Just to add some fun to this conversation, I'll tell you guys a true story that happened to me and some buddies in high school. We all worked at a popular Mexican food restaurant at Six Flags Over Texas and often had issues with clogged floor drains. One of the guys there (he'd been working there through high school and now most of college) had a friend who made a device that allowed us to connect a water hose to the outlet on a CO2 tank from the drink machine. When we had a clog, we would remove the grate on the drain, push the hose in until we hit the clog, then pack rags around the hose at the drain inlet and open the gas bottle to blow out the clog. One evening we did this and it took a LOT of hose to reach the clog, then we gave it a blast of CO2. What we didn't know (being brilliant 17 year old's at the time) was the "clog" we had hit was actually inside the grease trap in the dishwasher room. Blew the lid right off the grease trap and covered everything (walls, ceilings, equipment, et al) with rancid grease. Finally had to fill the dishwasher with hot soapy water, remove the drain pipe extension under the machine and drain it into the floor, then use mops to scrub down the room. Never made that mistake again!
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