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I haven’t clean a glass tank in couple of year since my current tank is acrylic. Is this still good? Will it scratch the glass? Is used and not straight.

also, what’s the best trick to clean inside and outside of the tank?

Regular towel with water and vinegar for outside?

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Definitely don't use on acrylic, it'll scratch if you look at it wrong. Melamine foam(what the plain magic erasers are made of) is great for inside acrylic and glass.
 
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Definitely don't use on acrylic, it'll scratch if you look at it wrong. Melamine foam(what the plain magic erasers are made of) is great for inside acrylic and glass.
I was wondering if it was ok with the glass tank. Yeah, I use magic erasers for my acrylic tank. I have clean the glass tank a couple of times with magic eraser and found that it’s not that clean.
 
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and are they stop making these? Looks like it’s a petco brand and I can’t find any blade replacements anymore

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You will need white scrubby surface which is acrylic safe. Best magnets will be shark or hammerhead and for thicker tanks - Mighty Magnets
 
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I was wondering if it was ok with the glass tank. Yeah, I use magic erasers for my acrylic tank. I have clean the glass tank a couple of times with magic eraser and found that it’s not that clean.
It probably would work on a glass tank. Pretty much any razor edge works fine. I have a really old one that takes utility knife blades. I always just used windex on the outside.
 
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You will need white scrubby surface which is acrylic safe. Best magnets will be shark or hammerhead and for thicker tanks - Mighty Magnets
I got those flippers and mag float, but will not be using them, too worry a grain of sand will ruin the fun.
 
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It probably would work on a glass tank. Pretty much any razor edge works fine. I have a really old one that takes utility knife blades. I always just used windex on the outside.
Prob going to order this replacement and should fit. Just afraid that if the edge is straight will cause a scratch

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