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Old 01-17-2005, 04:20 PM   #1
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Chemi-clean

Is Chemi-clean the same thing as Red Slime remover?

Just wondering.

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Chemi-Clean does remove cyno, or red slime. Is "red slime remover" an actual product name?
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Yep.

http://www.marinedepot.com/md_viewIt...Product=UL1311

Marine depot's logo looks very much like your avatar.
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I guess this answers my own question. Duh.

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I have used Chemi-clean with great results to get rid of cyno. Remember that chemicals of this nature are only helpful of clearing up what is in the tank. It is important to figure out what is causing the outbreak in order to eliminate it. If you don't, it will just come back.
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I have Red Slime Remover and have used it with good results, I was just wondering if Chemi-Clean was any better, and/or if it helps with anything other than cyano, like hair algae.
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