1/2" to 1 1/2" (12.6 to 40 mm) Drain Lines

Features

  • For light-duty cleaning.
  • Comfortable hand grip eases effort.
  • Equipped with 1⁄4" x 25' (6.3 mm x 7.6 m) MAXCORE® cable with straight auger.
  • Two-way AUTOFEED control keeps hands and work area clean.

Catalog Number Model No. Description Diameter Length Weight
in. mm ft. m lb. kg
41348 Kwik-Spin  Hand Spinner with C-1IC Bulb Auger Cable  1/4  6.3  25  7.6  3.5  1.6  Buy Now
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Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 17 reviewers.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by Drain cleaner/clearer Saw this item in Home Depot. Recommended by a plumbing savvy fellow customer. He was right! It worked great to clear the clog and for the price, much cheaper than calling a plumber. Now we have it for the future. Only drawback is there rewind feature is not that good, but you can feed the snake back into the chamber by hand. Recommend this product. June 29, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by The best Wow it didn't even took me 10 minutes, the best I've ever used May 30, 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by Bought mine today It was easy to get all 25 yards into the drain pipe behind the bathroom sink but getting it back out is a problem. I removed the PVC pipes from the sink itself and went straight into the wall. I've done this before but with a different auger. Last time, I pulled out a large clump of hair and the drain worked fine for about a year afterwards. Right now - I am in a quandary because the Ridgid is fully extended into the pipe and appears to be snagged on something and I can't get it back out. Any suggestions that ANYONE might have would be appreciated as it's New Year's Eve and I am now unlikely to be able to get a plumber here before Monday... December 31, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Well built and thought out design Well built and thought out design of a snake for the home drains. Durable enough and feed design is a double feed design in my opinion. You have the spiral action and the forward feed of pushing the cable into the pipe as you rotate the handle. The bearings add support and forward thrust. Like all snakes made of metal the waste material and water cause a rust reaction on the snake very quickly. But spraying ahead of time with WD-40 gave a seal and repellant for the water. I believe this has found a home with my tool selections and will be used again in the future. Good product in my opinion. Home owner and over 40 years in design of machinery and development so my dollars or spent on items which make the grade. November 4, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Gets stuck and is unusable for my tub I purchased this product to unclog my shower/bathtub drain, which has been running very, very slowly (the water builds up quickly and takes 5-10 minutes to drain after the water has been turned off). I can't extend the cable more than about 5 inches into the drain before it just stops moving. The pipe curves, and I guess the cable isn't able to follow the curve of the pipe. I haven't been able to remove any of the clog at all. (If anyone has any advice, I'd appreciate it.) July 6, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by not the best Almost impossible to hold turn and feed with one person January 26, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great value Great tool for the money. I recently started buying ridgid tools, I have not been disatointed yet. January 18, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Performed reasonably well to accomplish goal. Although I did not accomplish the total goal I was hoping for, the device did effect a reasonable improvement in water flow after I used it on my sink drain. I have also poured an enzymatic solution down the drain as an adjunct to the procedure of the Kwik Spin. Hopefully, this will bring about the drainage flow I am expecting. January 18, 2015
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Hi, after using this and it is wet, any recommendations as far as drying it before storing it. Will it rust?
2 years, 7 months ago
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Sure it will rust when put in water the first time given the materials. But a coating of sprayed on WD-40 will seal and stop this if done before the first use, and helps stop rust of the snake. Plus this makes clean up much more simple. Oil and water do not mix, so the waste material rinses of before storage. Some times the simple answer is just simple.
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I used an old dish towel to wipe it off as I rolled it up. I have had no rust problems
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I have not attempted any specific procedure for drying it, but it would seem logical that if you extend the "snake" to its full length, spray if off with water, and allow it to air dry, it should be fine to store it without fear of rusting. If you put it up wet with the drain residue still on it, you can expect it to rust, I would think. I am not sure of the material that the snake is made, perhaps it is treated in some way to resist rust (i.e., aluminum alloy or galvanized.)
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We do recommend in the operating instructions that teh cable and drum should be rinsed and let to air dry before storage to help prevent rusting. If you have any further questions please contact our Technical Support Department at 888-743-4333.

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