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Re: Glass vs. plastic was re: Coustom tanks -Reply
It depends on the type of tank. Aquarium Pharm. makes pads for cleaning glass as
well as plastic or acrylic tanks. Also, there are abrasive polishes that you can
buy to buff out scratches.
George Slusarczuk wrote:
> Hello Bill,
> My main objection to plastic tanks (although I use them) is that they
> scratch easily. One can not just rub off algae -- one has to use
> something like Chlorox to "dissolve" them or risk scratching the tank.
> P.S. I would be interested in your plans for a killie setup. Right now I
> am contemplating rebuilding my "fish-basement".
> William Vannerson wrote:
> > >>10 gallons for 10-12 bucks are hard to beat.<<
> > What are folks opinion on building a rack of killie tanks using glass vs.
> > plastic tanks? I know that plastic is easier to plumb, but yaside from that
> > what other factors are there to consider?
> > Bill Vannerson
> > http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/william_vannerson