Cleaning up cloudy glass How Do I

Discussion in 'Cleaning and Maintenance' started by goldiegirl, Apr 8, 2010.

  1. goldiegirlValued MemberMember

    I got a used aquarium for my daughter to start her fancy goldfish tank. Anyway, it was cheap because one side (a short side) is foggy or cloudy looking, but it's only cosmetic. The past owner had no idea what caused this problem. I've read that CLR or Limeaway may help, but won't that harm the fish? Does anyone know what causes this in the first place? It's not algae, as some people have suggested. It's that the glass itself is cloudy, even when there's no water in the tank. Thanks for any advice!
  2. Goldwing_DonWell Known MemberMember

    it,s hard water, Vinager "should" remove it if you rub hard enought.
  3. Morgan111Well Known MemberMember

    vinegar or a razorblade held flat against the glass.... watch the silicone in the corners dont hit that when scraping.

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