Benefits of Using Free Flow Sheets
Your central vacuum system is a major built-in appliance with long pipe runs that would be very difficult to replace if damaged. It is essential to take care of them even if they have never been serviced. The average home has over 1000 feet of pipe throughout the walls, attic, basement, and soffits. Free Flow is the quick and powerful way to keep your system clean and maintained.
What Do Free Flow Sheets Actually Do?
When suctioned through the hose end according to the directions, Free Flow Sheets clear the inside of the hose and pipes as they travel to the vacuum unit. Their volume and speed force larger objects such as pens, batteries, match box cars, rocks, hair-fuzz balls, jewelry, and sticks to the main vacuum unit. Free Flow Sheets are the perfect balance of density and moisture. As they travel they are also wiping the surfaces. The powerfully pleasant scent leaves the entire system smelling clean and fresh including the exhaust of the main unit because the sheets simply remains there.
Do they ever clog your pipes?
If your system is developing a tough clog, this product should push it all through, but there is a chance it could get stopped up even more. However, that may not be a bad thing as sometimes clogging the pipe can help the vacuum build pressure to force the difficult mess through. If it can't push it through then the clog was bound to be a problem anyhow, yet we have methods in our trouble shooting guide for resolving it.
First quarter 2015 the product was changed from Tornado Power Maintenance Cloths to Free Flow Maintenance Sheets. They are essentially the same product.
Actual items forced out of a single system using Free Flow Maintenance Sheets.