Purchasing a sewer crawler is a big investment but maintaining one can also be just as expensive if you ignore regular cleaning and maintenance. We’ve all been there; after a long day of work, you just don’t have the energy left to give your crawler the full, owner’s manual-approved cleaning. You reel in your cable, wipe down the crawler and stow it away. It’s not a problem the first time you do it, or even the second time. The problem is when it becomes a habit. Then sewer muck starts rotting away seals, and the crawler stops pressurizing. Now you’ve got operators sitting on their hands when they need to be working.