50 Ft Needle Nose Drain Cleaner
50 Ft Needle Nose Drain Cleaner
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For Your Gas Pressure Washer – 2.0 to 2.9 GPM

Power Wash Your Clogged Drains

  • Steel-belted sewer jetter for maximum cleaning distance and better durability.
  • Patent-pending nozzle for superior pulling and scrubbing in 1-1/2" to 4" ID drains.
  • Cleans main drains, landscape drains, septic field lines, indoor lateral lines and more.
  • Scrub away grease, sanitary paper, food residue, silt, clay, leaves, ice, and other clogs.

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Features

  • Needle Nose™ nozzle profile gives improved cornering in drains down to 1-1/2" ID.
  • Flexible steel-belted sewer jetter hose for easier insertion in more types of drains.
  • Complete and ready to use, with an M22 adapter to fit most gas machines, a nozzle cleaning tool, and a double-headed hose tie to keep the drain cleaner coiled after use.
  • Model J-50-M

For Your Gas Pressure Washer – 2.0 to 2.9 GPM


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Info and Guides


Sewer Jetter Specifications

  • Model: J-50-M
  • Length: 50 Ft.
  • High Pressure Line OD: 0.38 In.
  • Rated Flow: Up to 2.9 GPM
  • Rated Pressure: Up to 4,000 PSI
  • Rated Water Temp.: Up to 120° F
  • Shipping Weight: 4.4 Lbs.
Nozzle Cleaning Tool
Set of two miniature tools helps you quickly remove debris from nozzle jets.
Storage Reel
Storage Reel - $17.00
Plastic reel makes it easier to roll up and store your drain cleaner after use.
Spare Nozzle and Accessories for Needle Nose
Spare nozzle and free accessories.
Clog Hog Hat
Clog Hog Hat - $12.00
Adjustable, 100% cotton relaxed twill hat with a sewn-in Clog Hog logo.
 
60 Featured Reviews - See More Ratings - Average Rating 4.8 / 5 (Details)

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A Lifesaver

- 12/04/2019

Had a serious clog in our kitchen drain that extended down thru the concrete slab floor. Snaked and plunged and snaked with no progress.

Enter the Clog Hog. This bad boy cut thru and blew out the unsnake-able clog. Important user tip - thru trial and error I found it best to feed the ClogHog into the drain prior to attaching it to the gun. With the Clog Hog hose still coiled, my son was able to twist the line as I fed it into the drain, similar to a snake, enabling it to maneuver thru several turns.

When the line would go no further we hooked it up, turned it on, and slowly retrieved with a back and forth action. Whooosh! Clog gone. I fearlessly await another clog.


Best clog clearer.

- 09/29/2019

This 50ft. Needle Nose drain cleaner cleared a clog so fast. Its compact and powerful. I highly recommend this to any plumbers tool box.

High quality

- 09/25/2019

Easy enough to work with. The support and info on the site is better than anywhere else.

Needle Nose Drain Cleaner for RV Tanks

- 09/18/2019

I used the 50' Needle Nose Cleaner to remove residue from the black and gray holding tanks on an RV. It worked as I hoped it would. I am very satisfied with the results, the quality of the hose, nozzle and the affordable price.

50 ft. Needle Nose drain cleaner

- 09/13/2019

Works great. Saves me expense of a plumber. Am very pleased.

ClogHog

- 09/09/2019

The Clog Hog is an amazing tool to use to clean clogged pipes. Easy to operate and safe to use. Very happy with purchase.

Response from Clog Hog:
Jim, thank you for your comments. It's mainly the user who determines whether the sewer jetter is safe. Just as it would be very dangerous to pressure wash your deck without wearing protective shoes, it's also dangerous to use a sewer jetter without wearing fluid resistant work gloves, eye protection and protective clothing.


