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Old 03-26-2011, 11:04 PM   #11
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OP: Sorry for the off topic posts, but it's going back on topic now. I can't really help with your issue, but others will help and I wish you luck.

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Bettababe my tank is saltwater I don't know what happened with the pleco thing.
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Bettababe my tank is saltwater I don't know what happened with the pleco thing.
It was a misunderstanding. The person who first posted about it didn't see saltwater, they had been on different websites for a while, etc. I was just trying to help get the thread back on topic for you.

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It was a misunderstanding. The person who first posted about it didn't see saltwater, they had been on different websites for a while, etc. I was just trying to help get the thread back on topic for you.

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Get a magfloat and clean it daily... doesn't take long. I have also heard using a magic eraser seems to keep it from growing back as quickly
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