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i used vinegar and hot water..... that helped out a lot........ im not sure if vinegar is good for the fish or the aquarium though
 

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never tried vinager but just washing them with water dosent work ive tryed so hard to do that and dont work

is vinager bad for the fish dose anyone know??

i gotta get these clean there gross!!!!
 

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I got my tank from a friend and it looked almost as bad as yours does. I used a new dishwashing scrubber thing, kinda green. I used hot water and just scrubbed it all away, looks good as new now.
 

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Scrub in hot-warm water.. easy as that!!
 

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I use a scrubbie and baking soda. Works wondas
 

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Baking soda does not hurt. Hell i even throw a teaspoon or two in to help with smells.
 

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Yeah, Or pour directly on.
 

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RhomZilla said:
Scrub in hot-warm water.. easy as that!!
dang were the hell did you have that hood at?????

as al recommanded... and if there crust build up..soak in warm water for a few hours..
 

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wow quite dirty, They do have aquarium cleaners you could try at the lfs's. If that doesn't work you can use a household heavyduty glass cleaner and once you get it off make sure you get all the formula off and soak it in water and it shoudl be fine, atleast I think this will work.
 
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