50 Ft Needle Nose Drain Cleaner

- 09/06/2019

Purchased the Needle Nose Drain Cleaner to tackle two blocked pipes that my house downspouts feed into. The clogs were due to a heavy buildup of dirt, debris and roots. I tried several methods to open them up but was unsuccessful until I found this product. Suffice it to say the Needle Nose Drain Cleaner worked wonderfully and I had my drain pipes cleared in short order. I would definitely recommend this product!

Response from Clog Hog:
Anthony, thank you for your comments. A sewer jetter that's powered by your pressure washer can flush away some of the debris that builds up around roots, but it can't remove the roots themselves.

For a longer-term solution, it's usually necessary to rent an electric drain snake that has a root cutting blade, use it to cut away the roots, and then flush out the debris with your sewer jetter.

Important: if roots are present inside a drain, it's often an indication that a section of pipe has cracked, separated, or collapsed. If you suspect that the drain could have these sorts of structural problems, you should inspect the inside of the pipe with a plumber's video camera to ensure that there is no crack or breach that's large enough for an electric snake or sewer jetter to get stuck in the pipe.

There's detailed information on our How-to Page about removing roots from a drain. You can contact us for more information.


Excellent

- 09/03/2019

Was a challenge to get everything setup and work through all the pipes. But it did the job! I now never call a plumber to clean my lines. Have shared with others - it really works!

Performs pretty well

- 09/01/2019

For the most part this performs as advertised. I did have a vertical gutter clogged with pine straw and it did not pull it all down even though I went from bottom up and all the way through to the top and pulled it back through the clog. It got stuck at one point. I can see if it were dissolvable material, it would have worked better. I would buy it again knowing what I know now.

Response from Clog Hog:
TB, thank you for your comments. We'd expect your gas pressure washer to provide enough force to flush pine needles out of the gutter downspout, and we'd usually expect a gas machine to power the sewer jetter up around 2 stories. However, downspouts can sometimes have irregular inside surfaces, especially where the pipe curves around building features, and we know of a few cases where it's been necessary to insert the jetter into the top gutter opening and feed the nozzle downhill to reach the clog. You can contact us if you'd like more assistance.


Pleased with Needle Nose

- 08/26/2019

We have an upstairs kitchen drain that combines with a drain of our bar sink in the basement. We would typically have to call a plumber every year because the bar sink would back up, especially when we used the disposal or dishwasher upstairs. I bought a mechanical cleaner with a spiral head that got us by for 2-3 years without hiring a plumber. But the drain finally clogged up so much with hard, grease build-up that the mechanical cleaner would not make it through the obstruction. After paying $185 for the plumber visit and having the drain start to back up again within a few weeks, I decided to look for another alternative.

At first I started looking at higher-end mechanical cleaners, starting around $250, with grease-cutting heads like the one the plumber used. I had seen ads for bladders that you mount on the end of your water hose to blast away the clog. Then I wondered if I could make use of my gasoline-powered pressure washer and through Google searches learned about sewer jetter cleaners.

I looked at other, cheaper brands to start, but found that they could not negotiate our 1-1/2" pipe size, so I purchased the 50-ft Needle Nose drain cleaner from Clog Hog for its small nozzle size and flexible line.

The first time I used the Needle Nose, I let it progress all the way to the end of its length, but then gradually pulled it back while spraying to see the results of the cleaning. It brought back lots of slurry to the bucket I had under the clean-out access under the bar sink. Within a week or two, the drain was starting to back up again. I realized that I should not have pulled the Needle Nose back while it was spraying, because all that slurry was still in the pipe. So I cleaned it again, this time stopping the spray when the hose reached the end of its limit and pulling the hose back in with no spray.

We can gauge the drain flow by running water in the bar sink at full flow through the faucet and observing how high the water rises into the neck of the drain or into the sink. The drain was flowing at a higher rate after the second cleaning than it had for some time. We are very pleased with the Needle Nose and I plan to use it at least once a year for preventative maintenance or whenever the drain flow reduces again. For less than the cost of one plumber’s visit, I have a dependable tool that I can use for years!

