Glass Cleaners and Algae Scrapers: What's the best?

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Do you own a magnetized algae cleaning glass tool?

  • YES

    Votes: 690 92.1%
  • NO

    Votes: 52 6.9%
  • Other (please explain)

    Votes: 7 0.9%

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Chessmanmark

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I got a Piranha for a Christmas. I started in this hobby in 2003 and this is the best I ever used. The front glass has never been cleaner. The blade gets the coraline off the bottom and silicone edges of the front glass like a pro. The pad gets off algae growing in scratches. I’m so excited to see a clean full frontal for once.
 

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6" scraper handle angled
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Box of stainless blades, last forever just about. Price? $30 bucks with handle.

Plus side of this is, I have never scratched the glass with a scraper. If you get a tiny peice of sand or rock in those magnet scrapers/scrubbers, it's scratch city on the glass. The magnet scraper I have is now a home for copepods, lol.
 
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BRS

So what do you think about running carbon as a filter for your aquariums?

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