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|12-07-2012 09:11 PM|
Originally Posted by Rob in Puyallup View Post
|12-07-2012 09:03 PM|
|Rob in Puyallup||
Originally Posted by laqu View Post
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|12-07-2012 08:47 PM|
|laqu||may i say 'i love you' ... that magnet thing SUCKS... it's to big (i have SMALL) tanks ... this is great!!!!!|
|12-05-2012 01:35 PM|
to clean glass screens in lights, or acrylic. use a "soft" or "light" claybar made for automotive and a sliht soapy solution. will get rid of all ur deposit issues.
come back with a carnuba wax and it'll be easier to clean in the future
|12-04-2012 10:37 PM|
Originally Posted by secuono View Post
|12-04-2012 10:33 PM|
|chunkychun||Wow! I tried the Magic eraser after reading your post and WoW! I never had so much fun clean my tank. It was just so much easier. die algae die!|
|12-04-2012 10:01 PM|
|Shangrila||Yeah, those magic erasers are something else! I use those for everything. I'm not sure if they are from this earth because they are just to simple to use.|
|12-04-2012 08:54 PM|
Originally Posted by Seattle_Aquarist View Post
use hydroloric acid on the versa top, it will look mint condition after that.
|12-04-2012 05:44 PM|
I use clean paper towel folded into fourth's on inside glass each week (doesn't allow build up) if cleaned each week.
Use same on outside glass with glass cleaner (not on inside).
Stopped using algae magnet's when I went to sand substrate's (too easy for sand to get into magnet type scrubber's.
May give the Mr. clean block's a try, they sure don't clean crap in kitchen or bath.
|12-04-2012 05:23 PM|
Originally Posted by stevenjohn21 View Post
|12-04-2012 05:14 PM|
Originally Posted by james1542 View Post
|12-04-2012 04:57 PM|
|james1542||If these are just micro sponges, then wouldn't they be amazing filter media? How fast do they break down when left in water? I have heard the tale of them leaving pieces behind.|
|12-04-2012 04:31 PM|
I'm not saying you can't or shouldn't, but micro abrasive sponges like these break down during use leaving behind small micro pieces of foam.
I would be hesitant to use these in an aquarium. I use them in other hobbies that I have so I do know that they do in fact break down.
Again, just my opinion, but I'd be reluctant to use them in an aquarium that is setup and working with fish, shrimp, and other animals in it.
|12-02-2012 06:50 PM|
|Soothing Shrimp||Thanks for sharing this info!|
|12-02-2012 04:33 PM|
I've used them before also, no idea they'd be safe to use inside of a running tank though, nice!
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