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little bit of vinegar water solution usually does the trick for me if u let it soak a bit.

Do I just we it down with the solution and let it sit? Do I need to scrap it with a razor blade

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You'll need to scrape it, but it probably won't even need to be as sharp as a razor blade. Something along the lines of a old credit card will usually do the trick. Something flexible like that will scratch the tank less.

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You'll need to scrape it, but it probably won't even need to be as sharp as a razor blade. Something along the lines of a old credit card will usually do the trick. Something flexible like that will scratch the tank less.

Thanks I am going to give it a try. If it does not work you can't see it very much when it is full of water. But I really hope it works!

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Sounds more like hard water stains to me. You'd be able to see dried Coraline just as easily as live Coraline. The only difference would be in the color.

 

I use Muratic acid to remove hard water stains. It's harsh. You'd need rubber gloves and would have to do it outside. However, it works. I works fast, too.

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I inherited such tanks with my store, about six dozen or more.

If ya got to get crazy with chemicals then go for it.

But I'll tell ya, a new razor blade or two in the right hands does the trick fine.

I am always one for using less chemicals, especially if ya don't need 'em.

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