In my hotel room, I have a sticky fly-strip hanging near the sink. Holding the door open allows large flies to come in. Usually, this is not a problem. They either fly out, land on the strip or get caught and eaten by T’Siri (my cat).
Lately, I have had a more annoying problem. No, not bed bugs. The hotel is clean of those insidious creatures. This infestation does not carry diseases that I am aware of, but they are annoying just the same. They are drain flies.
You can clean clogged drains with your pressure washer using an attachment called a sewer jetter.
A sewer jetter is a long, flexible, high-pressure hose with a jet nozzle on one end. The nozzle typically has a front-firing jet to break apart clogs, and back-firing jets that propel the jetter hose forward into dirty drains and scrub the sides of the pipes. The other end of the sewer jetter has a fitting that attaches to the spray wand or trigger gun of your pressure washer.
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