Wouldn't that weaken the acrylic overtime, especially with bowing?i use the micro-surface sanding pads to get scratches and haze off. i'm currently using them to get some mag-float & gravel scratches out of a 180g that is wet. instead of scraping algae, i use the sanding pads. it gets the green off and gives a new surface.
Hey! I removed the black plastic when I was trying to clean it out, and I also thought...gee, that looks so much better! So I guess I'll follow your lead and leave it off.Boz, YES! That is me! Blacksunshine also has the same tank.
I actually removed the black plastic trim on the top AND bottom, it looks so much nicer :hihi:
I used this stuff on the 3G I mentioned, I will be putting the ADF's in it :flick:
If all you have is "swirly haze", this will definately work for you!!!!!
Just remember to work it' , like I said above...
I've used a sponge pad with a sandpaper backing on it to clean tanks, but they have been GLASS tanks, never acrylic!!! They work very good on glass!
ahahaha:hihi:Hey! I removed the black plastic when I was trying to clean it out, and I also thought...gee, that looks so much better! So I guess I'll follow your lead and leave it off.
The product should be here tomorrow, so I'm looking forward to trying it out. I did notice that I have a few deep scratches, but only like three, so nothing radical, but I'll be happy if it takes out the haze. So I should mostly use product # 1 and 2?
And yes, I'll *sings* "Work it baby!" :hihi: