How to Sell Your Customer on Why Jetting Will Clear Their Drainline Clogs

Cables don't always remove all the sludge buildup in drainlines

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How to Sell Your Customer on Why Jetting Will Clear Their Drainline Clogs

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Cable equipment is very effective at removing a clog, however cabling leaves tons of unclean surfaces on the sidewalls of your sewer lines. These surfaces lead to premature line buildup and blockages. 

High-pressure hot-water jetting removes all buildup and debris from your sewer lines, leaving them spotlessly clean. Combining your hot-water jetting services with the 3n1 Total-C drain additive guarantees that customer sewer lines will be odor free and free flowing.

Residual Income: Keep customers coming back with monthly drain maintenance 

For years, plumbers have used cable machines to unclog pipes. With the new jetter technology used to clean drain lines and sewers with high-pressure hot water, drain and sewer systems will be cleaner and stay cleaner longer compared with using cabling equipment. Waterjetting is a very cost-effective way to clean customer’s pipes back to new condition and the results are astounding.

3n1 Total-C keeps drains free flowing

Drainline jetting combined with 3n1 Total-C treatment:

  • Instantly kills odors
  • Liquefies fats, oils and grease
  • Reconditions drainlines

Deep cleans and removes:

  • Grease
  • Hair
  • Soils
  • Fats
  • Roots (with a root cutter)
  • Ice buildup
  • Descaling


  • Leaves pipes cleaner
  • Eliminates odors
  • Maximizes drain flow
  • Extends clean drain guarantee 

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