Response from Clog Hog:
Francis, thank you for your detailed review. Even if you're careful never to pour grease into a kitchen sink, over the years a thick, waxy coating inside the drain can accumulate from items cleaned in the sink. Users can typically scrub away and flush the thick residue in a single pass of the sewer jetter, but we've seen user photos of older, hardened residue the size of golf balls and larger that's been flushed out of a pipe, and this could definitely take more time and patience to thoroughly clean and flush. You can contact us for more information.


Maintenance supervisor

- 08/12/2019

This product works great for me as i seem to get a lot of soft clogs in our drains. Avoiding the drain snake is helpful or the plumber at $ 1200.00 a visit. Thanks john

50 Ft Needle Nose Drain Cleaner Review

- 08/09/2019

I purchased this product to clean my drain tile. I have Iron Ochre and my drain tile is clogged on one side of the house, but is still in good working conditions on the other side. I tried to unclog the clogged part of the drain with Clog Hog, but I wasn't successful after several passes.

I think the iron had settled for too long and hardened to a point of no return. It did an excellent job cleaning the drain that still works, however. So overall, I found the product to work great for preventive maintenance and cleaning working drain tile. I dropped one star because it did not unclog my clogged drain.

Still a great product and I recommend it if you have Iron Ochre. Just maintain your drain regularly and you shouldn't have any problem.

Response from Clog Hog:
Ben, thank you for your review. We'd expect your sewer jetter to break through and scrub away just about any iron ochre clog, even if the clog has dried out and hardened. Of course, scrubbing out a hardened iron ochre clog can take much more time and patience.

If you're unable to remove the clog with a sewer jetter, we'd strongly recommend that you have the drain tile inspected with a plumber's video camera to see what might be blocking the line.

You can also contact us for more suggestions.


Works great

- 07/28/2019

Great product, easy to use and does as advertised.

Great tool

- 07/27/2019

I had to clean out several pipes that were horizontal. They can be quite messy. The remedy for this is a 5inch x 5inch piece of inner tube. Poke a small hole in the middle of it, shove the nozzle thru the hole, then wad up a rag to the size of the pipe. Now you can shove the nozzle into the pipe while you block the exhaust with your "Rubber shield".

I had my wife operate the power washer handle from a safe distance, just saying ON-OFF. The Tool worked very well cleaning a pipe that comes from my kitchen. It was a 2 inch pipe that had an effective diameter of about a half inch. When I got done with the Clog Hog the pipe was draining properly. If you already have a pressure washer this is an inexpensive and awesome tool to own. A Lifetime tool.


Awesome product!!!

- 07/19/2019

I ordered the 50' Clog Hog for my gas powered pressure washer to unclog a Laundry Room/Kitchen drain. I had tried my small 25' snake attached to my drill, a larger power snake I rented and they just couldn't open the line. After about 15 minutes with the Clog Hog pressure washing out the line the problem was solved. I had called a Brand name "Rooter" company and they were going to charge me $800 just to come out and run a camera down the drain to pin point the damage, repairing was additional to that.
Thanks Clog Hog for a great working product.


Great Drain Cleaner

- 07/13/2019

I use my Needle Nose drain cleaner as a maintenance cleaner. I have not had opportunity to see how it works with an actual clog, but I suspect it will clear it out. It pulls itself along drains effortlessly.

Excellent product, excellent performance

- 07/09/2019

I hooked the 50' hose up to a craftsman 2.8 gpm 2800 psi unit.

Powerful results both in cleaning and forward jetting. Great to find that some products out there are a surprise on the upside.

Highly recommend.


Clog Hog

- 06/14/2019

What an easy tool to use. Watched the video on your web site and cleaning the under drain pipes was easy. Took a lot less time then I thought when I started the project. Thanks Clog Hog. Fit perfectly to my power washer.

Excellent Tool for every Handyman

- 01/21/2019

My wash machine drain slows to a crawl at least once every year. I usually pay a plumber about $100 every year to snake the drain clear of the buildup. This year I decided to give this tool a try.

