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Old 01-09-2012, 04:35 PM   #1
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Never having to clean glass ????

Im new here and just wondering . I have a 25g reef aquarium and i have 2 fish in there and i never have to clean off the glass of algae , is that good ? bad ?
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Good. How old is the tank?
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May get an algae bloom, still a pretty young tank.
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I usually never have to clean the glass on the inside of my tank. My pleco and swordtails eat any algae that might grow on the sides of the tank glass. But then again it is a freshwater tank.
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just went thru a pretty bad algae bloom at 2 months old , thank homer thats done with
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It's probably because your light is situated in such a way that it doesn't hit the glass at all.
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