02-11-2010, 03:07 PM
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Originally Posted by Angel079
With the "right" cleaner you can get any acrylic cloudy
Do you have a glass tank there that the housekeeper nicked up? What kinda power steel vacuum is that gal using in your house!?
I don't know that she nicked it with the vaccuum, i'm just trying to figure out what goes back and forth through that area every day. Maybe have been something else or one of the kids. I just want to make sure that whatever I get for my larger tank is sturdy and safe.
Further, I live in earthquake town over here so if we have an especially wobbly one, who knows...but if it was strong enough to knock down a 300 lb. tank, I'd have more to worry about than a broken tank I believe.
Longevity matters, too so if the acrylics are bound to get cloudy over time, then glass it it.