The Clog Hog tool matched the PSI, GPM output and hose connection of my pressure washer perfectly. The tool entered the drain with very little effort and managed to extend the entire 50ft of the hose length. As a bonus I proactively cleared my bath and kitchen drains with ease. This tool has already paid for itself.


A no-brainer

- 01/17/2019

Way better than just shoving the klog through. This cleans the inside of the pipe so it doesn't get backed up again in the first place

Great Product

- 01/10/2019

I just jetted most of my drain lines with the Clog Hog. It worked flawlessly, even in the 1.5 inch drains. Well worth the money and high quality.

Good Quality Hose and head

- 12/31/2018

Hose made from good quality material and was able to snake it through 1 1/2 pipe leading to exterior dry well. Had an issue with nozzle clogging but I suspect my well water sediment contributed to that. So far I am happy with the results. My dry well previously clogged by washer machine lint. I installed a washer machine lint filter in my home to prevent future build up.

100% GREAT...!!!!

- 12/30/2018

Excellent Product... Just as the Ad... simple and Easy to use..... and the best it performs es it says ...!!!!

Great Tool

- 12/28/2018

I use it to clean my sewer lines. Works great with a standard pressure washer.

Clog hog 50ft hose and nozzle

- 12/27/2018

Worked exactly as advertised
We unclogged all of our septic leach field pipes that were clogged with small palm tree roots.
Followed the instructional video online. Very pleased with the results!


Works Great

- 12/06/2018

Very powerful, durable, operates as described, good value.

Saved Time and Money

- 12/04/2018

The Clog Hog really works. After spending a considerable amount of time and effort with a sewer snake, we tried the Clog Hog. It cleared not only the clog, but also pushed out quite a bit of build up. We had one clog on a rental house where we were looking at busting the slab to get to the clog. The Clog Hog cleared it.

Amazing Tool

- 12/04/2018

Purchased this tool after getting a quote from my plumber on how much they charge to Jet clean my drain. Figured if it worked it would more than pay for itself in one use. The first time I used it it seemed to blow out the clog pretty quickly and the drains seemed to work fine. However my drain clogged up again in 2 days.

I decided to try it again but this time I ran the hose as far as it would go in then I ran the hose up and down the pipe several times to really give it a chance for it to work and clean out the drain. This time it worked like a champ, it cleared the pipe completely. 2 months later my pipes are still flowing freely.

I highly recommend this product it does exactly what it says it does. I just recommend running the tool up and down your pipes several times to really clear it. I'm very happy with this purchase.


Saved me $300

- 12/01/2018

Last time I had my kitchen line hydrojetted it cost me $300. Just used the clog hog and it worked great. Planning on doing it every 6 months as preventive maintenance

50' residential hose

- 11/24/2018

Unfortunately it didn't do what I needed it to. At anything more than 2-3 feet the hose was too flimsy to further down the line where the elbows were. Also it always got stuck in the bathtub trap, all in all I had to cut the pipes out and do it the hard way. Regardless though the clog was at the cast iron main and it wasn't able to punch through that anyway. The residential hose is probably better off for simple stuff but nothing that requires you to snake it at any distance.

Response from Clog Hog:
Jake, thank you for your review. It's usually impossible to pass a sewer jetter directly through the drain opening at the bottom of a bathtub. As noted on our How Do I Unclog a Bathtub tips page, you'd need to carefully remove the overflow plate, taking care not to damage any attached stopper and linkage as you pull them out, and then feed the drain cleaner through the exposed drain opening behind.

Because older bathtub linkages can sometimes be difficult to remove and reassemble, it's often much easier to insert the sewer jetter into a different clogged drain opening in the same bathroom, such as the opening under the sink that's exposed when you remove the trap.

If the bathroom has a separate tiled shower that's also clogged, removing the shower drain cover and feeding the drain cleaner through that opening is often the easiest approach since there's a minimum of preparation and cleanup needed when feeding the sewer jetter into a tiled shower floor drain.

Please contact us if you'd like further suggestions to help you complete this project.


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