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Old 08-08-2010, 10:15 PM   #1 
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Question what's a good algae scrubber for a marina 'goldfish kit' tank?

I've been looking for a magnetic algae scrubber for my marina tank, but I can't find one. There were a few marina ones at the store that seemed good, but when I read the packaging, they all said they were for glass tanks only. Does anyone know if the Fluval Edge scrubber is any good for acrylic? It didn't say anything about what type of tank it was good for. That's the only one I could find that looked like it could fit into the corners of the marina tank. The one at Wal-Mart is too square.
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I have one of these that worked pretty awesome. It's my VT's old arch nemesis too.
http://www.petsmart.com/product/inde...id=body_rv_txt
When click on type it will say glass or acrylic, I'm sure if you searched around more you could find a cheaper no name brand. :)
I also have this squeegee/scrubber on a long handle thing that does a better job with corners I bought at pestmart a long time ago.
Although, If I need to move stuff around I usually use my hands as they work the best. :)
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