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Old 03-23-2005, 11:41 PM   #1
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Moving tank tomorrow. have ? about feather duster.

I have a feather duster that is attached(suctioned) to the bottom of my tank. When i move it can i just leave it there. will it be ok out of water for like an hour or so? or is there a way to get it off the tank? THanks
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Old 03-24-2005, 01:43 AM   #2
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An hour out of the water is too long. JMO. You can remove it with a glass scraper.
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thanks i thought that was to long out of the water too, but i didn't know how to get it to let go of the glass without hurting it.
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How big is it? You could just leave a little bit of water in it couldn't you?
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i got it to let go on its on with a convincing! i moved the tank last night and everything is fine i'm so happy to have it at my house now instead of my mom's. i can sit in my own living rom and enjoy it!
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