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Cleaning 1-1/2" tub drain line
I have a section of 1-1/2" drain line running from a tub to 4" cast iron drain stack. The 1-1/2" line can't be removed or replaced. However, I do have access to clean it, if I could figure out how. It is reduced in diameter by about 50% by soap scum, accumulation, etc.
Is there a tool that would allow me to reach into the 1-1/2" line and pull out/scrape the interior accumulation? If so, any makes and models would be appreciated. My sense is that such a device would attach to the end of a fiber glass or steel rod.