Clog Hog News
Here's a surprising story about how the staff at the Great Bend-Brit Spaugh Zoo eliminated an extra tough drain cleaning problem with the help of the Clog Hog drain cleaner.
Many thanks to the management and staff at the Zoo for sharing their story.
Starting this month we're offering a handy storage reel to make it easier to roll up and store your Clog Hog drain cleaner after use.
This reel is made in the USA from sturdy HDPE plastic so it's rustproof and easy to clean.
This month we published our new illustrated Sewer Jetter Guide, filled with tips and information to make your drain cleaning job easier.
You'll want to request your copy of this informative new guide today.
Starting this month we're introducing new 2012 packaging designs for select Clog Hog products.
You'll see the new product images on our website as we start to roll out the new designs.
But don't worry - the same great Clog Hog products are still inside.
This week the DIY Network premiers an episode of Cool Tools ("Extended Reach" #DCTL-904H) featuring the Clog Hog drain cleaner.
Thanks to the show's producers,
crew, and host Chris Grundy for
this informative and entertaining
segment that features Chris using
a pressure washer and the Clog Hog
to clean a clear plastic pipe that's
plugged with modeling clay.
Here's a new TV ad we've created to promote the Clog Hog drain cleaner.
Look for the ad to appear on television programs that focus on DIY home
repair and similar topics.
This month we're introducing special savings for friends of our new Facebook page. If you're a member you can find us on Facebook and click Like to get a $5 Web Coupon good toward the
purchase of any Clog Hog drain cleaner.
Enter your Web Coupon code at Checkout.
This is a limited-time offer, one coupon per purchase.
Starting this month we're rolling out improvements to our website. We'll be working to provide more helpful information and to make the website easier to use.
Send us an email to let us know what you think of the new design.
Here's a great photo of licensed contractor and celebrity host Josh Temple
on the set of DIY Network's Disaster House with the Clog Hog drain cleaner.
Watch for new episodes of Disaster House on Tuesday evenings this fall.
A big thanks to the show's producers for sending us this photo.
Our Sewer Jet Gazette blog has lots of great drain cleaning tips, but here's a new story that might surprise you.
Check out the article "Why Sewer Jetting Can Fail" to learn why customers sometimes return their Clog Hog drain cleaners for a refund.
You'll find out what one type of customer is most likely to be unhappy with
their purchase, and a great tip to help improve your odds of a successful
drain cleaning job.
Thanks to growing sales, our shippers have extended lower Next-Day and 2-Day Air delivery rates to the Continental USA. Starting this week you'll find improved rates when you specify these services before confirming your order.
We think that our sewer jetter designs are revolutionary, and experts seem to agree. Clog Hog drain cleaners are now patent pending.
Thanks to our great group of folks who made this happen.
In January 2010 we introduced new Clog Hog drain cleaner models with
improved performance — and lower pricing for our most popular models.
New product highlights include:
A stronger-pulling jet nozzle that penetrates clogged drains faster.
An end fitting on every every Clog Hog drain cleaner that's matched to your type of pressure washer so you don't have to buy an adapter.
An optional Gadget Pack that includes a spare nozzle and other accessories that customers request most.
How were we able to improve our products while lowering prices?
Our growing sales have given us stronger buying power for parts and materials.
It's all thanks to you, our customers.
Ever wondered how to clean a sewer jet nozzle?
How to choose the right size of jetter hose?
How to unclog a main sewer drain?
How long a sewer jetter nozzle lasts?
Answers to these questions and more are in our Blog, the Sewer Jet Gazette.