Acrylic Aquarium Algae Scrapers: Acrylic Safe Mag-Float

Magnetic Aquarium Fish Tank Glass Algae Glass Cleaner Scrubber Floating Clean Brush-mini
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Yes. I let the scrubber sit in a separate bowl of my fish water for about two weeks. I then tested the water quality to see if it changed. It didn't. Now, it has been about two and a half weeks since it has been sitting in my fish tank and my fish are doing great. No signs my fish are affected by the scrubber. However, I really like your idea of aquarium silicone. I was hesitant to get some due to it's high price and availability. It costs more for a small tube than a magnetic scrubber itself!! I will update my tutorial with that idea.
Jasonwell Magnetic Aquarium Fish Tank Glass Algae Glass Cleaner Scrubber Floating Clean Brush(S)
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Simply insert the magnetic scrubber into the aquarium and drag the magnetic handle alongside the outside of the aquarium to make the scrubber follow on the interior. is also really convenient because it features a floating scrubber that when it is not attracted by the magnet on the outside will float to the surface of the water so that it does not have to be manually retrieved from the bottom of the fish tank. ADA Magnetic Aquarium Brush Fish Tank Glass Cleaner Scrubber Floating Cleaning Brush (16CM20CM)
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Sometimes it can be difficult to clean the insides of containers like vases and fish tanks. Many flower vases have an opening that is too narrow to fit your hand through and a shape that makes it inconvenient to use a brush. With a fish tank, you often have to drain the tank in order to clean the glass. Both of these problems can easily be solved with a simple magnetic scrubber. All you have to do is embed a strong magnet inside a sponge or other scrubbing tool. Then you can guide it with another magnet on the outside and clean even the most difficult to reach places.Aside from the just being plain entertaining to use this tool and watch as the scrub brush on the inside of the aquarium follows the path of the handle on the outside of the tank, it makes for some very efficient and easy access cleaning. Being that you really never take out the scrub brush part from the inside of the tank, anytime you walk by the betta fish tank, you feel compelled to grab a hold of the little scrub brush and do some quick cleaning, if for no other reason than you want to just play with this magnetic scrubby thing.Of all the gizmos and gadgets available to the betta fish enthusiast, the one little “toy” that still somehow fascinates me to this day is the little magnetic aquarium scrubber. I don’t know what it is about me and these little cleaning tools but, I just think they’re freaking awesome! And is actually really good thing to, because the more fascinated with these little scrubbers I am, the cleaner my betta fish tank is!The one unique feature about this betta aquarium glass cleaner is that this particular make and model incorporates the wonderful feature of “flotation” in their design. As I said before, there are many of these kind of magnetic scrub brushes for fish tanks on the market, many of them don’t float if dropped. That can always pose a problem if not just a simple inconvenience. As the two devices are held together by magnets, if you were to separate the two pieces too far apart, the one on the inside of the aquarium would fall to the bottom. Not in these. If you separate these two scrubbers too far apart, the one on the inside of the aquarium will simply float to the surface so you can easily set it back in place without having to stick your hand all the way into the bottom of the tank to retrieve the fallen fish tank scrubber. Without having to gone to that hassle so many times, you may not really understand how convenient that is. I really have no idea why it took the aquarium industry so long to have the brilliant idea to incorporate flotation into these devices. All I know is that I am really glad that somebody finally did!