The 2" waste pipe that serves our kitchen (two sinks) and clothes washer has a clog (and I am fairly certain the clog is somewhere under the slab) . I have tried pushing a 25' snake through it. This is the snake I used http://www.ridgid.com/Tools/K26-Hand-Spinner/EN/index.htm That did improve the situation...but has not entirely resolved it. The line is still backing up...it just takes longer. Are there other methods a dope like me could try? Do chemical treatments actually work? Are there more aggressive snake devices?
I know a pro would probably send a camera down there to figure out where the problem lays....but how do they go about clearing it that is different than what I tried? Is it worth the cost for me to invest in some better tool?
What do folks think of sewer jetters like Clog Hog? I have a pressure washer so that might be an option. At $100 is it worth the investment?
Thanks for any help given.