|DKRST ||11-19-2011 05:47 PM |
How to clean green spot algae on Acrylic?
What is the fastest and best no-scratch way to clean green spot algae off an acrylic tank? I made the mistake of not doing a wipe-down on my acrylic tank for two weeks. Now, it's taking forever to scrub the green spot algae off using a soft washcloth!
Any better way that does not risk scratches? I read the "Member Submitted Article" regarding cleaning acrylic. I like the idea of using an an old credit card and I have a mag-float I us in another tank, but I'm seriously worried the mag-float will scratch the acrylic.
|MinaMinaMina ||11-19-2011 06:08 PM |
I have employed two very effective methods... a sponge that's made especially for acrylic, and a Nerite snail. The former sits in complete disuse since I got the latter. :-D
|MinaMinaMina ||11-19-2011 06:10 PM |
P.S. I def don't trust magnetic cleaners. One little grain of sand or something and the acrylic is done for.
|DKRST ||11-20-2011 09:18 AM |
Tried the credit card scraper idea, worked well. Used my white library card, helped me find the algae spots!
|MinaMinaMina ||11-20-2011 02:26 PM |
Glad ya found something that works! And I'll keep that in mind for future ref!
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