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When I first set up my 29g tank it was a hand-me-down and left-to-dry - totally GROSS. I set it up in the back yard and left it to soak in vinegar and water for a little while before I started. . .I was AMAZED at how quickly vinegar and water took it off. If it's a glass tank, you might need a little bit of elbow grease and a scrubby pad or algae blade, but mine was super yuggy, and it came off really easily! Good luck - and don't forget to rinse until the cows come home!
Originally Posted by Chesherca View Post
The majority of the gunk is not on the glass and not even in the tank, its in the rest of the equipment like the top of the lighting and a little on the filter and heater.
It should be too much work once I soak it for a bit. I get to do that in about 1 hour :)
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