my very own set of rods

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Blocked drainKevin the Canadian wonder plumber stopped by.   Some people have implied that my unreserved praise of Kevin  may not be motivated by plumming necessities.    Heres a summary of our November rendezvous at The Wendy House:

1) 2 weeks ago to fix the hot water hose on my washing machine.

2) 1 week ago to fix the leaking bathroom sink plughole pipe.

3) this week to unblock the bathroom drain.

After unblocking the drain Kevin gave me, for free, his spare set of rods and tuition on how to unblock the drain myself.   Awesome,   with Kevins thoughtful tution I am gradually learning the basics of how to look after my home.   Kevins outstanding full service cost less than the basic call-out charge of any of the online drainage services.

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5 bits of lovely banter on “my very own set of rods”

  1. Scarlet writes:

    I have my own rods. And I know how to use them…
    Sx

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  2. Nicky writes:

    Kevin gave you his rod?!

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  3. Kevin writes:

    So now you’ll have to find some plumbing incident that can be easily engineered but not fixed by rods?

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  4. stephen king writes:

    If I ever need a set of ‘Rods’ I know who to come to!

    Do you need a set of ‘Clamps’?

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  5. Graham writes:

    Not only handy for plumbing emergancys thay also come in handy when you run out of lovable scamps in victorian dress to stuff up the chimbly, an esentlial chore for the house proud, pre santas visit.

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