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Old 03-07-2012, 08:56 AM   #1
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Majano

I have majano on my rock I bought from cl. I tryed using boiling water with a syringe and had no success. I seen online that using vinager in a syringe will kill them. Any one know if this works or is it safe? Also the lfs told me to take the rock out put it in a bucket with salt water and let the temp drop 20+degrees then they should just shake off. I have them on almost all my rock and hope there is a easier way to get rid if these. Any other suggestions please post.

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