I m planning on cleaning my whole hose today, especially the concrete floor around my tank. Will using "Lysol all purpose cleaner" be safe to use diluted in water to mop the floor?
not really helping tim unless your giving some away!! (hint hint... wink wink.)Tim224DT said:I have seen some use Windex and from what i can tell is they put a little on the towel before wiping the glass. They dont spray it on the glass. And only use a little on the towel.
I have been using a Coralife Glass cleaner that you get from the LFS or any online fish store like www.marinedepot.com I got a bunch of this stuff for free and have been using it since and like it alot.
I use ammonia free glass cleaner, but I am very careful.leveldrummer said:what is the best way to clean glass, since you brought it up? i usually use a towel or so to scrub it down till its nearly polished... any other ways that might be easier on my wimpy muscles?
I never thought of that - good idea- but it would be expensive for me because i have no ro/ di unitsskeety said:RO/DI water works GREAT! No impurities, so it leaves NO streaks!!
(Same concept behind Mr. Clean's car wash thingie.)
I use RO/DI water to clean everything...windows...mirrors...cars...etc. Dries and doesn't leave spots/streaks!
So have I. So why is it bad exactly? It's not like the fish doesn't produce ammonia themselves. I'm not pouring a shot of Windex in the tank or anything nor have I noticed anything close up or float to the surface and die. I don't get it.Wiskey said:I still clean the glass of my tank with windex, every tank, always have.