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Landscape Drain Clogged

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I have a landscape drain in my backyard that is clogged and causing my backyard to puddle up pretty bad during any decent rain. The drain is essentially a shallow catch basin with a small (maybe 1") pipe running out of it. I have cleaned out the catch basin but the main drain pipe is clogged- what is the best way to clear this line?
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Yes, you can go with the drain snake or else try out the dish detergents to clear the clog in the pipe. You can also try out the various chemical used to clear the clog. If all these things don't work for you, professionals like drain repairs NJ is there for your help. You can also consult some local contractor from your area to get this issue solved. Hope this can help you out.
Mainly there are 3 types of chemical drain cleaners:
1. Caustic drain cleaners which contain substances such as lye and caustic potash.
2. Oxidizing drain cleaners which contain substances such as household bleach, peroxides, and nitrates.
3. Acid drain cleaners which are sold to some plumbers only.
Other than this you can use hydrogen peroxide too.
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