good pipe stretcher,a lather ,a router, and some saw horses, good circular saw and a folding ruler and there are also many other tools.All the best for your new business.

most important tool would be an intro .....
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20 years ago when I started, I asked that same question. I was told the only tools I'd need were ambition and drive.
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