An easy solution for blocked outdoor drainage pipes

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When it rains, do you get a lot of water sitting around for days on end without drying up? Have you got channels of stagnant water around the edges of your property? These are some pretty good signs that your drain pipes have been clogged up with sediment. Replacing these can be costly, and take a significant amount of time to replace by yourself.

 

There is a solution to this! You can protect your pipes from sand particles , clay and silt by simply applying a filter fabric over your punctured pipes. What is Filter fabric you ask? Well, simply put, it is a circular knitted synthetic filter fabric.

 

Applying the sleeve to your pipe really couldn’t be more easy, with just three steps you have added years of life to your pipes!

Step 1

Slide the preload over top of one end of the pipe, pull back some of the sleeve and tie a knot in the fabric to prevent it from slipping off.

Step 2

Using some string or rope, tie the end of your pipe to a solid object such a post, that way when you slide the sleeve over the pipe, it doesn’t drag along with you.

Step 3

Slide the preload all the way along the pipe until you reach the end. Ta-da – your FilterSleeve™ has now been applied! Too easy!

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Interested in saving time and money on your subsoil drainage? Take a look at our solution – FilterSleeve.

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