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Old 01-20-2006, 04:15 PM   #11
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Front glass daily back and sides every few weeks.

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Front and sides several times a week. I leave the back alone.


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Originally Posted by spinman
My mag float seems to take care of the buildup. I hit the glass about once a week.

If your magfloat is taking it off then its not likely coraline. My mag wont touch it. Has to be scraped.

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